No matter the format your local podcast, you are telling the stories of your community.
So how do you become a better storyteller?
“Practice” is certainly part of the answer. But before you can practice, you need some knowledge of stories and how to communicate with your voice, music, and sounds.
The purpose of this episode is to point you toward resources that will give you the knowledge you need to improve your audio storytelling abilities.
Plus, I’ll give you 7 ideas for telling the stories of your community.
BONUS: The last resource I’ll mention is a surprise. You have to listen to the episode to discover what that is.
Continue reading to get the links to resources mentioned in this episode.
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Mentioned in this episode
Jessica Abel’s Out on the Wire resources
Out on the Wire, the podcast
Out on the Wire, the Google+ group
The heart of local podcasting (Podcast Local episode 1)
Tell the stories of your community’s history (Podcast Local episode 4)
3 approaches to using music (Podcast Local episode 6)