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Resources for Creating a Podcast
HowSound is the bi-weekly podcast on radio storytelling produced by Rob Rosenthal for the Public Radio Exchange. From fieldwork and recording techniques to narrative and ethics, HowSound explores the ins-and-outs of radio storytelling.
How to Start an Academic Podcast
Whether you’re a professor building your public intellectual profile, a graduate student developing skills for diverse career paths, a librarian or research center director forging connections across institutions, or a department chair broadening your faculty’s impact, this course can help.
Starting Your Podcast: A Guide for Students
From planning to producing, a how to guide for beginners from National Public Radio.
Tips for Starting a Podcast
Tips and how to for creating a podcast related to your business from Business News Daily.
Transom channels new work, voices, and ideas into public media through the Internet and workshops. Our goal is to be useful and inspiring. Transom is a performance space, an open editorial session, an audition stage, a library, and a hangout. Our purpose is to pass the baton of mission and good practice in public media through tools, philosophy, and technique.