Top 10 podcast editing nuances for business podcasters
The entire month of November, I'm hosting daily lives covering often overlooked podcast editing nuances for business podcasters. This is my 4th year of doing daily podcasts/videos as part of National Podcast Posting Month NaPodPoMo, an event started by the amazing Jennifer Navarette.
WHERE & WHEN:
Every day at 4pm Bucharest, Romania time (where I'm currently living), I'll host a 10-minute livestream on the Podcasting Globally YouTube Channel, the Global Podcast Editors YouTube channel AND my LinkedIn profile. Some lives will be solo shows and some will be where fellow global editors will join me with tips.
SUPPORT THESE LIVE EVENTS with DAILY SPONSORSHIPS:
Audience growth during NaPodPoMo is usually quite high. The episodes are short and the topics practical. Each sponsor mention will be added to 2 YouTube channels, 3 social accounts, 2 newsletters & 1 podcast. If you'd like to sponsor 1 or more of these live events, check out the complete list of these channels and more details here.
To hear episodes, see the list of topics and find out more about this event, click READ MORE!
This podcast is where I follow my own cultural curiosity. In the different types of shows I talk to people who are connected to and impacted by many different cultures. We cover language, podcasting, coffee, books and more.
The podcast is available everywhere cool podcast hang out, including but not limited to The Podcast Index Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser, Stitcher, and so on. If there are any apps that you can't find any the podcast on, let me know and I will get it added. Thanks.
You can listen to Geopats on Buzzsprout OR on your favorite podcast app. Just search for "Geopats "
Here's one of our recent episodes where I chatted with Alison, another expat who grew up with an immigrant parent. I wanted to know how similar our experiences would be. Wow was I surprised.
You can also watch the episodes on YouTube
Here's a language themed interview with novelist, playwright and literary translator Jeremy Tiang.
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