Over this 90 minute practical workshop you will have a good idea of what is involved in preparing, running and keeping going with a podcast. This will also include a discussion about podcasting equipment and beginners guide to podcasting tool kits.
This is ideal for anyone considering entering the world of professional podcasting but isn’t sure of what is involved and what you will need to do in order to keep it going.
This is an online workshop and so you will require an internet connection, basic computer skills, a microphone and speakers (a webcam is optional). However, this is just a discussion/teaching session and so one screen is sufficient.
(The price is inclusive and as an education provider we do not charge VAT)
**** Please note our courses close 7 days prior to the start date ****
* What are your expectations?
* Who are your target audience?
* What preparation do you need to make?
* What about equipment? What will I need?
* Podcast hosting services, free and paid?
* Should I edit my audio? If so, how?
* How do you use zoom for interviews?
* The problem of keeping going – the cost and pressure of running a podcast* What about permissions and copyright?
What will I learn
By the end of practical workshop you will have a good idea of what is involved in preparing, running and keeping going with a podcast. This will also include a discussion about podcasting equipment and beginners guide to podcasting tool kits.
Attending the course
The workshop is conducted virtually using the video conferencing software Eyeson.
Trainer & Reviews
Andrew is an independent media producer working in video, motion graphics and 2D and 3D animation, and is an Adobe Certified Instructor for Adobe Première Pro and After Effects.
As a freelancer he spends much of his time training, both classroom and video for Première Pro, After Effects, DaVinci Resolve and Fusion as well other products such as Mocha, SpeedGrade, Audition etc.