8 Tips on How to Write a Radio Script

"Should I script my radio shows?"

I'd say yes because:

a) You will have more control over content.

b) You may forget what you planned to say.

c) You establish structure and maintain the flow.

d) You'll have the drive to research and rehearse.

Well, most of the spoken content on the radio is first written down.

So—let's delve into how to write great radio scripts:

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  • Hugues
  • Updated April 9, 2019

How to plan radio promotions (with examples)

Would it be awesome to create radio promotions & contests that go viral and draw many new listeners for your radio?

In this post, we talk about how to create successful radio promos.

I've included two brilliant radio promos you can learn from:

Have your ducks in a row and let’s go...

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  • Hugues
  • Updated February 14, 2019

Top 4 audio recording programs for your radio shows

Recently—we published a guide on radio automation programs (In case you missed it).

But, there was one thing glaringly missing from the programs we reviewed.

...most lack advanced audio recording or editing features.

Today, I’ll save you the trouble of looking for one—and show you some of the best audio recording and editing programs for your radio shows/podcasts.

So, let's dive straight in:

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  • Hugues
  • Updated February 14, 2019

Your Ultimate Guide to Radio Imaging in 2019

Pop quiz. Do you want to make your radio:

a) Instantly identifiable

b) Ear-catching

c) Insanely unique

Sonic branding, radio imaging, and sound design will do the trick.

Just a minute, these sound like big hard words.

No worries though. I've explained them.

And included loads of radio imaging examples you'll love listening to...

Let’s go: 

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  • Winston
  • Updated February 11, 2019
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