San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Professional Podcasting & New Media
Podcasting has only been around since 2005 but already it’s become part of the mainstream media. Almost every TV show, radio station and newspaper these days publishes podcasts to complement their offerings. Recording and publishing a podcast can be done by anyone, without a large budget and that’s the beauty of it, but not everyone can do it well. On this course you’ll learn professional tips from a podcaster and audio engineer with years of experience working on some of the most popular technology shows in the world. TWIT.tv, LinuxOutlaws, RatholeRadio and more.
● What microphones and audio equipment to use depending on your needs.
● How to record the cleanest audio possible in interviews and other situations.
● How to edit your audio into a professional and polished sounding show.
● Encoding and tagging the files for best results on iTunes and other platforms.
● Publishing your show, managing RSS feeds, using Content Delivery Networks and even building a website to host it if needed.
Whether you’re looking to promote your business, become a broadcast journalist or just have some fun, podcasting is the way to do it.
is a broadcaster, musician, writer and web developer from Liverpool in the UK. He has become a recognised authority on Open Source matters via the popular podcast and show on the . Prior to becoming a broadcaster and journalist he worked as a developer for the NHS, building custom systems to satisfy the needs of doctors and patients in many areas. Today he focuses on open technologies such as Linux, PHP, Python, Django, MySQL, Postgres, Git, Wordpress and many more. He has also worked for Universal Music Group delivering large scale websites with and developing custom modules.