Preparation of radio Show - Consistency

Here is another nugget of know-how to encourage him back to the basics of broadcasting. Today's tip Be prepared! Being in the air and be in the air have some similarities. The term flying by the seat of your pants is an expression of old aviation for the act of successfully fly and land a plane with no access to instrumentation functional and  or proper communication. Of course, some brave pilots fail to perform this trick, but can be a dangerous and terrible. Given the choice, most of the flyers who choose to have knowledge of where they are in the air and confirmation they are cleared to land safely. Speaker and why should you choose to fly by the seat of your pants, performing without any preparation and trusting your instincts and experience as a pilot flying blind You can take it out once or twice. But the easiest way to develop consistency is always well prepared. And that means preparing show.


When and how you prepare depends on you. Many personalities morning you mount your material last night, some early risers prefer to gather immediately before the function, while others begin to work on the morning program immediately after the signing today. There is no right or wrong, if it works for you and your team is legit. The methods used to prepare a program are also a matter of personal preference. In the information age today, using one or more Internet-based show preparation services seems to be the easiest way to take a shortcut. A subscription to a sample preparation service can provide both the basis on which to build your program as well as a safety net to fall back on when you are struggling to keep things. The key is to ensure that the sample preparation service you choose matches your strength in the air. There is no point in signing a piece of joke if the play does not come to you naturally. Similarly, a news clipping service is not of much use unless your program is oriented news and information. It's best to find a service that offers a wide variety of material that can be used in many ways. Fortunately, most sample preparation services offer the opportunity to test one or two weeks without charge.

As a pilot, many broadcasters as to run down a list of last minute before airing. You want to make sure all components are in place and the whole crew is on the same page. It ensures a concerted effort and, most times, a successful transmission. The same can not be said to fly by the seat of your pants.