45 min

What Podcasters Can Learn From the Movie Industry School of Podcasting

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We start off by hearing about a podcast that received 4,000 donations in our quick tip at the top of the show. 
I researched what it's like to work in the movie business. Why? Because movies are meant to entertain and take up the audience's time (their most prized possession). 
We look at the process of making a movie, and some things that podcasters have an easier road, and some steps movies take, that podcasters should seriously consider.
SPONSOR: Focusrite: The Vocaster Series Made For Podcasters
AutoGain - Easily set your levels with the click of a button, with more than enough gain on tap (70dB) – no booster needed Enhance - Four podcaster-approved voice presets bring out the best in any voice Mute - Silence the mic with the touch of a button - don’t let unexpected interruptions get in the way of recording Connect your phone - Record phone calls, high quality music, or other audio from your device, seamlessly  Record to a camera - Plug in your camera and record directly to its memory card  Loopback - Stream calls or any other audio you can think of from your computer with two sets of stereo loopback Included software - Hindenburg Lite to record, three months of SquadCast Pro + Video to bring in your guests, and six months of Acast Influencer to publish, you’re ready to get your show out there Learn more at: Focusrite.com/Vocaster  Mentioned in This Episode Join the School of Podcasting
No Agenda Show
Podcasting 2.0
New Podcast Apps
The Messengers Documentary
Girl in Space (not Girls, sorry Sarah)
The Lone Ranger Movie (2013)
The podcast Trailer Show
Professional Grade 2 Lavalier Clip-On Microphones Set for Dual Interview - Double Lav Lapel Microphone - Use for iPhone Phone Camera - Blogging Video Recording Noise Cancelling 3.5mm Mic
Sources: Selling to Netflix
Matt Damon on Hot Ones
What Does ‘Greenlit’ REALLY Mean? 9 Key Factors in the Script Development Process
Top Box Offices

We start off by hearing about a podcast that received 4,000 donations in our quick tip at the top of the show. 
I researched what it's like to work in the movie business. Why? Because movies are meant to entertain and take up the audience's time (their most prized possession). 
We look at the process of making a movie, and some things that podcasters have an easier road, and some steps movies take, that podcasters should seriously consider.
SPONSOR: Focusrite: The Vocaster Series Made For Podcasters
AutoGain - Easily set your levels with the click of a button, with more than enough gain on tap (70dB) – no booster needed Enhance - Four podcaster-approved voice presets bring out the best in any voice Mute - Silence the mic with the touch of a button - don’t let unexpected interruptions get in the way of recording Connect your phone - Record phone calls, high quality music, or other audio from your device, seamlessly  Record to a camera - Plug in your camera and record directly to its memory card  Loopback - Stream calls or any other audio you can think of from your computer with two sets of stereo loopback Included software - Hindenburg Lite to record, three months of SquadCast Pro + Video to bring in your guests, and six months of Acast Influencer to publish, you’re ready to get your show out there Learn more at: Focusrite.com/Vocaster  Mentioned in This Episode Join the School of Podcasting
No Agenda Show
Podcasting 2.0
New Podcast Apps
The Messengers Documentary
Girl in Space (not Girls, sorry Sarah)
The Lone Ranger Movie (2013)
The podcast Trailer Show
Professional Grade 2 Lavalier Clip-On Microphones Set for Dual Interview - Double Lav Lapel Microphone - Use for iPhone Phone Camera - Blogging Video Recording Noise Cancelling 3.5mm Mic
Sources: Selling to Netflix
Matt Damon on Hot Ones
What Does ‘Greenlit’ REALLY Mean? 9 Key Factors in the Script Development Process
Top Box Offices

45 min