Whether you’re looking for a new creative outlet or you’re looking to enhance your podcast’s reach, in this week’s episode we discuss a variety of Non-Traditional Podcasting projects that you might consider embarking on.
In this week’s Better Podcasting Download, we discuss a recent reddit article that one podcast posted with their experience of recording a podcast live in a public space.
In the Better Podback, we take your feedback including one listener who has a follow-up to our discussion on promotional items.
Before we get to any of that though, we’ll review a few of our recent contest entries (note that the contest is now closed).
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This podcast was recorded on Wednesday, January 31, 2018 –Streamed Live to www.Geeks.Live. Audio/Video Production by Stephen Jondrew of GonnaGeek.com.
Main Topic: Expanding your podcast experience to other areas such as Video Podcasts/Video Shows, Live Podcasts/Broadcasts/Streams, Highly Produced Content, etc.
Better Podcasting Download: Creating a podcast in a live environment (Reddit Post).
Other Topics: What soundboard apps do we have experience with.
SP’s Microphone: Rode Procaster
Stephen’s Microphone: Audio-Technica BP40
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