Ever wondered what it takes to produce an NPR or Gimlet-style narrative podcast? Well today, we're about to find out.
Tight Lipped is a storytelling podcast that makes public what is often thought of as “private pain.” And in this episode, Tight Lipped producers Hannah Barg and Noa Fleischacker are here to take us behind the scenes on their production process with their episode, “Did I Dream?” which was released in May 2020.
I’d always had a bucket list item to produce a narrative episode, and this 18-minute episode has been a massive labor of love. Curious how long it took me to produce? Tune in to find out :)
In this episode, you’ll learn...
How Noa’s personal story inspired the idea for Tight LippedWhy storytelling podcasts are so popular, and how they’re producedHow to think critically about your interviews to find the best sound bytes for your episodesHow to add narration to your episode, as well as scoringWhat are the pros and cons to choosing a narrative format for your podcast?How long does it take to produce one episode of a narrative show?-------------------
To listen to the complete episode of Tight Lipped, called, ”Did I Dream?” visit tightlippedpod.com. You can also find them on Instagram @tightlippedpod.
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