Jamie Perkins is a Web Developer and App Developer for his day job, and during his free time he is creating a podcasting app that is bringing something that many podcast fans and podcast creators feel is lacking in the space: social. With his app Tung.fm you can now write comments on podcast episodes, share with your friends, and see what your friends and people you follow are listening to.
Rob Rosenthal, host of HowSound and head of Transom.org’s Story Workshop, talks about how to find story ideas and what it takes to create a good story.
There’s a new show name and a new logo among so much more for the rebranding of Podcast Fiend! Learn about why Jeff did this, what you can do to help out, and what is coming next!
Many of the top podcasts are created using state of the art studios with high-end microphones and mixers and top-notch editors. But what if you could have all that technology as well? As it turns out, you can.
Chris Holifield is the host of I Am Salt Lake, an interview podcast dedicated to the culture, businesses, and interesting characters in Salt Lake City Utah. What is interesting about his show is how the “niche” isn’t a specific topic like movies or video games, it’s the geography of his guests.
David Bain is the host of Digital Marketing Radio, an entrepreneur, and this weeks guest. David shares some of the most common mistakes new podcasters make and explains how you can avoid them, and if you have already made the mistake, how to fix it.
Joe Berman and Mathew Passy are the two behind the growing newsletter all about Podcasting, Pod To Pod. The newsletter comes out every Tuesday with curated content covering all aspects of Podcasting, and has original content on their website as well.
Corey Coates is the Founder of Podfly and cohost of The Podcast Producers. Corey talks about his background in radio and broadcasting that led to him diving into podcasting and creating his production company Podfly. We dive into what work goes into Podfly and the work he and his team does for his clients.
Rob Walch, VP of Podcast Relations at Libsyn, had a great talk at Podcast Movement about the myths of podcasting, and he goes in depth on some of those myths in this episode. Along with myths, we talk about what makes a good podcast, and the questions you should ask yourself when making a podcast.
Dave Jackson is the founder of School of Podcasting, host of Ask the Podcast Coach, and co-host of Podcasters’ Roundtable, and his knowledge and reputation in the podcast industry bears little to no introduction.