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    The Intersection Of Podcasting And Teaching

    Podcasts can be effective teaching tools for students of all ages. I have consistently used podcasts as part of my higher education curriculum and...

    Program Associate Nora O’Neill on the WUFT Student Podcast Challenge

    The inaugural WUFT Student Podcast Challenge, spearheaded by the Summer Media Institute at the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications, is in...

    Podcast Makeover: Talking ‘Shop

    While radio broadcasters are routinely critiqued and coached by their program directors in aircheck sessions, podcasters usually don't have the same opportunity to get...

    Studio Ochenta’s Originals: More with Lory Martinez

    When I recently spoke to Lory Martinez, she called from Paris, the home of Studio Ochenta. Last Friday’s article on Mija podcast depicts just...

    Mija Podcast: Lory Martinez on the Love of Language

    Lory Martinez, founder and CEO of Paris-based Studio Ochenta, is an inspiringly busy creator. Making audio stories in different languages is a clear calling...

    Podcasters, educators collaborate to bring their shows to the classroom

    A new school year is underway, and students from kindergarten through college seniors are settling into their routines. Increasingly, their classroom experiences are including...

    Why and When to Hire a Cultural Consultant for Your Podcast

    Don’t be demoralized reading this. Move forward with your eyes open not just to the world around you, but your own actions and decisions. And if you think, “Hey, maybe an expert opinion on this matter might help me out,” go out and hire a cultural consultant and talk to them. They’re storytellers, too, and you never know what the next story might bring.

    Questions for Brad Mielke, Host of ABC’s Start Here

      Brad Mielke, host of leading daily news podcast Start Here, is an ABC News correspondent based in New York. Start Here takes a straightforward...

    Starting a Podcast with Limited Tech Knowledge

    A client of mine called me up and swore that they were 100% sure they would never be able to podcast. They felt technology...

    How I Cut My Podcast Production Time in Half

    I had a podcast that I loved creating, but I felt like I needed to quit. Between kids and my regular job, the 10 to 20-hour production time per episode was severely weighing on me. I realized that I needed to study my category and audience to help guide me toward choosing an appropriate [narrative] pattern. By visualizing the data that I collected, I could actually see what was going on at a higher level. I’ve cut my production time in half because now I have clarity around the structure of my story and I’m not stressing about it.

    The Power of No Comparison: How to Build a Podcast Using Passion, Purpose and Partnerships – Patrice Washington

    The world of podcasting is unique. No one cares about your "As Seen On" accolades. They want you to educate, entertain, empower or provide some other benefit that makes the best use of their time. Building a podcast is your permission to be unapologetically you. The only problem is, when you're just getting started you can be tempted to conform to what's already been done.

    Podcast Makeover: Broadcasting Pros Critique Upcoming Podcasts – Panel

    It takes a lot of courage to have your podcast critiqued on stage by a panel of experts, but two podcasters are up to the challenge. This popular panel returns to Podcast Movement for the third year with must-see coaching tips from the best and the brightest.

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