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
    Speaker Resources
    Social Conversation

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