Over at the Online Journalism Blog, Paul Bradshaw has written a case study on using and understanding narrative to improve your podcasts.
Once you make a few recordings, you generally wish to improve 'how' you go about producing further recordings. I think Paul covers many interesting elements here and I'll be seeing how I can interpret some of this for my own recordings.
Read Podcasting and principles of narrative – a case study, Paul Bradshaw 2012
Posted by Zak Mensah on Monday 06 February 2012
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