Podcasting 101 | Remote Recording Edition
Business & Technology
Learn how to create your own podcast from home, in this virtual workshop from veteran digital media producer Jaime Black, who started podcasting in 2005!
This two hour online workshop will introduce a number of methods at varying price points for recording remote podcast interviews and conversations. Remote recording meaning, if you as the host are in Chicago, you can connect and record with a guest in LA, or New York, or even across the street. All from the comfort and safety of your own home.
The workshop also covers podcast production, with no prior editing experience necessary! Even if you've never done digital media production before, you'll learn how to edit audio in this course. After your session, you’ll understand what goes into producing a professional sounding podcast.
Additionally, we’ll learn how to publish your podcast to platforms like Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and more, so listeners can easily access your show.
This virtual Zoom workshop is hosted by veteran podcaster Jaime Black, who has been podcasting for more than fifteen years. In 2005, he launched Dynasty Podcasts, the first ever and longest-running music podcast in Chicago’s history. Since that time, he has been profiled for his podcasting work in outlets like the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, and more, and has spoken about podcasting at conferences like SXSW, Podcast Movement, and more.
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Jaime Black has been working in Chicago's creative industries for two decades, across radio, live event production, digital media content marketing, and more. He founded Dynasty Podcasts as the first ever and longest-running music podcast in the City of Chicago's history in 2005, and has since recorded over 1000 podcast episodes. He has also been producing live podcast events for the last decade, including panels and workshops across Chicago.
In addition to his work as a digital content creator and event producer, he also teaches entrepreneurship and freelancing curriculum at Columbia College Chicago.