Here’s your chance to learn the basic skills of creating your own podcast.
In a one-day workshop on Sat., March 16, you can learn about the possibilities of podcasting, what makes for a good podcast and how to promote it.
We’ll also provide you with hands-on training for how to record, edit, script and produce a podcast.
The workshop is co-sponsored by The Deadline Club and the New Jersey chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
It will take place in the offices of Retro Report, 633 Third Ave., New York City.
The workshop will begin with registration at 9:30 a.m. Instruction will run from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m., with a break for lunch.
Participants must bring their own laptop computer and smart phone.
To register for the workshop, go here.
Register before March 1 to take advantage of the early bird rate of $65 for professionals and $25 for students. After March 1, registration rises to $75 for professionals and $35 for students. The fee does not include lunch.
Speakers for this event include:
|Alex Kapelman, who has produced content for WNYC, KCRW, Audible, and Gimlet Media. His audio work has been featured on NPR and BuzzFeed, and in publications like The Atlantic and New York Magazine; he has also been tapped as a contributor to NPR. Alex co-founded Pitch, a critically acclaimed narrative podcast series, and is the founder of Podcast Love, a podcast company that provides consulting for brands and teaching tools for podcasters. He is also an adjunct journalism instructor at New York University. Alex will present on how to get great content, specifically tailored for podcasting.|
|Mike Savino, who produces a daily news podcast for the Record-Journal in Meriden, Ct. Mike oversees local and state government coverage for the newspaper. He is is a national board member ofSPJ and president of the Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information. Mike will talk about the tools and techniques of podcasting.|
|John Ensslin, who has created and produced several podcasts, including Studio SPJ, Record Talk Radio and On the Record. John has worked for newspapers in New York, New Jersey and Colorado. He is a past national president of SPJ and is the current president of SPJ New Jersey. John will talk about how to script and edit your podcast.|
For more information on the workshop, call John Ensslin at 973-513-5632 or email him at email@example.com.
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