I’ve been having fun answering questions about podcasting posed by students in my friend Joan Vinall-Cox’s Documentary Scripting class at the University of Toronto (Mississauga). In this 21-minute podcast, I answer some of those questions. Around the 14-minute mark, you will also hear some interesting comments about Trafcom News Podcast 101: How to be a terrific podcast guest.
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Here are the show notes:
[00:01] Intro and welcome
00:30 A few words about Podcamp Toronto
[01:35] Question: What should we do when we are stuck and not able to think of a podcast topic? How will we know if a topic will be of interest to an audience?
[03:53] Question: How do you pick a topic that’s interesting and that others will find interesting too? I’m scared it’s all been done.
[04:38] Question: How many podcasts should someone dedicate to the same topic in a sequence (series)?
[06:02] Question: Can you discuss the idea of having resolve and dedication while creating a podcast? Should you schedule podcast recordings?
[08:24] Question: Please talk about techniques to put more expression in your voice.
[10:20] Question: How long does it take to put a show together?
[12:00] Question: Please discuss making podcasts for clients; what’s involved? Would these podcasts be part of a client’s marketing strategy?
LINK: The Tweep in Profile podcast for Donovan Group Inc.
14:21 Interesting comments on Trafcom News Podcast 101: How to be a terrific podcast guest. Listen to commenters Petya Georgieva, Darren Clements, Will Norman, Melitsa
LINK: Three-part guide to podcasting from Telesperience (from Darren)
[20:01] Where to send comments: Email donna AT trafcom DOT com.
Theme music is “Beneath Your Surface” by the Elisabeth Lohninger Quartet from MusicAlley.