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How to Get Booked on a Radio Talk Show and What to do Next
By Scott Lorenz, President, Westwind Communications

An interview with nationally syndicated talk show host George Woods, offering great advice on how to get booked on radio talk shows as well as conducting a first class interview.

Today, book publicist Scott Lorenz, President of Westwind Communications is honored to have the pleasure of interviewing nationally syndicated talk show host George Woods. The topic, How to be an Outstanding Talk Radio Guest

Hello George thank you for participating in our interview. George, please tell our readers a little about your professional background.

I've been in radio for 25+ years hosting talk shows on KCMO in Kansas City and KTRS in St. Louis. I've got radio in my blood and I know a good story when I hear one. I've interviewed thousands of guests and have been the recipient of tens of thousands of pitches. So believe me when I tell you I know what makes an outstanding talk show guest and the pitch that gets my attention.

Why should an author work to get booked on talk radio?

Self-published writers, nationally-known writers, performers, salespeople, inventors, true believers

Scott Lorenz is President of Westwind Communications ( ), a public relations and marketing firm which specializes in marketing authors. His clients have been featured by Good Morning America, FOX & Friends, CNN, ABC Nightly News, ESPN, The New York Times, Nightline, TIME, PBS, NPR, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Washington Post, Family Circle, Woman's World, & Howard Stern to name a few. To discuss how Westwind Communications helps its clients get all the publicity they deserve and more visit or call 734-667-2090 or email

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