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    Make Time for Audio

    Right now, there's a chance you're stuck at home with no idea what to do. It's a scary, stressful time for...

    Podcasting in Public: Navigating Critique of Your Show

    This article is the first in a three-part series. We'll be covering three topics: critique, feedback, and call-outs. We’ll discuss the...

    To Stay Sane and Focused, Be Your Own Listener

    In the months since going from working a day job to being a full-time writer and podcaster, I've gotten plenty of...

    Pro Storytelling Tip: The Plus/Minus System

    If things are always sunny in a story, listeners get numb to the happiness. If it’s always bad, they ache for...

    From Lost to Listeners: How Podcasting Saved My Life (and Business)

    It's no secret that there is a massive discrepancy between the number of cringeworthy shows (or the number of shows still trying...

    What Documentary Filmmaking Taught Me About Podcasting

    Like documentary filmmaking, podcasting is an exercise in creative problem solving. From honing the pitch of your series to boiling down...

    Advocacy in the Podcasting World

    Welcome to season four of Podcast Movement Sessions! This time around we're focusing on PM19's Society, Culture, and Advocacy track and for our season premier we're taking a look more specifically at how creators have turned to the podcasting medium as a means of advocating for societal change.

    ‘It’s About the Story, Now and Always': Christopher Goffard on Dirty John and Detective Trapp

    Los Angeles Times reporter Christopher Goffard did not have any podcast experience when he started working on Dirty John in 2017, but he didn’t...

    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...

    Delivered Daily: An Interview with David Locke, Founder of Locked On Podcast Network

    In the summer of 2016, David Locke, the radio voice of the Utah Jazz, founded the Locked On Podcast Network. What began as one...

    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...

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