“I’ve seen more people stretching the truth now in media than I’ve ever seen. To me, I’ve gone the other way. We used to need three sources. Today, it’s not right, it’s being first, and nobody pays the consequences any longer” – Dan Sileo
Dan Sileo has had a self-admitted bumpy road to his morning show gig at The Mighty 1090 in San Diego.
But the ratings speak for themselves.
The outspoken host has also been nothing short of successful on air on both coasts of the country and has learned from his very public mistakes.
Sileo joins us to talk about it all, including his extended teaching lesson from Rush Limbaugh, on this edition of The PASR.
INSIDE THIS EPISODE
- Gaining an introduction to broadcasting from Jim McKay
- What made him want to pursue a broadcasting career
- Being able to separate what can and can’t be said on the air
- The challenges of being misunderstood and labeled
- Learning valuable broadcasting lessons from Rush Limbaugh
- How he’d describe his show to someone who hasn’t heard it
- What he believes is important in conducting an interview
- Turning his radio show into a family love affair and business
- Why trust is critical in building and sustaining a successful team
- How identifying and profiling your audience can help you win
- Understanding why being unique is vital to connecting
- Knowing your strengths and weaknesses and how to use them both
- His takeaways from ESPN’s 30 For 30’s on the University of Miami
- What he would’ve done if he hadn’t pursued sports media work
FROM THE GUEST
- Dan’s Twitter handle: @DanSileoShow
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