Developing, recording and distributing a successful podcast
Podcasts are continuing to explode in popularity across multiple platforms. They are a great way to build interest in a certain topic or company as they are also a great way of sending a message to your audience. In this practical course for individuals or small teams, we go through every aspect of podcast design, recording, editing and distribution.
We host these webinars via video call on Zoom so participants can see us, hear us and take part by using their webcams, audio only or text. We will step through every important choice and choose the best option for your podcast, including:
- Defining the purpose, audience and tone
- Who is the host? Who are the guests?
- Format: episode structure and designing a script template to quickly build every episode
- The right equipment: microphones and recording solutions for in-person or remote records
- How to treat a room to get good sound, permanently or temporarily
- Editing software options and building an edit template
- Sourcing royalty free music
- Choosing a hosting provider to suit your budget (or for free!)
- Getting your podcast on all the major distribution platforms
By the end you’ll have learnt how to create a podcast series, how to use the equipment involved (tailored to your specific project or idea), how to creat a script template for a series and how to sign up for the services you need. Once you’ve started, you just need to keep your templates fed with topics and guests. You’ll get course material PDFs and shopping links to the equipment we’ve decided on together.
Choose which dates suit you best
We frequently host this webinar as private sessions for 1-to-1 training or for bespoke group such as University classes or businesses. If you are interested send enquiry through contact us or email us at: email@example.com
Our podcasting experience
The sessions are hosted by Carl Homer, Director of Cambridge TV. Carl is an experienced audio specialist, producer, camera operator and editor. He's worked on productions for the BBC, Channel 4, Sky, etc and has worked with some big names in the industry.
Some of his recent work includes Blue Peter (BBC), Grand Designs (Ch4), Vicky McClure: My Dementia Choir (BBC), Find My Past (Lion Television), The Gunpowder Plotters and Churchill's First World War (BBC) and Portrait Artist of the Year & Sky Movies specials (Sky).
Carl is also a producer of 7 different podcast series. Here's a sample of his work: