Introducing the LinkedIn Podcast Academy
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At LinkedIn, we want to meet our members where they are. And increasingly we are finding that the world’s professionals are turning to podcasts to get the insights and inspiration they need to accelerate in their careers, boasting more than 460 million listeners globally.
“What are you listening to right now?”
That is one of my favorite questions to ask in a job interview. When a candidate names a niche podcast I have never heard of, it provides immediate insight into who they are and what they care about. When a candidate names a podcast I also listen to, it immediately sparks a conversation where we dive deep into a recent episode. And it is no surprise that everyone has an answer.
To help podcasters go from broadcasters to community builders, last year we launched the LinkedIn Podcast Network, which showcases established, award-winning podcasts that are leading the conversation in business. Read More
Article originally written by Courtney Chapman Coupe and published on LinkedIn
Remote podcasting is a necessity!
But if you’ve never podcasted remotely before or you want to improve the quality of your recordings, you may be wondering: How can I create a quality recording studio at home?
Luckily, recording long-distance interviews isn’t challenging if you’ve got the right tools and dedicated remote recording software like Riverside. Read on for some tips and advice on how to record a high-quality podcast remotely.
Before You Start
If you don’t already have an established podcast, the first step is to take stock of your goals. What style of podcast are you hoping to start? The most popular formats are:
Conversations between two or more hosts
Narrative podcasts (like audio dramas and documentaries) Read More
Article originally published on Riverside.fm
As the popularity of podcasting continues to grow, so do the legal and business considerations that come with it. To help podcasters navigate these challenges, Gordon Firemark, The Podcast Lawyer™, will be hosting a free, online workshop titled "Business & Legal Fundamentals for Podcast Growth & Profit" on March 27 at 9am pacific time.
During the workshop, podcasters of all experience levels will learn about the legal and business considerations that are essential to growing and monetizing their podcasts while staying on the right side of the law. Attendees will gain valuable insights on intellectual property and privacy law, as well as strategies for monetizing their podcasts and negotiating with advertisers and sponsors. attendees will learn:
The 3 prerequisites to truly professional results as a podcaster
4 essential components to a solid, professional, businesslike approach to podcasting (or any entrepreneurial activity)
The 5 biggest mistakes podcasters make that hold them back from easy growth and success
How to quickly and easily get your podcast's business and legal affairs in order, (without hiring expensive attorneys.)
Gordon Firemark is an experienced entertainment, media and business lawyer and a leading expert in podcasting law. He has worked with some of the biggest names in podcasting and has helped countless podcasters to protect their podcasts and grow their audiences. Register Here
Podfest Global is a 100% virtual extension of Podfest Multimedia Expo, one of the largest and tightest-knit communities of podcasters in the world!
You can count on Podfest Global to deliver the same quality content and unparalleled camaraderie that Podfest has become famous for over the years.
We pride ourselves on our ability to build community, and the online setting of Podfest Global allows us to welcome even more podcasters and content creators into the PodFamily than ever before!