- [Instructor] Thanks for watching. Hopefully, you now have all the tools you need to start a podcast. Nothing would make me happier, then for you to tag me when you launch your first podcast after having taken this course. You can follow me on Facebook at Facebook.com/EmeraldCityProductions or on Instagram, @dannyozment. If you want to learn more, you can also check out my blog and podcast, at DannyOzment.com. You can also see my recommended gear list at DannyOzment.com/resources.
If you want to save time, once you launch your podcast, you can find out more about my production services at EmeraldCityPro.com. To learn more about the legal implications of music licensing and other topics related to the business of podcasting, check out Podcasting, Business and Law, with Richard Stim. To go deeper with Pro Tools, look for Scott Hersh's Learning Pro Tools course, and Frank Cook's Pro Tools Essential Training. Thanks again, and have fun creating your podcast.
- Identifying your audience
- Choosing a title, format, and length
- Buying recording equipment and software
- Recording and editing your podcast
- Mastering your podcast episodes for distribution
- Publishing your podcast
- Measuring your audience
- Promoting and marketing your podcast