run a listener driven podcast

How to Run a Listener-Driven Podcast

By Justin Christensen For many aspiring podcasters, running a listener-driven podcast sounds like a dream. No struggle to find good material, no lengthy prep process before each episode, just a constant stream of questions and content provided by your adoring fan base. It sounds too good to be true, but for a well-known podcast with

run a listener driven podcast

How to Run a Listener-Driven Podcast

By Justin Christensen For many aspiring podcasters, running a listener-driven podcast sounds like a dream. No struggle to find good material, no lengthy prep process before each episode, just a constant stream of questions and content provided by your adoring fan base. It sounds too good to be true, but for a well-known podcast with

What I Learned About Podcasting From Radio

What I Learned About Podcasting From Radio

People need to listen to your content, otherwise, what’s the point, right? You may not think of examining podcasting to radio. But this is a really big question for me, coming from the radio industry, since we live or die on advertising income. There are unlimited ideas on how to market your audio, so I’m

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Podcasting for the Blind & Partially Sighted

Launching and running a podcast can have its challenges, and there are many reasons why people might be held back in the medium. Having low or no vision is certainly a big challenge, but it’s one that can be overcome all the same. This is a case study of two podcasters who’ve figured out the

Getting Kids into Podcasting

Getting Kids into Podcasting

By Eileen Anipare The children in Year 5 at St Mark’s Primary School in Mitcham love podcasting! It all started when the school invited an award-winning, non-profit, social enterprise called Enabling Enterprise to visit. The whole school had a week of various projects assigned to appropriate age groups with the aim to equip the children with