Noise interferes with communication. And because podcasting is an act of communication, noise is a problem for podcasters. But sometimes noise can't be fixed with anything technical. It's a different kind of problem that needs a different kind of solution. …[Read More...] about 4 types of noise that disrupt communication (the non-technical problem all podcasters face)
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Writing About Podcasting
[UPDATED July 7, 2018 at 1:01 PM CDT] Thank you Jim Stovall and students at the University of Tennessee for listening to me talk about podcasting! This post includes some of what we discussed, with links to get you started. I'm always interested in exploring ideas, especially in the field …[Read More...] about Class notes: Media business and the future of journalism (JEM499)
How do you prepare for your podcast? Do you wing it? Jot down talking points? Or do you write and read from a script? In this article, I'll offer four reasons you might want to write your podcast before you record it. …[Read More...] about 4 reasons to write your podcast before you record it
"Content is king" is a myth Something else is of equal importance. Together they rule all media. Discover the power of what and how. …[Read More...] about Content is king! Actually, that’s not true.
The podcasting space is noisy with chatter about scaling the ranks of iTunes [Update: Now called Apple Podcasts] and converting CPMs into cash. Not that there's anything wrong with that, but failing to look beyond financial gain and increased fame distorts what this medium is and can be. …[Read More...] about Don’t deprive the world of good podcasts