Podcast Examples – Podcast Transcript 13 April 28, 2007Posted by Jeff in Podcast Transcript.
Partial Transcript to “13 – Podcast Examples” (3:20) released April 27, 2007 (click here to listen):
Hi, this is JD Frey from the why and how of podcasting. We’re two classes through the six week course at the Glasscock School of Continuing Studies at Rice University, and this week, we talked about the preparation for your podcast. One very important thing that people sometimes overlook when starting a podcast is researching what’s already out there.
Call it whatever you want… like finding out what the competition is doing, making sure that you’re great idea hasn’t already been thought of, or again… just plain research… it’s very important to find out what’s out there and then distinguish how you’re to set yourself apart.
While you’re out there, find some podcasts that interest you. Find ones that do podcasting well, and figure out why… then, take steps to model them.
This week, I had attendees of the class sit at their computer and record a sound byte for you on podcasts that they think are interesting. Take a listen:
[If you listen to the podcast, you can hear three students talk about three different podcasts that they find interesting, or that are done well. Only Jeff has been transcripted here.]
Well, there you have it. Three more podcasts for you to go check out to get
ideas on why you should be podcasting, and how do it.
Remember, if you’re thinking about starting a podcast, make sure you find out what is already being done by others, document what you’ve found, and then set out to be different.
I’m JD Frey from the why and how of podcasting, thanks for listening.