21 Jun

Creating Your Podcast: Researching and Planning

Tuesday 21 June 2022,   1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Free for all to attend
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Sarah Lister leads a series of events that will help you to make your podcast idea a reality.
Book your tickets here.

This is the first in a series of sessions being hosted by Sarah Lister on the topic of creating a podcast.

This event is free to attend and will be hosted on the Guild’s website for members to view at their leisure.

During this interactive session you will explore questions to help you research your podcast series and then you’ll establish a step-by-step plan towards making it happen. Topics will include:

  • Why this project is important to you
  • What will make your podcast series unique
  • Why people will listen
  • How people will discover your series
  • Format of the show
  • Who will be involved in making it
  • Core themes and values
  • Budget and funding
  • Cover artwork
  • Music and interludes
  • Planning your next steps

There will be time for questions and planning during the session. If you have any specific questions to ask in advance please email them to [email protected]

About Sarah Lister:

Sarah is a self-employed career coach and podcast host who lives in the Peak District. She also works on a freelance basis with Sheffield Digital, supporting their membership and administration. She left her job as a Data Analyst in London in 2017, and has worked on a variety of freelance projects since then. These have included creating e-learning courses, building websites on Wix, event support in the creative and digital industries, delivering short courses and group mentoring, and supporting small businesses with social media management. She is also training to be a Hill & Moorland Leader, and has experience working with individual and groups in outdoor environments.

If you have any questions about this session, feel free to contact [email protected]

The session will be hosted online and a zoom link will be shared on the day.

These workshops are being delivered thanks to the support of the Sheffield Culture Consortium and the Freelancer Fund.