Are you a radio personality who would like to “hit the ground running” every time you begin a new show?
Dan O'Day presents
|ouldn't it be nice if every time you began your radio program, your audience was fully engaged, amused, and energized from your very first words?
Even the best radio personalities have one moment in their show that is slower and less sure than the rest:
For a track star, the first steps off the starting block determine the success of the race.
If you're a talented professional, once you “hit your stride” everything is fine. Those first few words of the show are your starting block.
How would you like a fast & funny Show Open to begin your next show?
How about for your next 900 shows?
Comedy Show Opens gives you 900 fast, funny ways to begin your show.
Most run just 5 to 10 seconds.
Some are longer.
All poke gentle fun at yourself, the wonderful world of radio, or Life In General.
Hello, I'm ED JOCK — living proof that you, too, can become a big, successful radio star with just a little luck, a lot of hard work, and a kindly old aunt who owns a radio station!
And now here he is — a guy who believes that success is for people who don't have the guts to live a life of constant failure and humiliation . . . .
Hello, I'm (ED JOCK), and I'm delighted to be here. Sure, it was a long, hard battle getting where I am today . . . . But finally I made it by feinting to my left and then squeezing through the studio door when the boss was off balance.
Before we go any further, I'd like to remind you that if you'd like to have a complete written transcript of today's show, simply write down everything I say.
Hello and welcome to the (ED JOCK) Program. If you tuned in by accident, I'm sorry but it's too late to change stations. The Federal Communications Commission requires me to warn you that changing stations during the next four hours may result in severe tire damage to your radio.
And now here he is — the man whom radio critics across the country have unanimously described as “the guy who does (mornings) at (KKED) . . . .”
Hello, I'm (ED JOCK). You know, years ago when I first started out in radio, everyone told me I was wasting my time. They said I'd never be a success in the field I had chosen for my life's work. That just made me more determined. I worked 16 hours a day, seven days a week, always struggling to improve . . . . And after (12) years of hard work I don't feel I'm boasting when I sit here today and say to all those skeptics, “I think you're right.”
And now here he is — a man whose talent is exceeded only by everyone else's . . . .
Almost all can be delivered with a single voice (yours or an “announcer's”).
Hello and welcome to the (ED JOCK) Radio Program — the show that nine out of ten doctors recommend to their patients who are so indecisive that they have to ask their doctors what radio programs to listen to.
The program you are about to hear, originally scheduled for this time period, will be heard as scheduled due to a lack of unforeseen circumstances. (KKED) regrets any inconvenience this might cause the more sensitive members of its audience.
And now here he is — a man whose name will be on the lips of broadcast historians for as long as broadcast historians know how to swear . . . .
For those of you who tuned in expecting a well-paced, professionally conceived and executed program of radio entertainment, we now pause for ten seconds while you lower your expectations.
The program you are about to hear has been rated “Brilliant, Exciting, and Inspirational” by the National Association of People Who Will Praise Any Radio Program If You Pay Them Enough.
And now here he is — Disc jockey, Official Junior Detective, and this year's winner of the Listerine Foundation's Most Improved Breath Award . . . .
The following program has been rated a perfect "10" by the National Association of People Who Rate Things On A Scale Of From One To Fifty Billion.
The following program was made possible by funds provided by the National Endowment for the Arts — but please don't tell them that, because they think we're using the money to produce an opera.
If you use one a day, five days a week, it'll be approximately 3.6 years before you repeat a line! So what are you waiting for?
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