Since 2003, podcasting has been the voice of the people, providing countless opportunities for amateurs and professionals to shape the broadcast medium of tomorrow. Join David Parish on a practical weekend course exploring the technical, legal and production know-how on what makes a great podcast.
– Ever wondered how to be legal with your music casts?
– What equipment and software do I need to get started and grow?
– What makes for compelling programming and how do I make a good host?
– Looking to move into full-blown radio and need to understand your sweepers from you stings and carts?
The course is split into two days: Technical & Production Techniques and Content Creation and Promotion/Distribution and is designed to give the student a well-rounded and thorough, practical knowledge of podcasting, streaming radio and broadcasting fundamentals.
Day 1: The Technical and Legal
– What is a Podcast and where did it come from?
– What are the key differences between a podcast and broadcast media?
– What do I need to operate legally?
– How can I achieve the best technical setup for my budget?
– Terminology in broadcast media and fundamentals of the medium
Day 2: Content is King
– How to schedule and structure a show
– Beyond Production and into Presentation – finding your USP
– Distribution and Promotion
– Practical exercise: produce a podcast under guidance in our tech lab
The course naturally has a strong music broadcast focus but will be equally beneficial to those looking to produce spoken-word podcasts with our without copyrighted music and sound beds.
About David Parish
David has been a podcast and streaming radio presenter for 16 years, producing podcasts for Zero 7, The Fratellis, Pete Tong and Sir Tom Jones. Additionally, he has been responsible for managing PR campaigns for a third of the Top 40 and has advised PRS on licensing and legal requirements for podcasting in the UK.
SATURDAY 13 & SUNDAY 14 APRIL 2019
10am – 5pm
TILEYARD STUDIOS, LONDON
No prior knowledge of podcasting is required for this course and the software used is easy to pick up and cheap to purchase after if you choose to use it.