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Finding Your Frequency

Finding Your Frequency

Friday at 2 PM Pacific

November 18th 2016:ChapterSix: The Basic Structure of a Broadcast

It’s your show, so you have some flexibility in the way you want to present it! This week VoiceAmerica CEO Jeffrey Spenard and VP of Broadcast Operations Ryan Treasure discuss the structure of radio programs and ways to not only find your frequency but deliver the production elements to your audience. Topics this week include the definition and narrative required to structure your weekly broadcast such as “show clock”, “intros”, “outros”, “closers”, as well as managing “segments” and of course “advertising and sponsorships”. Jeff and Ryan will also discuss the dreaded “dead air” challenge witn

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Bonnie D. Graham

Bonnie D. Graham “found her frequency” in the 1990s, when she was bitten by the standup comedy bug in NYCity and decided to create, produce and host a cable TV show called “What’s So Funny?!?”. She was soon invited to produce and host a weekly radio show for WGBB - 1240AM, Long Island NY’s oldest AM station, and then created Read My Lips Radio online, interviewing new authors. By 2000, she had created three more cable TV series – all as a hobby [aka passion]! In 2010, she was hired as a Marketing Manager by SAP, the business software company, and pitched an idea to her manager for a “pure thought leadership” business radio roundtable format to bring business strategy and technology insights
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Randy Jackman

Randy was born in Oceanside, California and raised in Henderson, Nevada but now calls the Phoenix area his home. Randy has been in the media industry since 2007 And is the Production Manager for VoiceAmerica.com. Randy interacts with radio hosts for training, editing, audio connections and getting guests on the air. He loves playing sports and stays active with his longtime sweetheart and three children who mean the world to him.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2594/finding-your-frequency 13/12/2017 01:00 13/12/2017 02:00 Finding Your Frequency https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2594/finding-your-frequency It’s your show, so you have some flexibility in the way you want to present it! This week VoiceAmerica CEO Jeffrey Spenard and VP of Broadcast Operations Ryan Treasure discuss the structure of radio programs and ways to not only find your frequency but deliver the production elements to your audience. Topics this week include the definition and narrative required to structure your weekly broadcast such as “show clock”, “intros”, “outros”, “closers”, as well as managing “segments” and of course “advertising and sponsorships”. Jeff and Ryan will also discuss the dreaded “dead air” challenge witnessed by young and seasoned radio professionals throughout the industry. Take an hour this week and learn the lingo, structure, and how best to deliver your message once “Finding Your Frequency”! VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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