Each week Brady Farkas talks to the people behind the scenes that make some of the biggest shows on radio run.
One team all day long? That is what Radier Nation Radio does and D'Mon Cotton is the guy that keeps it sounding fresh.
San Diego is a baseball city. Ben and Woods are must-listen radio for Padres fans. Paul Reindl is tasked with making the show sound as good as it feels to be a part of.
Communication is the key to making McElroy and Cubelic run smoothly every morning. Damian Mitchell shares how he keeps a show running smoothly when everyone is in a different place so often.
How does Tim Cates find time to get it all done and have a life? One of the busiest men in radio chats with Brady this week.
When you're producing a sports show on a news/talk station, you better be ready to pivot if you have to. Michael Coover shares what he has learned during his time at KOA.
Jarrett Carlen explains why the easiest weeks for hosts aren't always the easiest for producers and why Bickley & Marotta is the perfect fit for his skill set.
Eddie Erickson talks about the importance of building a relationship, gaining your hosts' trust, and booking guests.
JP Hovey makes Bussin' With the Boys tick. It is his job to make sure the best moments of the show find the biggest audience.
We close out the year in producers with a conversation with Ashton Rotman, a guy who wears a lot of hats for Good Karma Brands in Milwaukee.
He went from sandwich artist to producer! Rob Brenton explains why Kansas City makes it easy to create great sports radio.
Billy Gil relives the show's exit from ESPN, talks about what he has learned about being part of the cast on a big show, and explains the value of being polite.
WFNZ listeners better know Anthony Pagnotta as Flounder. He explains how he got the name and why it is good to be the butt of the jokes sometimes.
Andrew Marsh of 101 ESPN in St. Louis details the unorthodox background that has helped him thrive in the producer's chair for The Fast Lane.
Keith Britton explains how to best serve a host that doesn't always want your help and why producing is the best path to management.
The Producers Podcast is filled with advice about humility, goal setting and Madden as 104.5 The Zone's Joe Hunk joins Brady Farkas.
Outkick 360 is a true multi-platform experience. That is why it takes a very skilled hand to keep it running. Davey Hudson explains how many plates are in the air on a given day to get the show to the audience.
Producing a team's RSN TV broadcast takes a unique skill set. AJ Speaks has those skills and puts them to use for the Miami Heat.
Al Dukes is one of New York's best known producers. He shares insight from his time all over the city, including being part of every phase of WFAN mornings in the post-Imus era.
Maura Dooley has had a front row seat to all the changes in morning drive for Seattle Sports 710. She talks about producing an established show that is still in transition this week.
When ESPN3 launched, so many schools and leagues suddenly became responsible for producing their own content. Jeremy Donovan is the guy that gets Binghamton University sports content to fans.
Forty six years ago, on a warm summer night in Melbourne, Susan Bartlett and Suzanne Armstrong were stabbed to death in their home in Easey Street, Collingwood. Suzanne's 16 month-old son was asleep in the cot at this time. The double homicide remains one of the most confronting cold cases.
How do the smartest marketers and business entrepreneurs cut through the noise? And how do they manage to do it again and again? It's a combination of math—the strategy and analytics—and magic, the creative spark. Join iHeartMedia Chairman and CEO Bob Pittman as he analyzes the Math and Magic of marketing—sitting down with today's most gifted disruptors and compelling storytellers.
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