Do You Have What it Takes to Start a Podcast?
Is it too late to start a podcast?
Is the market too saturated?
How much time, money and resources are needed to do it well?
These are questions we often hear. So we are bringing in a mix of subject matter experts in the podcasting field as well as some local Indy podcast hosts who have taken the leap into podcasting. With a variety of skillsets, goals for their podcasts, and experience, you can learn what you don't know, what to avoid, and what to expect if you are thinking of starting or restarting a podcast!
Register for our 4 Week LIVE Webinar Starting Wednesday April 14th 2p-3pm. Keep reading for more on topics, guests and all the additional resources you get when you register!
"Podcasting is the best form of media that there is - cheapest, most intimate, most powerful." David Hooper, The Big Podcast
"You may think it's too late to start a podcast with over 250k active podcasts out there (as of November 2020), but that's a drop in the bucket to Youtube channels, Facebook pages, Instagram sites etc." Tim Dooner, Chattanooga Media and FreightWaves
More about the 4 Week Webinar Series
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Learn from subject matter experts along with local hosts who have started their own podcasts.
Ask your questions during the live Q&A weekly (15-20 minutes) after the hosted panel discussion.
Access to a private resource page for webinar participants. Tools, tips and other resources will be available to download on a variety of podcasting topics.
Two free hours of time in the Nexus Creative Suite that is equipped with acoustical panels and podcasting technology. *Late Registration Discounted fee does not include Creative Suite Hours.
SWAG delivered straight to you to help you engage and stay focused on what matters.
Access to a private facebook group with other participants, hosts and guests to continue the conversation and ask the question you forgot to ask during the webinar (don't we all do that?).
Week 1: Recording (April 14th)
Expert Rachel Downey of Share Your Genius is a storyteller and podcast strategist.
Local Host: Carla Taylor host of
Bring Your Brilliance.
She started Share Your Genius to create branded content at scale, leveraging her team's creative expertise and ability to tell stories worth selling, all as the premier full-service podcast agency in the United States.
Personal Branding Evangelist and LinkedIn Strategist Carla Taylor interviews amazing people who are bringing their brilliance and forging their own path. She helps business leaders navigate the unknown by helping them stay relevant and known in their field, be their authentic selves, and love what they do.
Week 2: Editing & Equipment (April 21st)
Expert Guest: Jenn Edds is the Head-Broad-in-Charge at The Brassy Broadcasting Company.
She started working in podcasting in 2014. Jen puts her clients in the ears, heads, and hearts of new audiences by walking them through her Launch to Legendary™ Podcasting process with Brassy Broadcasting.
Local Host: Steve Roseman host of the DoCast Podcast.
The mission for DoCast is simple - do good together. We're bringing donors, board members, companies, nonprofits and just altogether awesome people on to shed light on the good they're doing and to help nonprofits across the world succeed at their craft - doing good.
Week 3: Marketing (April 28th)
Expert Guest: David Hooper is a media marketing expert based in Nashville, TN.
He specializes in helping individuals and companies build audiences via broadcasting and podcasting. His latest book is Big Podcast – How To Grow Your Podcast Audience, Build Listener Loyalty, and Get Everybody Talking About Your Show.
Local Host: Vicki Bohlsen host of
Taking Care in Business Podcast.
"Taking Care in Business" is a podcast that dives into the topic of Corporate Social Responsibility from many different perspectives.
Host Vicki Bohlsen is the founder and president of Bohlsen Group, a unified marketing agency that was also the first B Corp certified company in Indiana.
Week 4: Legal & Ethics (May 5th)
Expert Guest: Kelley Keller, Esq. and host of The Trademark Girl Podcast.
Kelley is an intellectual property attorney who started a podcast called the Trademark Girl to help leaders build their business. On the Trademark Girl, she provides bite-sized, easy to understand, and highly actionable tips, tricks, and takeaways to help you protect and leverage your brand and creative work.
Local Host: Derrin Slack host of Stood in the Gap Podcast.
Stood in the Gap is a new podcast that focuses on the journey of where leaders were before they achieved their goals. It's stories often left untold, yet those stories made the difference between giving up and pressing on.