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Posted by on Jun 21, 2012 in Fringe, Podcasts | 2 comments

TFP Episode 452-BlogWorld Panel with Jay & Jack, Zach Logan and Rob Cesternino

TFP Episode 452-BlogWorld Panel with Jay & Jack, Zach Logan and Rob Cesternino

In this episode of The Fringe Podcast we bring you the entire BlogWorld & New Media Expo panel, “Tips & Techniques For Building a Successful Fan Podcast.” This panel was organized and moderated by The Fringe Podcast co-host Darrell Darnell, and included Rob Cesternino from “Rob Has a Podcast”, Zach Logan from “The One Piece Podcast” and Jay & Jack Glatfelter from “The Lost Podcast With Jay & Jack.” The panel was part of the podcasting track at BlogWorld & New Media Expo in New York on June 5, 2012.

Topics covered in the pane include how to choose the right topic, how to successfully market your podcast, how to set up and conduct interviews, how to organize your show, how to make money podcasting and more! All audience questions are also recorded and included in the podcast.

This panel is just one of over 150 sessions, workshops and interviews that you get access to when you get the BlogWorld Virtual Ticket! This ticket is still available and all the content is available to listen to online or download for later. Click here to get the BlogWorld Virtual Ticket today!

We want to thank Cliff Ravenscraft, Shane Ketterman and all the great folks at BlogWorld & New Media Expo (now New Media Expo) for allowing us to be a part of this event and for creating a wonderful educational conference!

Send in your theories and feedback to 304-837-2278 or feedback@thefringepodcast.com.

2 Comments

  1. Hey ya’ll. Just a quick note here as I listened to this podcast today at work. I actually found it quite interesting and very informative. Almost inspired me to give it a try….almost. I don’t have the time, resources or something I’m that passionate about yet.

    I was curious about the panel ya’ll were moderating and am glad you posted it. Good job there by the way.

    ttfn

    • Thank you Kristin, I’m glad you enjoyed listening to the podcast. It was a lot of fun doing it! Hopefully we’ll get the chance to do it again! If you do ever decide to start podcasting, I’m glad to answer any questions you have.

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