Local Podcasting: Best Practices and New Opportunities for Small Teams

Presented at ONA17
September 18, 2017
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Get a nuanced look at the opportunities podcasting can provide small teams, including advice for getting started. We’ll examine the nitty-gritty of what actually goes into making a podcast from the perspective of a resource-constrained team, with plenty of constructive advice from our experienced panelists. This will be a brisk, conversational discussion with plenty of time for Q&A.

This session is for:

  • Local newsrooms interested in launching or promoting a podcast
  • Resource-constrained teams of any size seeking a constructive conversation about the challenges they face in podcasting
  • Podcast producers who want to share their own experiences and tips for producing and marketing their content

  • Featuring

    Maureen McMurray
    Director of Content and Audience Development, New Hampshire Public Radio
    Tamar Charney
    Managing Editor, NPR One, NPR
    Nicholas Quah
    Publisher, Writer, Hot Pod Media
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