Here’s the Recap:
In this Tysen Webb interview, this radio DJ with over 20 years of experience, demonstrates how you can find your calling early in life and work hard to make it a reality. He's a truly entertaining and very energetic personality, who's now taking his experience into the podcasting realm.
What We Covered:
- 02:30 – Thoughts on avoiding audience fatigue
- 04:20 – Working the cadence of your voice
- 06:15 – The only full time job he's had has been in radio
- 07:55 – The story of Tysen's start in radio
- 11:20 – How does one decide he want to be a radio DJ?
- 14:20 – Tysen shares somehing he previously hadn't shared
- 17:40 – Tysen's first shot is at radio is dashed
- 18:30 – A list of the radio station formats
- 20:05 – How the program director handles music requests
- 22:10 – Natural Selection – Do Anything
- 24:10 – The benefits of audio processing the radio show
- 28:10 – Tysen gets real world on-the-job training
- 32:25 – The training leads into voiceovers
- 36:20 – Tysen is working on a new product
- 37:30 – Podcasting was always in the radio station's mix and his first show
- 42:20 – Tysen's thought on the future of radio and podcasting
- 47:05 – What is the future of satellite radio?
- 48:30 – How podcasts are outdoing radio for programming
- 50:10 – Why is current programming so uninspired?
- 53:35 – What are the plans for Go For It Show!
- 57:15 – Time for Tysen to totally geek out on Star Wars
- Tysen on Twitter: @TysenWebb
- Podcast Innovations
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- Pat Flynn
- Apple Car Play
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