I grew up listening to the radio, sports radio, talk radio, top 40 hits of yesterday and today, etc. etc. etc. My favorite part of radio was the personalities and, growing up in South Florida, I was privileged to listen to some of the quirkiest, memorable radio DJs: Don Cox, Rick and Suds, Neil Rogers, Phil Hendrie...and on and on.
Podcasting has long replaced radio but the connection with the personalities is still there...and in most place amplified because the rules and restrictions of working within a corporate structure isn't there.
So I'm all for filling up the internet with as many people that want to express themselves as possible.
With that in mind, here are a couple of links that can help podcasters on any level....enjoy!
Here's a great resource for podcasters at any level. There are about a million of these articles out there and this was the most current one I found. www.podcastinsights.com/podcasting-resources/
Not everyone has the same goals when they are creating a space for recording, here's a interesting read about setting up a 'studio space'. https://training.npr.org/2020/03/31/professional-sound-from-a-diy-studio-it-can-be-done/
In general, the NPR Training site has many great resources, obviously it's more in the journalistic vein, but still... training.npr.org
Podcast Platforms...add yours to these!
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