Podcasting 101: A Series

The beauty of podcasting is that just about anyone can do it. You don’t need to get hired, or know the right people--you can make it from home and put it out into the world. But where do you start?


We've compiled a series of 101 articles to help you with just that! We've set them in the order we think would make the most sense for a beginning podcaster, but feel free to hop around!


  1. Finding the Idea for Your Podcast

  2. The Right Equipment for Your Podcast

  3. Studio Space and How to Create Clean Recordings

  4. Sound Editing and Recording Software

  5. Recording Tips

  6. Scheduling Your Release Dates

  7. Where to Host Your Podcast

  8. Networking

  9. Branding


Whether you're hoping to make a career out of podcasts and modern radio, or if you're just stoked about a new hobby, we hope these guides will make things easier! If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to leave them in the comments.


Like we say a few times in these articles, the world of podcasting is still very new and very much the wild, wild west. Welcome to the frontlines of an ever evolving medium, cowboy!

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