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Creating a Podcast:



Community Divas Live!
  with Eden Spodek & Connie Crosby
        Podcamp Montreal 2008
Today’s discussion
• Why?
• How?
• What would you like to see?
Why?
No.....really!
Why?
Community!!
How?
First - get organized!
We use Google Docs to
organize ourselves and
 share technical notes
things to map out
• who is your audience?
• find a name & a web domain
• format
 • episode length / content / frequency
 • ...
Prepping for episodes
Background notes on
 each speaker includes
photo, links & interview
       questions
our technology
the importance of mentors
“We buoy each other up”
      - Scarborough Dude
We help each other out
finding time
• we record whenever we can find the time
• our goal is to be able to interview
  individually
• both of us sho...
getting the podcast out

•the blog / host - Libsyn
• Feedburner
• iTunes...
getting word out
• Community Divas blog
• our own blogs
• podcast directories
• twitter
• facebook page
• friendfeed room
what’s next
•   improving sound & getting more comfortable

•   submitting podcast to Canada Podcasts
    directory & Cana...
What else
would you like
   to see?
Suggestions from the session

 • more about face-to-face traditional
   communities
 • working with social change agencies...
Credit where photo credit is due
•   Julien Smith - PAB2008 by Financial Aid Podcast
    http://flickr.com/photos/financiala...
Thank you
         Eden Spodek
              &
        Connie Crosby
communitydivas@gmail.com
 http://communitydivas.com
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Presented at Podcamp Montreal, Eden Spodek and Connie Crosby discuss the creation of their new podcast Community Divas.

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  1. 1. Creating a Podcast: Community Divas Live! with Eden Spodek & Connie Crosby Podcamp Montreal 2008
  2. 2. Today’s discussion • Why? • How? • What would you like to see?
  3. 3. Why?
  4. 4. No.....really!
  5. 5. Why?
  6. 6. Community!!
  7. 7. How?
  8. 8. First - get organized!
  9. 9. We use Google Docs to organize ourselves and share technical notes
  10. 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. 11. Prepping for episodes
  12. 12. Background notes on each speaker includes photo, links & interview questions
  13. 13. our technology
  14. 14. the importance of mentors
  15. 15. “We buoy each other up” - Scarborough Dude
  16. 16. We help each other out
  17. 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. 18. getting the podcast out •the blog / host - Libsyn • Feedburner • iTunes...
  19. 19. getting word out • Community Divas blog • our own blogs • podcast directories • twitter • facebook page • friendfeed room
  20. 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. 21. What else would you like to see?
  22. 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. 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. 24. Thank you Eden Spodek & Connie Crosby communitydivas@gmail.com http://communitydivas.com
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