Mr. Podcast Engineer himself, Chris Curran, join us on this episode of PodLords. Chris is a great guy and an encyclopedia on how to produce high quality audio.
Check his Podcast Engineering School HERE.
Bandrew Scott is the king of mic reviews on YouTube and a podcaster in his own right. We talk about podcasting, his recommended mics for every level of podcaster and how the right mic is important but not the magic bullet for success some might think.
David Hooper has been in podcasting since the early days but with a background in the music business he thinks differently. We talk to David about his philosophy on podcasting.
You can find his book at Amazon.com: Big Podcast – Grow Your Podcast Audience, Build Listener Loyalty, and Get Everybody Talking About Your Show
You can check out his book at Amazon.com: Big Podcast – Grow Your Podcast Audience, Build Listener Loyalty, and Get Everybody Talking About Your Show
Radio and podcasting veteran James Cridland joins us to talk about his journey, where we are in podcasting and where we are going.
We discuss the influx of large companies into podcasting, the continued importance of indies and why we should be optimistic about the future.
You can find James’ site at Podnews.net
She’s been nominated for a Webby Award, she is a published author and her success is the result of a podcast that started with a Rock Band mic! Emily Prokop talks to us about the story behind her hit podcast The Story Behind on this edition of PodLords.
You can find Emily’s website here: thestorybehindpodcast.com
And, her book here: The Story Behind: The Extraordinary History Behind Ordinary Objects
Elsie Escobar is a Hall of Fame podcaster and thought leader in the industry. She is a self-described “die-hard podcast junkie who lives, breathes and works the medium and has since 2006.”
Follow on Spotify (more outlets coming soon)
Elsie talks to us about her journey, the importance of the empowerment of diverse voices, and where she thinks the industry is headed.
Find her website at elsieescobar.com