PodCraft | Learn the Art of Podcasting in Focussed Seasons

Video & Live Broadcasting | PodCraft 1108

May 29, 2019 The Podcast Host Season 2 Episode 8
PodCraft | Learn the Art of Podcasting in Focussed Seasons
Video & Live Broadcasting | PodCraft 1108
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PodCraft | Learn the Art of Podcasting in Focussed Seasons
Video & Live Broadcasting | PodCraft 1108
May 29, 2019 Season 2 Episode 8
The Podcast Host

There are a few good reasons why you might want to broadcast the recording of your episodes live - and maybe even film them too. 

Doing live episodes can help build and harness community, as your listeners can feel more directly involved with your content. And the content itself can benefit from that immediate feedback. The ability to answer questions and offer help and advice in real time can really enhance your podcast. 

You can also double up your content output without doubling up your workload, by uploading the video recording to Youtube afterwards. 

The live approach isn’t for everyone though. Especially if you’ve just started out in podcasting and don’t have an audience yet. Try to keep things as simple as possible in those early days. 

However, if you feel you’re ready to jump in and start doing live shows, then this episode is for you. 

Resources Mentioned

Software

Equipment

Support the show (https://pod.academy)

Show Notes

There are a few good reasons why you might want to broadcast the recording of your episodes live - and maybe even film them too. 

Doing live episodes can help build and harness community, as your listeners can feel more directly involved with your content. And the content itself can benefit from that immediate feedback. The ability to answer questions and offer help and advice in real time can really enhance your podcast. 

You can also double up your content output without doubling up your workload, by uploading the video recording to Youtube afterwards. 

The live approach isn’t for everyone though. Especially if you’ve just started out in podcasting and don’t have an audience yet. Try to keep things as simple as possible in those early days. 

However, if you feel you’re ready to jump in and start doing live shows, then this episode is for you. 

Resources Mentioned

Software

Equipment

Support the show (https://pod.academy)