We love to talk about podcasting! Join ‘Professors’ Goetsch, Hopkins, and Papacosta at one of these live events, or listen to the recordings and view the slides from past conferences.
This full-day workshop takes you through everything you need to know to produce an audio podcast. You’ll get hands-on experience in recording, editing, and mixing audio, podcast file formats, setting up a podcast blog, and interacting with your listeners. Bring your laptop and headphones and let Podcast Asylum co-founder Sallie Goetsch show you how to avoid mistakes that drive listeners away or make podcasting more work for you.
Saturday, June 11, 2011
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
268 14th Street
Oakland, CA 94612
From Donna Papacosta’s Trafcom News website:
I’ve been using audio on the Web for about seven years, and podcasting since 2005. Along the way, I’ve managed to learn many techniques that have been helpful to me in my own podcasts and in the hundreds of podcasts I have produced for clients. And I’d like to help you too.
That’s why I’m offering a free webinar called “Take Your Podcast to the Next Level.” During this 30-minute Web-based seminar, we’ll talk about simple, practical things you can do to improve your podcast – from content to audio quality to search engine optimization (SEO). This free webinar will take place on Wednesday, June 1, 2011 at 2 p.m. Eastern time.
Please reserve your spot today. Send an email right now to register. Attendance is limited. By the way, all you need to attend is a computer (with speakers) and an Internet connection. And perhaps a comfy chair.
Bonus: All attendees get a copy of the newly revised Podcaster’s Checklist, a three-page document filled with tips to improve your podcast.
What’s a podcast and why should you care?
Before the year ends, would you like to check â€œlearn about podcastingâ€ off your to-do list? About a dozen communicators have already signed up for â€˜Professorâ€™ Donna Papacosta’s next free Webinar, Podcasting 101 for Communicators and Marketers, scheduled for 2 p.m. Eastern on December 5. Would you like to join them?
Hereâ€™s what one participant said after a recent session:
Thanks for a great webinar! You do a great job of sharing important information while still keeping everyone involved. I’ll be sure to recommend the webinar to anyone I know who’s curious about how podcasting can help their business. –John Watkis
In this 45-minute session, we cover what podcasting is all about; how to find podcasts relevant to your interests; how organizations are using audio for internal and external communications; and how to sell the idea to management.
I like to keep the number of attendees small so that people can ask questions. So if youâ€™re interested, sign up soon! To attend, all you need is a phone and an Internet connection. To register, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Did I mention that itâ€™s free?
Professor Goetsch got together with some of her favorite podcasters at the Podcast and New Media Expo in Ontario, CA, at the end of September, 2007. The photographer is Stefan Didak.
Are you wondering whatâ€™s involved in creating a podcast? Are you curious about the kinds of audio files your corporate communications colleagues are producing? Get answers to your questions at Donna Papacosta’s next free 45-minute Webinar: Podcasting 101 for Communicators and Marketers on June 19, 2007, at 2 p.m. EDT.In this fun, fast-paced session, weâ€™ll discuss:
You need just a computer, an Internet connection and a phone to attend, but you must register in advance. Send â€˜Professorâ€™ Papacosta an email to book your spot. Space is limited.
Free 45-minute Webinar: Podcasting 101 for Communicators and Marketers, March 20, 2007, 2 p.m. EST
Donna Papacosta explains what podcasting is all about; how to find podcasts relevant to your interests; how organizations are using audio for internal and external communications; how to sell the idea to management. You need just a computer and an Internet connection to attend, but you must register in advance. Send an email to book your spot.