9am – 12pm
24th October 2019
Podcasts have been a favourite platform for intimately engaging an audience for ten years, but recently they have exploded in growth growth and creativity. Museums can leverage the power of the platform reach their audiences and communicate in creative, intimate, and meaningful ways. This workshop will guide participants through every aspect of in-house podcast production, from choosing a topic to editing to marketing the show.
The workshop will be led by Hannah Hethmon, producer of the award-winning podcast Museums in Strange Places and author of Your Museum Needs a Podcast. Through a combination of lecture, discussion, and practical hands-on training, participants will be empowered to embark on a podcast project at their institution or personally. Participants will have the chance to record a mock-interview and will spend at least one hour learning how to use Hindenburg Journalist to edit audio.
No podcasting or audio editing experience is necessary.
You will need to bring a laptop to this workshop to get the most out of it.