Creating a Podcast: Community Divas Live!

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Presented at Podcamp Montreal, Eden Spodek and Connie Crosby discuss the creation of their new podcast Community Divas.

Presented at Podcamp Montreal, Eden Spodek and Connie Crosby discuss the creation of their new podcast Community Divas.

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  • 1. Creating a Podcast: Community Divas Live! with Eden Spodek & Connie Crosby Podcamp Montreal 2008
  • 2. Today’s discussion • Why? • How? • What would you like to see?
  • 3. Why?
  • 4. No.....really!
  • 5. Why?
  • 6. Community!!
  • 7. How?
  • 8. First - get organized!
  • 9. We use Google Docs to organize ourselves and share technical notes
  • 10. things to map out • who is your audience? • find a name & a web domain • format • episode length / content / frequency • music, introduction, closing - podsafe music
  • 11. Prepping for episodes
  • 12. Background notes on each speaker includes photo, links & interview questions
  • 13. our technology
  • 14. the importance of mentors
  • 15. “We buoy each other up” - Scarborough Dude
  • 16. We help each other out
  • 17. finding time • we record whenever we can find the time • our goal is to be able to interview individually • both of us should be able to do post- production so either one of us can do it • streamline recordings as much as possible
  • 18. getting the podcast out •the blog / host - Libsyn • Feedburner • iTunes...
  • 19. getting word out • Community Divas blog • our own blogs • podcast directories • twitter • facebook page • friendfeed room
  • 20. what’s next • improving sound & getting more comfortable • submitting podcast to Canada Podcasts directory & Canadian Podcast Buffet (remember also Le Québec en Baladodiffusion) • lots more great interviews planned! • pulling community/events together in our Facebook page • supporting our community
  • 21. What else would you like to see?
  • 22. Suggestions from the session • more about face-to-face traditional communities • working with social change agencies • discussing differences between the communities we are building in Facebook, Friendfeed, Twitter esp. statistics
  • 23. Credit where photo credit is due • Julien Smith - PAB2008 by Financial Aid Podcast http://flickr.com/photos/financialaidpodcast/2604008784/ • Glow bracelets on PAB cruise by Andy Caster http://flickr.com/photos/andycast/2598526803/ • bookshelf spectrum, revisited by chotda http://flickr.com/photos/santos/1704875109/ • Food preparation--visual poem by er1danus http://flickr.com/photos/er1danus/1936971937/ • Ducks 3 (rubber duckies) by woodsy http://www.sxc.hu/photo/945501 • This could go bad! (Chris Brogan) by Bill Deys http://www.flickr.com/photos/deys/2597710321/ • all other images are by Connie Crosby and are available under Creative Commons attribution licence
  • 24. Thank you Eden Spodek & Connie Crosby communitydivas@gmail.com http://communitydivas.com