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Television and Radio are perhaps the two biggest draws to any given year, which is why these two are usually the first things you think of when considering new television programming for the upcoming year. But just because these are the two biggest draws doesn’t mean that you can’t have a little fun with them during the year. Take the top two finishers in major awards shows like the Emmys and Oscars, for example. During the summertime, the number of viewers watching both the Grammys and the Academy Awards grow by leaps and bounds as more people tune into the television networks. Then in September and October, once the awards show season is over, the audiences for the major national TV and radio shows drop dramatically.
If you’re looking to inject some life into your television programming, consider bringing in a little bit of humor from both television networks and the radio stations. In early 21st century sitcoms, there are plenty of funny moments that can be included into your programming – after all, isn’t that what television is all about? If you’re looking to give your audience something to laugh about in between the serious and romantic stories that make up the dramas of the year, then you may want to consider including a few comic sequences into your TV & Radio show. Even if your show is not primarily intended as a comedy, it can still benefit from a few laughs here and there.
Finally, consider trying something a little different. Take a look at how you can take advantage of one of the most powerful assets in modern society – the internet. The internet has given us many ways to communicate with each other, and more television stations and radio stations are finding that this format works well for them as well. Instead of holding an open house on a Saturday night, for example, you can host an internet-based “blog fest” instead. Thousands of people can watch your webcast and you can give away details and teasers about your new program or current events. Many of these types of online public broadcasting service programs are aired on the Internet on Saturdays.