Podcasting 101: Tools & Techniques for Getting Started

Back on popular demand!

6:30–8:30pm (Classroom 1)Note: This is a 2 part class (4 hours)

Unlimited Classes

Take as many as you want for $350 month. Or for $500 month also get a daily work space.

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In this intensive two-part workshop, you'lll get a head-to-toes overview for how to get started with a podcast of your own. We’ll cover:

  • The different styles of podcasting (including shows you should be listening to!)
  • Audio storytelling tips – inspiration for your format and content
  • Recommended tools and techniques for both low and “no-budget” DIY podcasting, including audio production equipment (microphones, recorders, apps, etc.) and editing software
  • An overview of some of the ways to market, distribute, and monetize your podcast.

The class format will be a combination of information sharing, conversation, hands-on activities, and case studies. Each participant will gain access to a bibliography of recommended books, equipment, resources, and, of course, podcasts for further listening and learning!

What You Will Learn

    About the instructor

    Ashley Maynor

    Ashley Maynor

    Ashley Maynor is an award-winning filmmaker who uses digital and analog technology to tell compelling stories. Her work as director includes the documentary For Memories’ Sake, which screened at the Library of Congress, the Nashville Film Festival, the Maryland Film Festival, and on the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers, among other venues, and the transmedia project, The Story of the Stuff.

    Maynor has previously been a Visiting Assistant Professor at Virginia Tech, an Assistant Professor at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, and a production mentor for Stony Brook University’s MFA in Film program. She currently serves on the faculty of New York University.

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