15 Laman St, Newcastle, NSW, 2300
Learn about the basics of podcasting including refining an idea, storytelling with sound, recording techniques and what gear to use.
Presented by Audiocraft, a specialist Australian radiomaker and podcaster organisation, this course is for emerging producers and people who have an idea for a podcast. It’s an introductory overview of how to develop a podcast idea and transform it into great sounding audio. Attendees will leave with practical tips on refining their idea, thinking about storytelling with sound, basic recording techniques, and what gear to use – so they can launch bravely into the world of audio storytelling.
Selena’s bio: Selena Shannon is a freelance audio content maker. She was previously Executive Producer of All The Best, a national storytelling and documentary program. She has produced feature-length stories for ABC RN’s Earshot, This Is About, The Real Thing, and has worked on FBi Radio’s Backchat and ABC’s Ladies, We Need To Talk. Selena also teaches podcasting and radio at festivals and schools.
This event is being run by Newcastle Libraries as part of the 2019 Hunter Innovation Festival. Check out what else is on the program at the Hunter Innovation Festival web page.