The biggest myth about podcast interviews are that they are the “easy” way to do things. Here’s everything you need to know.
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One of the many hats I wear is producing Radio Drama Revival. Frequently, host David Rheinstrom interviews guests about the medium, their process and interesting details about their lives. As a producer for the podcast and a number of show of my own, I have a number of tools for working worldwide with guests and cast
By Jay Connor If you run an interview-based podcast, the single biggest challenge you’ll face is securing guests for your show, especially during its infancy. Since it’s a process that can be equally stressful and arduous, it’s important to be as consistent as you are strategic in how you go about securing your guests. As
By Melissa Brinks Interviews are my favorite part of podcasting, but they’re also some of the hardest to organize. Between scheduling issues, hardware malfunctions, and post-production problems, interviews can be a real nightmare for a podcast producer. Organization and preparation are the key to a good interview, but knowing what to organize is the hard