Seden Anlar guides you through the world of podcasting. Join her Podcast Academy, a three-part series on storytelling, producing and promoting. The second workshop is all about producing. How and where do you start, what are the best practices? Seden provides the insights.
“As a form of resistance against mainstream media, podcasting should be accessible to all budgets.”
Podcast production and distribution is one of the more mysterious parts of doing a podcast. Many people worry about the time and budget involved, how to do it and whether they should do it at all. Even if podcasters understand what production entails, the technical steps involved in the process could be daunting.
This is why, in the second session of the three-part series on Podcasting, Brussels-based producer Seden Anlar is going to provide the insights needed to select the right gear for your podcast, and best practices on how to record, edit (stitching, mixing, and mastering), publish audio content and to get your podcast out to the world along with supplementary materials such as titles, show notes, time cards and transcriptions. Added bonus: she'll teach you how to do all of these on a budget. Join the session, if you've been wanting to jump onto the podcasting bandwagon, or if you already have a podcast but you'd like to take it to the next level.
About Seden Anlar
Seden Anlar is a Brussels-based podcast host/producer, and a political communications specialist with a background in Law and Global Politics, and an MSc in Journalism in Europe. She is currently hosting and/or producing ‘Green Space’ for the Green Party of England and Wales covering elections, ‘Green Wave’ for the Green European Journal, and her independent project: the Big Green Politics Podcast where she does political commentating on a wide range of topics from climate change to racism. Seden is also Communications and Outreach Manager at the Green European Journal.
Join the other workshops of Podcast Academy, a three-part series on storytelling, producing and promoting.