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The Art of Podcasting creative workshops

Calling all artists, authors, musicians, storytellers, performers, poets, creative producers and content creators who want to develop their own podcasts. These workshops will look at research and delivery; what makes a popular podcast, interviewing techniques, finding a story or topic and creating engaging content, production; mics and sound, what gear is needed, understanding sound including capturing atmosphere, and post-production; editing and hosting and more.

Presented by Michelle Brown, Community Media trainer, Elektrolab Co-founder and former 4ZZZ Radio Manager, the Art of Podcasting will focus on content creation and presentation skills along with giving an overview of what you need to get started with your own podcast. 

You will gain an understanding of the basics of podcasts production and a greater awareness of identifying what makes great audio content! 

Location Date and Time Registration 
StoryCast Studios, 
Kawana Library
Saturday 28 August, 9am–4pm
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StoryCast Studios, 
Kawana Library
 Friday 3 September, 9am–4pm
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 $80 per person. Registration essential. Limited spaces. Light refreshments and lunch provided.

Learn more about podcasting

How to Start a Podcast for Beginners in 2021: equipment setup, software and where to host) | Think Media

 

eBooks

In the studio? Download tips and tricks with these pod eBooks:

To get started download the ePlatform by Wheelers and Libby apps. Select Sunshine Coast Libraries and enter your member number and passwords. 

Podcasts

Popular podcasts inspired by books:

Listen on the go to these Top 8 GOAT podcasts:

  1. Teacher’s Pet
  2. Serial
  3. This American Life
  4. The Joe Rogan Experience
  5. Australian True Crime
  6. Hamish and Andy
  7. WTF with Mark Maron
  8. S-Town

Search for these free podcast titles and more in your preferred podcast provider.

On the web

How to Record and Edit a Podcast in Audacity | Pat Flynn

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