Podcasting Without a Net(work) (Day 1)

Individual podcasters working with slim budgets and strained resources share how they create their best work while trying to grow audiences and raise money, often while holding down another full time job...

Individual podcasters working with slim budgets and strained resources share how they create their best work while trying to grow audiences and raise money, often while holding down another full time job...

At the 2018 Third Coast Conference, this session explore the “podcasting alone” terrain, including: how to choose a compelling narrative-based podcast concept worth your moonlighting hours, making the most of your limited budget, and how to find partners, audiences, and more support — all while maintaining a sense of creative joy about your show. Hosted by Julie Shapiro of Radiotopia (PRX), who fields questions like these nearly every day, and with panel of podcasters working with big ideas and slim budgets.

Here's the panel from the first day of Podcasting Without a Net(work):

To listen to the second day of this session, with a separate set of panelists, click here.

Here's a link to the full transcript of the this episode, thanks to Descript (coming soon).


Featuring

Julie Shapiro

Julie Shapiro (@jatomic) is the executive producer of Radiotopia from PRX - a curated network of extraordinary, story-driven podcasts. She is also the executive producer of Ear Hustle.