Tag: podcasting

Press Play on a Podcast Press Kit

This post was a collaboration between myself and Elena Fernández-Collins. It was cross-posted on Bello Collective. You and your microphone and maybe some of your friends have concocted a plan: you’re going to make a podcast! It’s a lot of fun, and you find some helpful articles about sound editing. After trying to figure out ...

Podcamp an Upcoming Audio Drama Bootcamp

An exciting upcoming podcast event has been announced: this upcoming June, selected podcasters will be invited to PodCamp,  "a four(ish) day weekend where hand-picked team of artists, actors and producers come together to write, record, perform and publish a complete podcast along a particular theme." Podcamp will be an opportunity for podcasters to band together, ...

Podcast Problems: The Audience as a Third Wheel

There's a common conversation I'm sure you've heard when podcasts are brought up: "Podcasts? Aren't those just four dudes sitting around a mic, talking to each other because they think they're funny?" It's a frustrating joke, a joke that feels dismissive and dated and inaccurate. Haven't we left those days behind? Aren't we better now? Yes, ...

Patreon Goal Reward: My Favorite Podcast Episodes Ever

As a reward for hitting two Patreon goals in one day, here are my all-time favorite podcast episodes. The first four episodes on this list are the only episodes that have ever gotten an A+ from me, and the rest are the episodes I revisit and think about the most often. All of these episodes changed my perception ...

Gabriel Urbina on “Wolf 359,” Audio Dramas, And a Bit of “Controlled Chaos”

Gabriel Urbina is one of the most recognizable names in audio drama podcasting. His seminal Wolf 359, which finished its four-season run at the end of 2017, is widely considered one of the most acclaimed and well-loved pieces of modern audio drama. I was honored to have the opportunity to speak with Urbina on Wolf 359, the ...