I’ve interviewed interesting podcasters. They all make their shows differently. They use of different technology and techniques. They also create content in unique ways, presenting that content in their own personal style.
The Real Brian (part 1)
In 2016, I did 100 Days of Podcasting Daily. That’s when I talked with the Real Brian who hosted a show about profiting with podcasts. On this episode, we explored the topic of personality types.
This guy started podcasting back in the day. He’s a teacher who podcasts and a podcaster who teaches. I talked with Dave Jackson at OnTheGo.FM during my 100 Days of Podcasting Daily.
The Real Brian (part 2)
As the 100 Days of Podcasting Daily continued, I published this conversation with the Real Brian about ways podcasters could improve their performance.
Steve Stewart, Tiffany Norris, Butler Cain
Do we need a code of ethics in podcasting? That’s an issue I explored in a two-part series on Podcast Local. One critical issue to consider is the effect of audio editing. Steve Stewart is a professional audio editor who understands the challenge of editing ethically. Tiffany Norris shared a story that made her realize the power of editing to affect listeners’ perception. And Butler Cain talk about the difficulty of explaining the truth so everyone understands it.
Not every local podcaster wants to be a reporter, but all local podcasters are storytellers. I talked with Butler Cain about principles of journalism that can help podcasters tell local stories better.
If you’re planning a trip to New Orleans, browse through the archives of Beyond Bourbon Street, a local podcast produced by Mark Bologna. I talked with Mark about why he started this show and how he manages to produce episodes consistently.
Beau York is the host of Let’s Talk Jackson, a local podcast from Jackson, Mississippi, but he does a lot more in the field of podcasting. He created a podcast listening app with the ability to find podcasts being made near you. He also has a podcast network. I talked with him about his journey into the world of podcasts.
The Evansville Podcast is not just one podcast. It’s a local podcast network. I explored this idea with Jason Burton, the creator of that network.
Do you have to live in a large city if you want to make a successful local podcast? Lee Ball from This is Rammy answers that question as we talk about his local podcast for his small town of Ramsbottom, UK.
Chris Holifield loves interviews. We discussed this as well as what led him to create a local podcast for Salt Lake City, Utah.
Kevin and Melissa Barron were just about to launch their local podcast for San Antonio, Texas when I recorded this interview for an episode of Podcast Local. Kevin shared his plans and hopes for the new show.