Wed, 20 Oct 2021
10:30 - 11:30
Perhaps you’re a busy bee who can’t spare a whole afternoon for a workshop. Or, you’re not quite sure podcasting is right for you and you just want to see what it all entails. Consider this your introduction to podcasting!
With over 2 million podcasts out there, more and more people and organisations are choosing podcasts as a way to authentically share their views, expertise or stories. Podcasts are changing the way we communicate and the possibilities are endless. But it’s not just big brands and names that can create quality podcasts and a community of dedicated listeners – you can too!
MIC Media has taught hundreds of people like you how to start a podcast. MIC is a British Podcast Award-nominated podcast production and training social enterprise. They specialise in working with social impact organisations and helping to tell their stories through podcasts and audio.
In this express, 1-hour live webinar MIC Media CEO and founder Vic will cut through all of the jargon to bring you a no-nonsense, ‘how to start a podcast’ webinar. Learn how you can connect with your funders, stakeholders, beneficiaries, clients and even your team members, in an accessible and authentic way. They're also offering you discounted (optional) one-to-one podcast coaching too.
⏳ What’s covered in an hour
Where to start and planning
Ideas for creating engaging and interesting content
How to structure your podcast
The production stages
What tech you need and the set-up
How to make it sound great with top-quality audio
What editing software you need
Getting it out there and distributing
Publishing it on big platforms like spotify, apple podcasts and google podcasts
Ideas to market / promote your podcasts
Throughout the session Vic shares with you plenty of industry insight, anecdotal best practice and experiential do’s and don’t - direct from running her own podcast production company and social enterprise MIC Media. MIC's worked with the likes of Co-op, Plan International, University of Salford, Manchester City Council, Artichoke Arts, Unltd and Children's University.
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Who is the event for:
Anyone who has an inclination to have a podcast for themselves or their company. It's also a safe space for absolute beginners and technophobes!
Our previous workshops have had a range of folk including marketing coordinators, PR bosses, event managers, directors, charity CEO’s, Directors and interns.