Date(s) - 26/03/2019
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
International Broadcasting Trust
Podcasts are everywhere and audiences are enthusiastic. But which ones work and which don’t? How would you go about establishing a podcast? What lessons can you learn about the experience of others? These are some of the questions we’ll be answering in our podcast training session specially designed for IBT members. This is a free event but numbers are limited so register early if you’re interested in attending.
We will be covering the following topics:
- A review of the podcast landscape, who’s doing what, what works well, who are the audiences for podcasts?
- Examples of NGOs or people working in the aid/development sector who do podcasts – for example UNHCR’s Awake at Night
- Logistics of making a podcast – what are the practical steps, what do you need to plan and think of, useful tips on best practice
- A case study from someone who runs a podcast, who talks about what works for them and what doesn’t, and what they have learnt from producing their own podcast
- A look ahead – what is coming on the horizon of podcasts and what are the latest trends?
Our trainer will be Lucy Lucraft, a freelance journalist and podcaster.
The session will take place from 10am – 2pm on Tuesday March 26th at our offices in Southwark. Lunch will be included.