CBAA Webinars

WEBINAR: Making a Podcast From Your Program (or a Program From Your Podcast) - Wednesday 27 March 2019

Danny Chifley, 18th February 2019
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More than ever, listeners are flocking to podcasting. Whether it’s for stories, interviews, commentary, advice or any other form of auditory entertainment, the medium represents a brave new world for content creators.

Community broadcasters are in an excellent position to take advantage of this new medium. Join us as we learn how to transfer our skills of making great radio the old-fashioned way to the online realm. As part of our webinar, participants will learn:

  • How to create a compelling, professional podcast from scratch
  • Repurposing your on-air content for use online
  • How to use the resources at your station to create the best possible product  

Presented by: Jess O'Callaghan – Audiocraft

Audiocraft is an organisation for Australian audio makers and podcasters, powered by a passionate bunch of makers, do-ers and dreamers. Jess O'Callaghan is Audiocraft's Festival Manager. Previously, she was a producer at ABC RN — she was series producer on investigative journalism program Background Briefing, a producer on RN Drive and the founding producer of ABC RN’s politics podcast The Party Room. She has also produced podcasts All the Best, The Rereaders and for literary journal Meanjin. Jess has more than ten years experience working in commercial, community and public radio and has presented at Sydney Writers’ Festival, Melbourne Writers’ Festival, Audiocraft and the Emerging Writers’ Festival.

This webinar was held at 6:30pm (AEST) Wednesday, 27 March 2019

CBAA webinars are presented with support from the Community Media Training Organisation (CMTO). 

 

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