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Promo referenced in Steve Pigott's article "Creating a Topical Paradise"...
Promo referenced in Steve Pigott's article "Creating a Topical Paradise" https://rapmag.com/a/138-05/aug05/2580-creating-a-topical-paradise
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Promo referenced in Steve Pigott's article "Creating a Topical Paradise"...
Promo referenced in Steve Pigott's article "Creating a Topical Paradise" https://rapmag.com/a/138-05/aug05/2580-creating-a-topical-paradise
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Promo referenced in Steve Pigott's article "Creating a Topical Paradise"...
Promo referenced in Steve Pigott's article "Creating a Topical Paradise" https://rapmag.com/a/138-05/aug05/2580-creating-a-topical-paradise
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Promo referenced in Steve Pigott's article "Creating a Topical Paradise"...
Promo referenced in Steve Pigott's article "Creating a Topical Paradise" https://rapmag.com/a/138-05/aug05/2580-creating-a-topical-paradise
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This is a promo by Dave Foxx as referenced in his May 2020 Production 512 article.
I'm very proud of this promo I've produced. Special shoutout to Zeus for the amazing vocals. I think we did the...
I'm very proud of this promo I've produced. Special shoutout to Zeus for the amazing vocals. I think we did the Rolling Stones proud with this one. Enjoy!
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We’ve all heard about the Freshman 15? Well, here’s a promo we can all relate to.
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While we are inundated with all COVID, all the time...what about listening to some songs that took our mind off of...
While we are inundated with all COVID, all the time...what about listening to some songs that took our mind off of this pandemic?
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(with all due respects to Red Sox Fans) This promo I put together a while back shows when you don't always go...
(with all due respects to Red Sox Fans) This promo I put together a while back shows when you don't always go "imaging friendly" perpetrating a promo, it can be just as risque and "in your face" as any other sports promo--as long as you can craft the bit accordingly. Even when you have to change the order of things for maximum impact.
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So your sports talk dude's perpetrated a bit. But do they know how to CRAFT a bit. The pay off of the punch line is...
So your sports talk dude's perpetrated a bit. But do they know how to CRAFT a bit. The pay off of the punch line is crucial-just like waiting on the punch line to a joke. If it disappoints, you might not want to listen to that jokester again. N/A for most "imaging friendly" promos because there's no time for set up. And without it, the punchline means nothing. But if you craft that bit as your promo, listeners are more likely to appreciate being drawn in when the punch line's finally delivered.
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We've all done it. Before we got into this industry, we stood in front of a mirror and pretended to be on the radio....
We've all done it. Before we got into this industry, we stood in front of a mirror and pretended to be on the radio. It probably sounded like this...
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Our student run radio station plays all genres of music. This is a promo telling our campus audience that "we deliver".
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Our student run radio station plays all formats (to give our students exposure to all demos). SO they created this...
Our student run radio station plays all formats (to give our students exposure to all demos). SO they created this Halloween themed promo to let our audience know, we play everything!
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Self deprecating bits are normally worth a chuckle. Especially when they're done on the fly. Gives relatability to...
Self deprecating bits are normally worth a chuckle. Especially when they're done on the fly. Gives relatability to the on air talent. But in many instances it takes time to develop. Bad if you want a quick hitting "imaging friendly" promo. But to let the bit unfold and expose all the host's foibles, the end product can be well worth the effort.
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Strippers. Now THERE'S a subject that'll grab the attention of most testosterone driven members of your talk show...
Strippers. Now THERE'S a subject that'll grab the attention of most testosterone driven members of your talk show audience. And use it as part of a sports take? All the better. "Imaging friendly" promo fodder? Probably. But when you give listeners a slice of the show rather than a circumcised fragment or two, it encapsulates what listeners might hear when they tune in to listen long form. Even short attention span junkies just might lend an ear to this type of presentation
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