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Supportive Podcasting, Making your Broadcasting Easier
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July 14, 2016
I’m subjected to Masterchef occasionally, usually if I pop round to see my mum and dad. They love it, me, not so much. I always think it’s particularly cruel of the judges to be so critical of the foods presentation before they’ve even tasted it. Presentation matters. And it’s the same for your podcast. You’ll … Continue reading → The post How to Present a Perfectly Scripted Podcast | Podcraft Podcast S6E6 appeared first on PodCraft: Honing the Art of Podcasting.
July 7, 2016
A blank page to a writer or an empty canvas to an artist can be daunting. Where do you begin? How do you start? The same questions probably strike you when you’re considering your next podcast episode. Producing an individual podcast or an entire series isn’t easy. But being a better podcast planner and an … Continue reading → The post 6 Tools for Podcast Planning Perfection | Podcraft Podcast S6E5 appeared first on PodCraft: Honing the Art of Podcasting.
June 30, 2016
I’ve got a secret. But please keep it to yourself. Here goes – “I’m obsessed with taglines.” If a client or business chum asks me for my opinion on their tagline, it’s not uncommon for me to lose hours crafting dozens of alternatives for them. I realised I needed help when I started pulling together … Continue reading → The post Hooks, Taglines and the Power of Words | Podcraft Podcast S6E4 appeared first on PodCraft: Honing the Art of Podcasting.
June 23, 2016
You’ve created your invisible script, and you’ve crafted a narrative structure that will skillfully lead your listener through your podcast. So is that it? Are you done? Or is something missing? The Missing Link? As a voracious listener of many podcasts, nothing will turn me off quicker than a dull, lifeless podcast host. I’ve lost … Continue reading → The post How to Inject Personality into your Podcast Script | Podcraft Podcast S6E3 appeared first on PodCraft: Honing the Art of Podcasting.
June 16, 2016
I’ve always enjoyed reading, and now I get the pleasure of reading to my daughter, Abigail. It’s a staple part of the Cudmore bedtime routine. I admit that some of the stories aimed at a very young audience can hardly be described as ‘page-turners.’ It’s fairly obvious what’s going to happen next, and character development and … Continue reading → The post The Power of Narrative Flow in your Podcast | Podcraft Podcast S6E2 appeared first on PodCraft: Honing the Art of Podcasting.
June 9, 2016
To script or not to script… that is the question. One of the things we’re often asked, especially by new podcasters, is “should I write a script for my podcast?” The answer is almost always ‘yes’. At least to some degree. In the real world, it’s unusual that complete scripts are written. More commonly the … Continue reading → The post The Art of Creating an Invisible Podcast Script | Podcraft Podcast S6E1 appeared first on PodCraft: Honing the Art of Podcasting.