Seen and Heard in Edmonton

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Summary

Our February meetup was kind of a sequel to an earlier meetup on how to get started. Among the aspiring podcasters in that audience were journalists Trisha Estabrooks and Alex Zabjek. At that point, they knew they wanted to do a podcast, but they had so many questions. They got some answers at that meetup, and found a lot more on their own on their way to launching The Broadcast, a show about women and politics in Alberta. So I decided to have them back to share what it took to pull the trigger. "You guys inspired us to dig a little deeper and figure it out," Trisha told the assembled podcasters. That was nice to hear! You'll also hear them talk about the weird obstacle of getting iTunes cover art; overcoming other technical and psychological barriers; understanding everything takes longer than you think; an interesting way to possibly get paid; the logistics of where to record when the Edmonton Public Library's Makerspace isn't available; and the difference between broadcasting and podcasting. This episode is also available in iTunes, on Google Play, on SoundCloud or on Stitcher. You can subscribe to The Broadcast in iTunes. You'll also find it on Facebook. Find the hosts on Twitter: @a_zabjek and @trishestabrooks. Thanks to CafeRista for catering, and Edmojis for pins to give our guests, and many thanks to our door prize donors:  PodSummit, Western Canada's first podcasting conference, happening in Calgary on May 6 (I'll be there);  Edmonton Opera, which has announced its 2017-18 season; Variant Edition, which also hosts the Edmonton Podcasting Meetup. The next meetup is March 26 on the topic of how to get more people to listen to podcasts, especially local ones. We'll have Chris Chang-Yen Phillips of Let's Find Out and Katrina Ingram of CKUA Radio on the panel. Sign up here. This episode of Seen and Heard in Edmonton is brought to you by Castria, where award-winning podcasters help you take your podcast from idea to reality. Castria’s Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky record and edit both our live meetups and the regular interviews you hear on Seen and Heard in Edmonton. If you'd like them to help you, visit wearecastria.com.

Show Notes

Our February meetup was kind of a sequel to an earlier meetup on how to get started. Among the aspiring podcasters in that audience were journalists Trisha Estabrooks and Alex Zabjek.

At that point, they knew they wanted to do a podcast, but they had so many questions. They got some answers at that meetup, and found a lot more on their own on their way to launching The Broadcast, a show about women and politics in Alberta. So I decided to have them back to share what it took to pull the trigger.

"You guys inspired us to dig a little deeper and figure it out," Trisha told the assembled podcasters. That was nice to hear!

You'll also hear them talk about the weird obstacle of getting iTunes cover art; overcoming other technical and psychological barriers; understanding everything takes longer than you think; an interesting way to possibly get paid; the logistics of where to record when the Edmonton Public Library's Makerspace isn't available; and the difference between broadcasting and podcasting.

This episode is also available in iTunes, on Google Play, on SoundCloud or on Stitcher.

You can subscribe to The Broadcast in iTunes. You'll also find it on Facebook. Find the hosts on Twitter: @a_zabjek and @trishestabrooks.

Thanks to CafeRista for catering, and Edmojis for pins to give our guests, and many thanks to our door prize donors: 

The next meetup is March 26 on the topic of how to get more people to listen to podcasts, especially local ones. We'll have Chris Chang-Yen Phillips of Let's Find Out and Katrina Ingram of CKUA Radio on the panel. Sign up here.

This episode of Seen and Heard in Edmonton is brought to you by Castria, where award-winning podcasters help you take your podcast from idea to reality.

Castria’s Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky record and edit both our live meetups and the regular interviews you hear on Seen and Heard in Edmonton. If you'd like them to help you, visit wearecastria.com.

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A weekly conversation with independent media producers in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.