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 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.
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.
Have you ever put SO MUCH time and energy into creating your podcast content that when it's time to promote you're absolutely exhausted? There's a lot more to creating a podcast than just recording and publishing an episode, and in this interactive workshop you'll learn how to set up systems so that once you hit publish, your systems take over and help IGNITE your promotion and growth!
Jordan Harbinger, once referred to as “The Miles Davis of podcasting,” and Chris Kelly, one of the mastermind’s behind ‘This Sounds Serious,’ the Castbox Original reshaping true crime, will reveal their valuable production secrets. Coming from two very different backgrounds, Jordan and Chris will change the way you think about creating a winning podcast.
Each week, Melissa Kirsch & Alice Bradley of Lifehacker's The Upgrade bring in all-star guests to tackle the stuff that matters—like how to be happy, how to buy a TV, how to be less bad with money and how to tell if you’re dating a psychopath. The show recently was featured in Apple's New Year, New You catalog and they are continuously growing to be one of Fusion Media Group's most popular podcasts. In this session, they are joined with their producer Levi Sharpe to have a candid discussion about what goes into making their hit podcast and the journey from writers to podcast hosts.
Reply All describes itself as “a show about the Internet,” but really it’s great storytelling about the condition of being human, from an online dominatrix with a penchant for prank calls to the guy who (regretfully) invented the pop-up ad. The podcast, from Gimlet Media, is hosted by PJ Vogt and Alex Goldman.