I’ve been podcasting since 2005 and writing and speaking about it ever since. I’ve produced countless episodes for myself and for clients, and sometimes coach new podcasters.
When you begin to podcast, you quickly realize there’s a lot to learn. For the sake of newcomers to the world of podcast production, I thought I’d curate a list of podcasting resources.
In doing my research, I discovered something interesting. In almost every collection of information I found, there was something I disagreed with. Some people recommend a microphone I don’t like. Others suggest a hosting service I don’t think offers good service. Still others publish posts with so many typos (like the name of a mic) that I can’t trust them.
Here, then, is my highly biased list of ridiculously good podcasting resources. Feel free to add your own favourites in the comments.
Of course, this is not an exhaustive list by any means, but many might find it useful. I plan to update the list from time to time.
Blubrry Podcasting Manual tells you everything you know to get started.
NPR Audio Training shares tips from people who have been producing audio brilliantly for years.
Edison Research publishes useful statistics about podcasting every year.
Pacific Content shares articles about podcasting, from tech tips to marketing and more.
The Hot Pod Newsletter by Nick Quah is filled with news and insights about the podcasting industry.
The Audacity to Podcast: a helpful podcast about podcasting, by Daniel J. Lewis.
Dave Jackson’s School of Podcasting: just like the name says.
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