Do you podcast alone or with others? Having a co-host can be extremely helpful when it comes to creating compelling, dynamic content that is interesting to listen to. Co-hosts can also help relieve some of the workload that comes with producing a podcast. But of course having co-hosts can create its own issues as well.
These days, podcasting has many best practices. But podcasting is an open medium, not governed by any single person or entity. So, while following best practices can be helpful, do you ever take advantage of podcasting’s openness and challenge the status quo? What does the status quo, as far as podcasting is concerned, look like?
Have you ever changed the name of your podcast? Maybe you’ve changed the name, content, twitter handle and any other established elements that make up a single show? Or perhaps the shift has been more subtle like a change in your artwork, colors, website, etc. The question is when do you know it’s time for
Live from NMX/NAB 2015 show floor! We talk with the live audience, having them step up to the microphone one by one and tell us what is their biggest, current issue with producing a podcast?