Having been a long-time fan and listener (predominantly, though occasionally on the video releases on YouTube) of the Podcasters’ RoundTable, I put my virtual hand up to be a guest on their show and after a smallish delay, I was invited by Ray to join on Round 162!
There’s a link here: Podcasters’ RoundTable Round 162: Podcasters Don’t Care About Live Streaming and also on the As a Guest episode list.
We covered a lot of ground and talked about the following:
- Checking expectations with Guests for time limits when you’re recording
- Whether it’s okay to break an episode into multiple separate episodes (e.g. Pragmatic Tesla Ep 82/83)
- Podcast Apps with the most longevity…and why we think that is
- When making a podcast, should we be anywhere and everywhere?
- Are Twitter spaces really podcasting?
- The “art” of Live broadcasting vs heavily post-produced podcasts
- Our experiences with live streaming: Is your show the right kind of show for live?
- Consolidation of Podcast advertising platforms over the past decade
- Difficulty of building a network with professional engineers
- Sponsorship vs Advertising vs Patronage
- Patreon vs iTunes Subscription experiences
- Spotify acquisition of Findaway Voices (Audiobook production)
Thanks again so much to Ray and Dave for having me on the roundtable. I had a blast!