The Podcasting Panel: Beginnings

On Friday, October 20, 2017, I hosted a panel discussion (in partnership with Innovation Works) for anyone interested in learning more about starting their own podcast. This discussion is produced and made available as a resource for anyone in the community thinking about joining the ranks of the ‘DIY broadcasters.’

Thanks to a great panel of experienced, funny, and informative people!

The Panelists

  • Charles Blazevic is the General Manager, 121 Studios (unLondon)
  • Stephanie Ciccarelli (@StephCiccarelli) is Founder and Chief Brand Officer at Author of Voice Acting For Dummies (Wiley Publishing, 2013), The Podcasting Ebook (2005), and The Definitive Guide To Voice-Over Success (2005)
  • Stuart Clark (@StuartClark) is an IT professional, writer, podcaster and technology enabler. Co-host of the Canadian Tech Podcast
  • “Backstage Ben” Cummings (@BackstageBen) is Producer and co-host of Jeff and Rachel in the Morning on 97.5 Virgin Radio, voiceover artist, movie reviewer and overall pop-culture sponge
  • Dan Dawson is a retired, veteran broadcaster, and a popular public voice and announcer at community events of all kinds in the city
  • Lindsay Harris is Coordinator, Public Service: Innovative Spaces and Services for London Public Library
  • James Shelley (hey, that’s me)

Links to equipment discussed on the podcast…

Panel’s suggestions for further learning…

Next event… Join Janet Frood, Jennifer O’Brien, Heenal Rajani, and James Shelley at London Public Library for a special edition of Curious Public entitled, The Art and Anatomy of the Question (Monday, November 13, 2017). This will be an interesting discussion for interviewers, researchers, journalists, podcasters, and anyone interested in developing their question-asking (and listening) skills.

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