This year is the first annual Podcast Editors Conference, which is taking place the day before PodFest in Orlando, Friday March 6th. The conference, founded by Mark Deal and Steve Stewart, features single sessions around building your podcast business.
My talk will be focused on organizational systems and workflows for communication and podcast development with clients. Using systems like Trello, Dropbox Paper and more to automate systems, allows us to be more organized and support clients in more creative ways.
You can buy tickets by clicking on the image below.
It’s Friday and one week into NaPodPoMo! Which means we are going back to where we started: Content Friday! We’re building from last week’s concept and talking about brainstorming. I’m going to walk you through a short exercise using a white board and Trello.
This is Video Friday, so if you are a visual person, you can watch below. Stay tuned to the end for this week’s news about my upcoming Summits and Panels!
To catch up on more episodes, you can go to the Episodes Tab on the website!
Since not everyone can attend She Podcasts and not all podcasters have a budget to travel YET, I’m really excited that I’m part of the Podcasters Kit.
50 podcast leaders including myself.
Less than $40
You’ll get access to all the talks PLUS a ton of downloads.
I’ll be offering a link to a live version of my talk at She Podcasts Live on Content Development available only to Kit followers AND also including access to the slide deck of my years ongoing Podcast workshop with Portland’s Siren Nation.
Since I’m not giving the talk this year, this is the only place you can get this info this fall. It’s filled with an insane amount of content on creation, gear, hosts and more.
Pre registration is open now, click HERE or the photo below to sign up for registration reminders as we hit next week!
If you haven’t yet, be sure to follow me on Instagram and Facebook!
A couple years ago I applied for position doing audio for Iowa Public Radio. My family was stoked when I got the first interview. It was on a college campus a solid hour from the main freeways, much like the small town I grew up in, Fort Dodge.
I didn’t get the job and was torn. On one hand, I was not ready to leave the NW and go back to my home state. On the other hand, I loved producing audio and my mind was set on the process I’d assumed was the way people could work in podcast production: network positions.
Guess what, I was wrong.
Today, there is an entire growing industry around creating great audio for podcasts. Whether you are looking to hire someone, or want to get those skills in your own pocket, the fact is that the Podcast Boom is finally here.
How amazing is an era where you can use youtube for in-depth tutorials on sound issues, take an inexpensive workshop or join one of dozens of FB, Google, WeMe, or other communities that give whatever guidance you are curious about in minutes.
The podcast Boom is here. And after 4 years since releasing my first show, I’m here FT.
Are you in for the boom?
If you’re in the Portland Area, join in next week on Friday May 3, for the launch party including music by myself and a DJ set from DJ Pacemaker, 8 pm at the Barrio in the Portland Mercado.