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Executive Podcasting Workshop April 2006

Today’s Executive Podcasting Workshop, which includes everything you need to know to get started podcasting, was completed with a full house.

This month’s attendees included public relations executives from a leading antivirus software company, a municipal media relations director, the marketing director from a top industry analyst firm and an online media director from a major broadcast network. All participants seemed to be committed to the prospect of using podcasts to supplement their existing communications programs.

The seminar was organized into what I call the Six Steps to Podcasting:

Step One – Learn the Basics of Podcasting
Step Two – Hear Real Life Podcasting Case Studies
Step Three – Participate in Podcast Development & Planning Exercises
Step Four – Learn How to Assemble a Podcasting Rig
Step Five – Learn about Podcasting Production
Step Six – Learn How Podcast Syndication Really Works

Here’s a copy of the presentation I used to lead the workshop. I also saved all the links we visited here. The links we visisted over the course of the day are saved here by step1, step2, step3, step4, step5 and step6, respectively.

The next Executive Podcast Workshop is scheduled for May 25. This is a hands on workshop for nontechnical professionals and space is limited to 5 particpants. There are currently 3 spaces open for the May workshop. To reserve your space, register here.

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