The negotiations have completed, the contracts have been signed and that means Stephen and SP are back. In this week’s episode there’s a bunch of catch-up to get after last week’s Better Better Podcasting takeover including a voicemail from one listener about a piece of FAILING HARDWARE, the give away of the Audio-Technica AT2005 microphone AND the backstory on why “Better Better Podcasting” came to be.
We’ll also talk about ways you can objectively assess your podcast when receiving feedback about your podcast and in the Better Podcasting Download we’ll talk about ONE podcast company that was acquired in January.
Finally, we’ll take your Better Podback feedback about what’s happened in your podcasting world this week.
Not familiar with Better Podcasting? We talk about podcast tips, tools and best practices to help you succeed with your podcast! Just like you we podcast purely out of the love and the fun of it. Podcasting is our hobby and we love that it is yours too! We always encourage your questions and feedback and you can find all of our contact information at betterpodcasting.com.
We thank you for listening, downloading and subscribing to Better Podcasting. We hope you come back for more Better Podcasting!
This podcast was recorded on Wednesday, February 14, 2018 –Streamed Live to www.Geeks.Live. Audio/Video Production by Stephen Jondrew of GonnaGeek.com.
Main Topic: Objectively assessing your podcast when receiving feedback from listeners.
Better Podcasting Download: Podcasting company Spreaker was purchased by Voxnest.
Other Topics: Behringer MDX4600 failure from a mystery listener.
SP’s Microphone: Rode Procaster
Stephen’s Microphone: Rode Procaster
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