6 of the Best Ways To Prep For Your Show

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Paul Hollins of Blue Revolution talks about the 6 of the best ways to prep for your show, here is an excerpt.

(Published originally on August Blue Revolution Ezine)

We all know there are no hard and fast rules when it comes to prepping a radio show.

What may work for one DJ, may not work for another.

The kind of material you need depends on a number of variables:

  1. Your presenting style
  2. The format of the radio station
  3. The age of demographic that you are aiming for

Even if you use a prep service, you will still need to develop your own unique take on things and let your personality shine through.

That is why the way you prep is very subjective. One of the first things you’ll need to do is identify the kind of content you need to help you engage with your audience.

To find out more about the six of the best ways to prep for your show, download the free Blue Revolution E-Zine at www.bluerevolution.com/ezine.

Paul Hollins is the CEO of Blue Revolution. He is an award-winning presenter and producer.

His on-air broadcasting career includes many of UK’s most well-known stations including Key 103, BRMB, Capital FM, and London’s Heart 106.2.

In 1999, he became the first British presenter to fly to Los Angeles to host the internationally syndicated “World Chart Show” for Radio Express, Inc.

Since settling up Blue Revolution in 1999, Paul has helped grow the company into one of Europe’s largest providers of content for radio.

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