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Michael Woodland : Podcast solutions
Podcasting : new aural cultures and digital media / Llinares, Dario 2018
Alternative media has arisen from the need of the activists and communities to disseminate their ideas, retain their freedom of speech and create a distinction that differentiates their authenticity from other media types or traditional media. They establish a link with the target audience and an identity that brings their qualities together in a pattern (young people, open-minded, rebels, etc.) that is not different from their audience (young people, open-minded, dissidents, etc.).
The course will focus on the concept of Podcasting and how that is will affect media communication in the coming years.
The course will also be a practice place to familiarizing yourself with the different levels of the podcast production: voice (s), atmosphere, sound effects, music, and also the sound mix in which the stories are brought together using the Audacity program.
KEY TOPICS from the practice part:
Understand the benefits of having a podcast
Know the equipment you need to get started
Create your podcast art, intros, outros, and style
Set up your equipment to record high-quality audio
Record interviews over Skype, zoom, etc
Edit your podcast with Audacity
Upload and host your podcast files
Submit your podcast to iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, and Spotify
Launch your podcast with or without an audience