This is a brief episode that is repurposed from www.PodcastReporter.com, and it will focus on 2 items:
– What the Apple(R) announcement means to podcasters today; and
– An upcoming free webcast on how to podcast.
These are both from Paul Colligan — a name who is a luminary, thought leader and pundit in the podcasting space, as well as the YouTube video space. For screencasters, this progression from pure YouTube video may be important.
He has his own podcasts in the podosphere — in addition to his current podcast show, Thinking Out Loud, he has a recent addition called The Podcast Report (not to confuse it with www.PodcastReporter.com).
1. The Apple(R) announcement of 9 September 2014
In episode 13 of Paul Colligan’s The Podcast Report, we get Paul’s perspectives on what the April 9, 2014, announcement from Apple(R) means to podcasters, especially in the area of monetization. He focuses on getting away from the old method of making money with your podcast, and he has cases in point with today’s celebrities.
To get the 10-minute summary and perspectives from Paul, you can go to the web site of www.ThePodcastReport and listen to episode 13 — or better yet, we encourage you to subscribe to his podcast on iTunes(R).
2. A FREE Webcast from Paul Colligan on 30 September 2014
In his weekly New Media “newscast email” called HEADS UP TUESDAY, Paul Colligan announced that he will be doing a FREE Live Webcast on “How to Podcast.”
The free event will be around 8pm or 9pm Eastern time on 30 September 2014. You can go to the event at:
and Paul is soliciting feedback, as well. If there is anything you want to make sure that he covers on the LIVE event, you can post it in the comments at:
Cross-promotion with Paul Colligan
Finally, we wanted to thank Paul for giving the podcast show at
a 60-second promotion on his episode 13 of The Podcast Report (at the end of the episode).
We will be reciprocating in a future episode and give Paul his message as part of our cross-promotion. This is a great and courteous practice for podcasters to alert their audiences of valuable content that is complimentary to their own topics and themes.
Screencasters can also engage in this practice with other screencasters, as well.
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