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Bryan Farrish provides free articles about radio interview promotion (i.e., "radio publicity"), and they are available for reading and printing here:

1. Why Radio Interviews?
2. Which Radio Stations to Choose?
3. Picking the Proper Format, part 1 of 2
4. Picking the Proper Format, part 2 of 2
5. Best Topics for Radio
6. How to Practice for Radio Interviews
7. Paid Benefits of Free Interviews
8. Why Repeated Phone Calls Are Necessary
9. Why The Topic Does Not Matter
10. Why Smaller Stations Can Be Better
11. Dayparts
12. Investors, part 1
13. Investors, part 2
14. Scheduling
15. Components of a Good Radio Interview, part 1
16. Components of a Good Radio Interview, part 2
17. Different Types of Station Contact
18. Announcing Your Contact Info
19. How To Use Trade Publications
20. Getting Your Own Show, part 1
21. Getting Your Own Show, part 2
22. Getting Your Own Show, part 3
23. Controversy
24. Radio Referrals to Press, Speaking Engagements, and Retail
25. Why You Leave A Message
26. The Importance of a Toll Free Order Number
27. Building Your Sales List, Using Radio Interviews
28. Radio Interviews For Fiction
29. Comparing The Number Of Interviews To Listeners
30. Using Radio To Get Speaking Or Consulting Engagements
31. Why You Got Zero Sales from your Interviews
32. Specifics About Getting Speaking Engagements From Radio
33. Getting Telephone Coaching Clients From Radio Interviews
34. Getting Radio Interviews in the U.S. for Indie Films, part 1 of 3
35. Getting Radio Interviews in the U.S. for Indie Films, part 2 of 3
36. Getting Radio Interviews in the U.S. for Indie Films, part 3 of 3
37. Contact Announcements
38. Radio Compared To YouTube and Facebook: The Counter



"Bryan Farrish Radio Promotion has great clients; Everybody they refer to me is always top notch." -- Mark Crowley, On Air Host, KNUS Denver, Colorado


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In the area of publicity, Bryan Farrish Radio Promotion focuses on obtaining radio interviews for you. But, for clients that are already on board, he will step them through other areas of their marketing that he is not being paid for. Thus if you are a client, you may get (if you wish) advice on your interview kit, retail marketing, sales, traditional press, syndication (broker and barter), your website, and other areas. This advice applies especially to your interview kit, where you may have to be stepped through the design and construction of it long before you can actually begin your interview promotion.

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