Podcasting

Podcast Planning Resources

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One of the fascinating ways the media have utilised the internet is through digital storytelling. There are images, videos and audio at just about every webpage that you visit.

Apart from opening storytelling to a whole lot more voices that capture audiences, these relatively new avenues have afforded creative crafting of stories in endlessly diverse ways.

This course takes care of the technical issues that may overwhelm a podcaster or an aspiring podcaster, so they may not experience a paralysis that stifles their stories and creativity. Podcasting caters for the beginner as well as the the podcaster with intermediate skills who wants to think around new ways of brainstorming concepts, improving recording and mixing and finding ways of building an audience.

This course covers the following elements of podcasting:

  1. Introduction to Podcasting
  2. Podcast Concept Development
  3. Structuring Your Episodes
  4. Interviewing for Podcasts
  5. Recording Quality Content
  6. Mixing/Editing the Podcast
  7. Launching and Promoting the Podcast
  8. Building the Audience

 

1
Introduction to Podcasting

What's a podcast?

Who can produce podcasts?

What do they need to have to set up?


2
Introduction to Podcasting Quiz
5 questions
3
Developing Concepts for Podcasts

Developing a theme.

Coming up with seasons.

Brainstorming.

Researching.

4
Hyperlocality
5
Interviewing for Podcasts I
6
Interviewing for Podcasts II – The Technique
7
Interviews Quiz
5 questions
8
Recording Quality Sound

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