Scott Woodside shares stories of his 30 years in radio and TV, sales, stationary business, and cemetery and funeral business. Totally unpredictable, amusing, sketchy, and hard to believe. Hoping these stories will help mold your life and career and entertain the hell out of you!
Out of the blue at Dinner I'm offered the co-host slot on Entertainment Tonight! I'm sure something similar has happened to you. Right? Listen and you'll know what I mean!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Well I thought I'd share this little story and the background of how I managed to have a short part time stint at WSB/Cox in Atlanta. Wait till you hear where the interview took place!
South of the Border is located right on the North Carolina/South Carolina border. Way down on my luck between radio jobs, I sold glamour shots all over the southeast. Nothing that I'm really proud about sharing. You won't see it on my resume but its on my resume of life's learned lessons.
In my later years I've become a top sales leader throughout North America. What's my secret? experiences and how they relate ...
In this episode I start off by saying that its shorter than part 1. well it ended up being longer and I hope you like it as much as I enjoyed talking about the subject. This one covers a monster truck remote, a goodyear blimp remote, An encounter with Richard Simmons, the New Coke, and bad news from a pissed off beer distributor about something we said on the air on Q107 in Washington Elliott and Woodside. Enjoy--- This episode...
Why in the hell would we actually do a live morning show remote at a person's home and babysit their kids? Why would we collect live insects on the air and give away a prize for that? And why would we ever be so stupid to do a four hour morning show from the top of the Washington Monument in the fog? Listen and learn.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Listen to how easy it is to get in a movie! If I did it so can you! Shooting a movie while doing a morning show ain't that easy but lots of fun!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In 1978 I put together a UFO special to run every morning on WPGC radio in Washington DC. It worked and must of hit a nerve. Woodside gets a visit from the FBI AND MORE!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In life you you do what you have to do to feed your family. In this story you'll hear how sometimes you just have to swallow your pride. Pick yourself up by your bootstraps and keep going. From a stellar radio career to selling glamour portraits on the road throughout south Georgia in mom and pop two seater hair salons. Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, Mississippi.
I was doing newscasts the afternoon Elvis Died. UPI wire services sent the news as a FLASH which is higher priority than a bulletin, and it was! Listen to Scott Woodside stumble through the beginning of the recording. You'll hear the wrong age given because UPI sent us the news via teletype with the wrong age. Everyone in the world was giving the wrong age because that's what we were fed. Listen to tributes from Capricorn r...
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Never ask someone about something unless you can handle the answer. Tony Tennille wanted to know what I thought about the song Muskrat Love. She had to ask.
Scott Woodside tells even more stories on Andy Griffith, Charlie Daniels, Martin Mull, Steve Martin, Yakov Smirnoff
Buddy Ebsen, Charlton Heston, Jim Varney and more! More crazy stories about these people woodside interviewed.
Stories about interviewing the following: Spuds McKenzie, Ellen DeGeneres, Billy Krystal, Charlton Heston, Buddy Rich, Howie Mandel, Buddy Ebsen, Jay Leno, Ed O'neal, Jim Varney.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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Mara Davis is well known throughout media circles in the Atlanta area. With years of experience on radio and TV, Mara brings her wit and observations as we discuss all kinds of stuff. Mara and I worked together back in the 90's on Atlanta's Z93 Radio. I'm excited to tell you that she's my first interview guest and she graciously agreed to spend an hour with me on my podcast. First guest as I start out on my podcast ...
Jeff Foxworthy was a great guest, but the best thing of all is that he would fill in for my partner when he was on vacation. Foxworthy and Woodside. Unfortunately it all went south when he was never paid for his work.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Months after the Berlin wall came down and was cleaned up, Rock group Pink Floyd decided to do their Another Brick in the Wall concert right in the middle of where the wall used to be. We flew over and covered the entire event. More of a vacation than work! Got in trouble again.
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