Great podcasts and talk shows with huge audiences exist in fields as diverse as true crime and professional wrestling. Awful podcasts also exist in all the same fields. What separates the great from the awful? I know.
Whether you’re a seasoned podcaster or talk host or stressing out about hosting your first show, there are tips, tools and techniques which can make you better – like these!
What makes me the right person to trust with the development of your show? Let me explain.
Are you ready to achieve a new level of excellence with your talk show or podcast (or start a podcast) by becoming the best host you can be? I am.
Chuck Oliver is one of the most successful local sports talk show hosts in America on 680 the Fan in Atlanta. He parlayed that success into his own regionally syndicated college football talk show, the “Chuck Oliver Show,” which can now be heard on over 40 stations around the South. You’ll also hear him podcasting weekly on the “Landry Football” podcast.
“I wouldn’t have the career I do today without Chadd. His expertise about what sounds ‘right’ and how to get there consistently, every day, has been invaluable. Every day when I prep for a show or podcast, every time the red light goes on, I rely on principles he taught me. I really don’t how to put a price on that.” – Chuck Oliver
Ken Coleman hosts “The Ken Coleman Show” and the top-rated “EntreLeadership Podcast.” Coleman is also a regular contributor and guest host on the nationally syndicated “Dave Ramsey Show.”
“Chadd Scott is a veteran producer whose ear is the only thing more impressive than his resume. He has produced the best so he knows what it takes to be the best. He coached me, pushed me and guided my development as a broadcaster. There is no one I would recommend more to teach the art of creating the framework and flow of a show, show preparation and show performance. If you want to be your best on air, you need Chadd Scott in your life.” – Ken Coleman
Anthony Wiggins is a talk show host on 1010XL Jax Sports radio in Jacksonville and host of the podcast, “Say it LOUD!”
“There has been no bigger impact on my career than Chadd Scott. Chadd has been a mentor, critic, and coach for both my work as a talk show host and podcaster. I can honestly say that without Chadd as my coach and mentor at 1010 XL, I would not be as valuable to the station and community as I am.” – Anthony Wiggins
John Kincade has hosted sports talk radio shows in Atlanta for almost 20 years and now hosts his own nationally syndicated show on CBS Sports Radio. He is also a co-host of “The Big Podcast with Shaq” starring Shaquille O’Neal.
“I’m thankful that early in my national sports talk show hosting career at ESPN I was able to work with Chadd Scott. He helped to focus me and my messages. He addressed issues in the planning process that helped me work more effectively. Most of all, he dialogues on how to make his ideas work well within my skill set. You can benefit too, believe me, I still use a lot of his tips today!” – John Kincade