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Expert Podcasting Practices For Dummies

ISBN: 978-0-470-14926-3
456 pages
December 2007
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Part I: Planning Out a Podcast.

Practice 1: Selecting the Right Topic for Your Podcast.

Practice 2: Keeping Up with the Joneses.

Practice 3: Staffing Your Podcast for Success.

Practice 4: Podcast Studio Considerations.

Practice 5: Stick to the Script!

Practice 6: Transitions, Timing, and Cues.

Practice 7: Reviewing Your Podcast with a Critical Eye.

Practice 8: T-Minus Five Episodes . . . .

Part II: Going for a Professional Sound.

Practice 9: Upgrading Your Headphones.

Practice 10: Selecting the Right Microphone.

Practice 11: Upgrading Your Software.

Practice 12: Creating a Quiet, Happy Place.

Practice 13: Eliminating Ambient Noise.

Practice 14: One-Take Wonders.

Practice 15: Multiplicity: Recording Multiple Takes.

Practice 16: Podcasting from the Road.

Part III: Post-Production Approaches.

Practice 17: Interviews from the Road.

Practice 18: Setting Acceptable Sound Levels.

Practice 19: Adding Special Effects.

Practice 20: Adding Music.

Practice 21: Editing Audio after Editing the Session.

Practice 22: Taking Your Audio File into the Home Stretch.

Practice 23: Creating a Perfect mp3 File.

Practice 24: Enhanced Podcasting.

Part IV: The Final Steps Before Episode #0.

Practice 25: Creating and Editing ID3 Tags.

Practice 26: Adding a Blog to Your Podcast.

Practice 27: Validating Your RSS Feed.

Practice 28: Submitting to Podcast Directories.

Part V: Building Your Audience.

Practice 29: Creating a Promotional Plan.

Practice 30: Tell Me About It: Recording Promos and Quickcasts.

Practice 31: Advertising to Attract Listeners.

Practice 32: Networking with Other Podcasters and Bloggers.

Practice 33: Spreading the Word with Social Media.

Practice 234: Soliciting and Incorporating Listener Feedback.

Practice 35: Getting Featured on Podcast Directories.

Practice 36: Joining a Podcast Network.

Practice 37: Connecting with the Media.

Practice 38: Talk to Me: Interviews.

Part VI: Creating a Video Podcast.

Practice 39: Video Podcasting.

Practice 40: Editing Your Video Podcast with Adobe Premiere.

Practice 41: Editing Your Video Podcast with Apple Final Cut Pro.

Practice 42: Posting and Distributing Your Video.

Part VII: Podcasting as a Business.

Practice 43: Deriving Revenue from Your Podcast.

Practice 44: Corporate Podcasting.

Practice 45: Podcasting for Government and Not-for-Profit Agencies.

Practice 46: Promotional Podcasting.

Practice 47: Adding Advertising to Your Podcast.

Part VIII: Reengineering Your Podcast.

Practice 48: Podfade Prevention.

Practice 49: New Hosts, New Podcast?

Practice 50: Change of Passion, Change of Podcast?

Practice 51: The Hard Podfade.

Appendix: Bonus Content on the DVD.


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