Inspired by a recent discussion in our Discord community, this week we dedicate an episode to analyzing all of the steps that it takes to put together a well produced episode.
We’ll break down the steps in to the main categories of Prep, Recording, Editing, Publishing/Promotion and Misc. From here, we break down all of the components you may find yourself doing within these categories, and we’ll share our personal experiences as we go through these.
In this week’s Better Podcasting Download, we chat about iHeart Radio Podcast charts, and contemplate the future of charting.
Finally, in this week’s Better Podback we’ll review the Discord conversation that actually started this whole thing off – how long does it take people to edit their show?
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This podcast was recorded on Tuesday, July 9, 2019 – Streamed Live to Geeks.Live. Audio/Video Production by Stephen Jondrew of GonnaGeek Productions, proudly Canadian.
Main Topic: How Long Does It Take To Build An Episode?
- Our Personal Experiences on Better Podcasting
Better Podcasting Download: iHeartRadio Charts / What does the future of podcast charts look like?
- How Long Does It Take To Edit an Episode?
- Editing Using Time Code Notes
- Stephen is Live Streaming Edit
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