An Introduction to Podcasting
Things are a bit weird at the minute aren't they?
Perhaps you're considering how you can stay in touch with your followers, tribe, customers, stakeholders or beneficiaries.
Maybe you're looking to learn a new skill or create something with your pals?
In this taster session you will learn all the basics of what it takes to make a podcast - including how you can make one whilst keeping a social distance!
In this session you'll:
- Find out about kit (this includes remotely) & editing
- Learn how to distribute it
- Get ideas for your own podcasts
- They'll also be the opportunity to ask questions too.
All delivered in a simple to understand, jargon-free way by Vic Elizabeth Turnbull, founder of podcast production and training company MIC Media.
About the Speakers:
Vic is the founder of MIC, a social enterprise that makes podcasts for good eggs and coaches people how to make their own
MIC also runs meetups for their DIY podcaster community. Started in a room above a boozer in late 2018, MIC events are now held in Salford and Manchester and has over 200 members.
MIC’s recently worked with Manchester City Council, the Pankhurst Trust on the ‘Strong Manchester Women’ podcast. Vic also has her own podcast called Tourist, it’s a travel guide with comedians as your tour guides.
Vic also co-founded Pods Up North, a conference for podcasters that held its first event, which was sponsored by Spotify, in November 2019.
Included on the prestigious Northern Power Women Future List, Vic’s worked across the creative industries and with national, award-winning youth charities such as UpRising.
She’s also the Director of the independent music website, Silent Radio and is a regular panelist, her recent appearances include talks for Off The Record festival, Liverpool Sound City and the Northern Power Futures conference 2018.
Interested In The Event?
If you’re interested in attending, you can book online here.