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Talk Radio Hosting Advice?Views: 297
Sep 18, 2006 2:29 am re: re: re: re: re: Talk Radio Hosting Advice?

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901


Talkshoe.com is NOT "like the bridge lines we all use." The telecommunications equipment used by Talkshoe.com cost $10 million. It is the same equipment used by NASA. That is hardly "like the bridge lines we all use." What's important is that you can take advantage of the service without having to pay through the nose for something that could be a lot less effective - like traditional radio and Internet radio.

What is going to make your talk show credible? I would think it would be the content of the show - not how much you paid for the air time. If people think a show is cheap using the same state-of-the-art technology that NASA uses, those people are obviously not playing with a full deck. And, as I stated earlier, that is what Talkshoe.com delivers.

The success of your talk show is really up to you. At Talkshoe.com you are fortunate to have the ability to create your own show. You can host it "live" at a time that is convenient to your schedule - not a radio station's. Folks can call in and participate live or listen to the program after it has been recorded. This they can do at their convenience 24/7. All they have to do to listen is press a button. No software to download. No registration required. Yes, I do believe there are times when simple really is better.

Your show is automatically recorded, converted into a podcast and archived once completed. It is even added to the iTunes Music Store as a podcast. Want proof? Visit iTunes Music Store and do a search for "Power Networking," my talk show. In fact, you have numerous podcast options available at Talkshoe.com. Of course, if you want to use a local or Internet radio station and pay for your air time, solicit advertisers, etc. you are certainly free to do so. A lot of folks are doing just that. Maybe they think this Internet talkcast thing is a passing fad, like hula hoops (remember those?). But, the truth is, a lot of commercial radio stations with syndicated talk show hosts are using Talkshoe.com. Why? Because they want to expand their audience - and they see this service as a cost-effective way to do just that.

Lamar Morgan
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