Podcasting 101 Fundamentals | Two Hours
Business & Technology
Want to start your own podcast, but you're not sure where to start? This two-hour course will take you through the podcasting process from start to finish! Find out how to choose the topic of your podcast, recording and editing techniques, the steps necessary to publish your podcast on platforms like iTunes, and more. (For an extended edition of this workshop, you can sign up for the three hour edition here. The three hour version includes the first two hours of this course, plus additional learnings.)
The course will also include a recording and editing session, where you gain hands-on podcasting experience! Each attendee will leave with the knowledge necessary to launch their own podcast.
Course instructor Jaime Black has been podcasting for over a decade and working in broadcast for over two decades. In 2005, he launched Dynasty Podcasts, the first ever and longest-running music podcast in the City of Chicago’s history. During that time, he has produced over 1,000 podcast episodes. He also teaches entrepreneurship and freelancing for artists and creatives at Columbia College Chicago.
You are welcome to bring a notebook or laptop to take notes. I will provide mics and recording equipment. Also, I do have two cats. So if you have pet allergies, this workshop might not be for you.
This workshop will take place at Dynasty Podcasts Home Studio. No additional destinations are involved. This demonstrates how podcasting can be done from the comfort of your own home.
Recommended for college students and older, interested in podcasting. No prior podcasting experience is necessary. Beginners welcome!
Attendees are encouraged to bring a laptop or notebook to take course notes.
All ages welcome
I will provide all necessary hardware, software, and podcasting equipment for the course learnings.Cancellation Policy
Jaime Black has been working in Chicago's creative industries for two decades, across radio, live event production, digital media content marketing, and more. He founded Dynasty Podcasts as the first ever and longest-running music podcast in the City of Chicago's history in 2005, and has since recorded over 800 podcast episodes. He has also been producing live podcast events for the last five years, including panels and workshops across Chicago.
In addition to his work as a digital content creator and event producer, he also teaches entrepreneurship and freelancing curriculum at Columbia College Chicago.