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Podcasters' Roundtable

A rotating panel of guests who debate issues facing podcasters and podcasting as a media format. Each Roundtable features a new podcaster from the community of listeners to talk less about the how-to and more about the subjective issues facing podcast producers.
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Dec 21, 2012
We discuss the concept of "competition" as is applies to podcasters podcasting in the same niche. How much do you share with podcasts in your niche? Do you cross promote their shows? Do you have them as guests on your show or even co-host shows together? Is it possible to share audiences? Do you fear losing your audience to another show in your niche? What steps do you take to prevent this from happening? Do you think it's even necessary to compete or can working together actually benefit you? Are there any situations where it might actually be better to be a little competitive or even actively working against another show? Daniel J. Lewis, David Jackson, Corey Fineran and Nick Seuberling join me to discuss these issues and share our experiences with being part of a strong collective of podcasters in the same niche as well as our experience with competition or the competitive feeling.
Nov 15, 2012
On this Round, I talk to six podcasters (the largest Roundtable to date) about their podcasting pet peeves. Those things they see other podcasters doing that frustrate them. We also talk about things we've done wrong with our own podcasts and how we fixed those errors. Learn about the most common mistakes we see podcasters making on a daily basis and how to avoid those in your own show. Joining me for this Round was Daniel J. Lewis, Nick Seuberling, Daniel M. Clark, Martine Ellis, Jason Nagy and Cory Tibbits.
Oct 5, 2012
Over the last year several changes have been made to Feedburner including twitter feed shut downs, deprecation of API's, the loss of the .jp domain and a failure of the statistics system. All of this led to a perfect storm of fear that the core service was also shutting down. On this Round we discuss the facts and fiction of what's going on with Feedburner and ways to move forward using the service or how to get rid of it all together. Panelist on this Round: Ray Ortega from The Podcasters Studio Daniel J. Lewis from The Audacity to Podcast Dave Jackson from School of Podcasting Cliff Ravenscraft from Podcast Answer Man
Sep 5, 2012
Rob Greenlee, Steven Lee, Daniel J. Lewis and Ray Ortega discuss where podcasting has been, is now and where it's headed in the future.
Aug 10, 2012
A live discussion about processing your podcast's audio with hardware and/or software. We discuss if this is a necessary step or just something audiophiles enjoy. Roundtable guests for round two: David Jackson, Mike Phillips, Adam Tinkoff and Mike Russell.
Jul 27, 2012
How much of your podcast do you own? Join Ray Ortega, Dave Jackson, Daniel J. Lewis and Mike Dell to discuss taking as much control over your show as possible whether you're using WordPress, Libsyn, Feedburner, or any one of the many third party options for building and hosting your podcast.
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