Hi folks, and welcome to the last episode of this ‘Beginners Podcasting’ series.
My aim over the 10 episodes that make up this series is to give you the bones of Podcasting, enough that you can get started as quickly as possible. I hope you feel confident enough now to start scripting, recording and publishing, and starting your amazing Podcasting journey.
Today’s Subject: Video Podcasting
Today we’re talking video podcasting. Video podcasting is the slightly maligned little brother of classic audio podcasting, and that’s because, really, it only suits a small subset of Podcasting applications.
Audio Podcasting is so good because of it’s flexibility – you’re not tied down and you can listen while you’re out and about doing something. As soon as you add a video feed you’re taking away that flexibility, so you really need to have a good reason for doing so.
There are some good reasons though, and many of them revolve around teaching. Many types of teaching involve visual subjects, from physical hobbies to computer skills, and a video podcast can be a great way to get this info out to your fans.
There are other good reasons to video podcast too, so have a listen to today’s episode to find out.
I’ll also go into how to record your video Podcast, and you’ll find the software I mention in the episode listed below:
What’s Next for Podbites?
That’s the end of this series. You’ve now got the basic skills to podcast!
That’s not the end though – not by a long shot. The Podcast will continue and move on to more advanced topics, including Podcasting equipment, podcast promotion, interview skills, marketing, presenting skills, podcasting as a business and much, much more.
Please do keep listening and keep on giving me great feedback. Let me know what you want to hear about next – pop a comment in below or email me using the contact form here.
Thanks for listening to this first series, and I’ll see you on the next one very soon!
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