Monday, May 22

Podcasting

The world’s most efficient podcast production pipeline

The world’s most efficient podcast production pipeline

Podcasting
Creating a new podcast and getting it online can be super easy if you use a service like libsyn.com - there are also many wordpress-based solutions (Podlove Podcast Publisher for example) but having done this podcasting business for 12 years, I like to take a bit more control while reducing the post-produciton time per episode to as little as possible.I've seen many podcasts come and go and I believe one of the reasons a lot of people don't stick with it is that they burn themselves out on the post production. All the making-it-sound-pretty and the shownotes and the promotion and the constant search to optimize the tech.My approach is a little more like putting a puzzle together into a well-oiled machine that I feed a fresh recording and let it do the rest for me.And as I j
Anchor, stop crippling your success

Anchor, stop crippling your success

Podcasting
Anchor.fm just released version 2.0 of their app. They claim it's a new form of radio and I have to admit, it's quite nice and it lets you build your own virtual radio station. It lets you record snippets and publish them to your own station. You can add music too. And you can make a call-in to another station which the owner of that station can then put on their own station.I was planning to use Anchor as a side-channel to my main podcast (TFTTF) - to release a daily photo tip for my audience and answer questions that they submit as call-ins to my Anchor station.In addition I wanted to re-use my Anchor content on TFTTF.Here's why that might fail:a) Anchor lets me export my own content, but the export quality is horrible.In fact it sounds so bad, it doesn't even com