How To Succeed On The Air in Radio
If you're one of those back bench chirping radio people that yearns for the golden olden days, you're not going to like this interview. Ian Punnett is a modern day Renaissance man. He's been around the business for 4 decades, since he cut his first radio spot at age 9. Like most, Punnett moved around the country paying his dues, making it all the way to WGN in Chicago, where things didn't quite work out. Today, not only is Punnett a nationally syndicated host (he's the regular Sunday host of Coast to Coast AM), he's a successful children’s book author, an ordained pastor, a father of two sons and a husband of 27 years to his wife who happens to also be the co-host of his morning show. And after four decades in the business, Punnett still loves radio, he's happy and it shows.
Punnett calls his home base, Hubbard Radio's myTalk107, radio's best kept secret. The Minneapolis station's format is the first female leaning spoken word format. In our interview Punnett discusses his 40 year radio career, doing a successful morning show with his wife Margery, innovating, podcasting and how others can still succeed in this business. He says "make yourself impossible to be ignored."
LISTEN TO OUR INTERVIEW WITH IAN PUNNETT HERE
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