Each week Brady Farkas talks to the people behind the scenes that make some of the biggest shows on radio run.
Conner Burks is the go-to guy for Ariel Helwani. He never stops working to grow not just the MMA Hour, but also his own piece of the sports media pie.
Greg Bergman is a busy guy around ESPN Los Angeles. He talks to Brady Farkas about producing the station's iconic midday show while also serving as the APD.
Zac Blobner is a big reason behind the success of Ronnie & TKras on WDAE. In today's episode, he talks about the sports hierarchy in Tampa and how shows deal with teams being great in sports the market doesn't have a die-hard passion for.
Cam Rogers is more than a producer. He makes sure every single host at the Bleav Network has what they need to succeed, whether that means audio, a guest, or even exposure.
Greg Toohey makes things go behind the scenes at The Herd. He talks about working with a star like Colin Cowherd and how to make a show sound as great on the radio as it looks on TV.
Big Baby Dave has his hands in everything for Jomboy Media. He joins Brady Farkas to talk about how he brings a unique sound to each show he works with.
How do you go from Jerry Springer to ESPN Radio? It is the journey Nuno Teixeira made. Mike Greenberg's radio right hand shares what he learned working in two very different environments.
Jackson Safon has produced for a number of high profile digital networks. Now, as a freelancer, The Volume has put its faith in him to get the most out of Draymond Green and CC Sabathia and Ryan Ruocco trust him to make R2C2 sound its best.
Shane Riordan will be the first to admit that he doesn't know everything about sports, but he knows how to entertain. That is what makes him so valuable to Parkins & Spiegel on 670 The Score.
Declan Goff has seen his job change and evolve as he has risen the ranks at Skor North. That is why he believes every producer should work each day to diversify their skill set.
Great episode this week as Andrew Williams of SiriusXM talks about managing inexperienced talent and the process of working with shows remotely.
Steve Ceruti followed Ryen Russillo from a daily radio show to a podcasting career. How do the two worlds differ? He explained in this episode.
Brady talks to Ben Charleston who produces Mutt at Night on WEEI and the Boston Red Sox Radio Network.
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