How to make money podcasting:
1) Join a network with money like Stitcher and put 3+ ads in your show.
2) $upport another podcast by using your fan base and feed to preview their first episode.
3) Put archived, older episodes behind a paywall.
COINCIDENTALLY, these are all the reasons I have stopped listening to podcasts.
Self-promo is hard. So, I'm attempting to be better at it.
So anxious about this #podcast project on #MentalHealth. Conducting my first interview, for an edited, radio-doc style show in a few minutes.
I can edit, let it be what it will be, yet so nervous and keyed up.
Fear. That perfectionist crazy for outside validation because I have a hard time validating myself.
Speaking of future production. I need to check the specs of my spouse's old laptop. Maybe I can drop linux on it and use @Jami or another option to record non-local guests. Hooking the laptop up as another source to my audio interface on my main machine to be able to get a separate track. Hmm. If the fans are loud, it's a no go.
I was terrible at promoting tonight's live #podcast. Oh well. It happens.
We're doing a "Sauce Packet" in 45 minutes on #StarTrekDiscovery
The sauce packets are just 20 min, one topic shows with myself and Paul. Fun for us, breaks up the hour shows, and gives us time for editing and posting.
Listen live and chat live with us:
It was a weird coincidence that the villain in Operation Kid Brother wore the same outfit as me and my co-host wear when we podcast. Connery's brother Neil doesn't even bat an eye. http://filmfrown.com/2019/03/24/operation-kid-brother/
Poorly dubbed film or bad script? We didn't care either way. We had a blast talking about For Y'ur Height Only on the Film Frown #podcast. Have a laugh with us, won't you?
Writer, video editor, motion graphics occasionally pay me. Creating art and having conversations fuel me.
The social network of the future: No ads, no corporate surveillance, ethical design, and decentralization! Own your data with Mastodon!