Podcasting: How It Works, What to Listen To & How To Create a Podcast

Oct 1, 2020

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Each week, tens of millions of Americans listen to podcasts. And there are more than 800,000 active podcasts and 54 million podcasts episodes out there for the listening. Depending on who you ask, podcasting has been around in one form or another for decades. We’ll discuss just what is a podcast, how they are created, and offer suggestions on how to find podcasts you’ll want to listen to.


Guests

 

Eric Nuzum, author, "Make Noise: A Creator's Guide to Podcasting"; co-founder, Magnificent Noise, a podcast production and creative consulting company based in New York 

Tanner Campbell, owner, lead audio engineer, Portland Pod Recording Studio in South Portland

Isaac Kestenbaum (call-in), director, Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, Maine College of Art; independent podcast producer

Anne Hallward (call-in), host, producer, Safe Space Radio, a mental health and social justice podcast based in Portland; board-certified psychiatrist

Cat Jaffee (call-in), producer, founder, House of Pod, a podcasting production company based in Colorado

 

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