The Good, the Bad, the Yetis. The Story.
In 2018, Daniel wondered out loud in the Podcast Editor’s Club if anyone would be interested in forming a mastermind group for the business of podcast editing. Three people responded: Jennifer, Bryan, and Carrie. Little did we know we would become each other’s champions, advisors and colleagues, but the greatest of friends.
We jokingly named our mastermind The Good, The Bad and the Yetis in one of our first conversations. It stuck.
Every Thursday night, we met to discuss our lives as entrepreneurs and how to do what we do better. We have grown our businesses together, shared resources, leaned on each other when times were tough and business was lean and celebrated our achievements together, big and small. We credit this sort of support for our current success.
And because our little mastermind has become so valuable to us, we want to share it with everyone. That’s why we’re inviting you to join us through the medium we all love: a podcast.
To ensure the professional podcast editing industry thrives.
How it works.
Every other week, we will invite a guest to the show to talk about the business of editing. This could be industry news, dealing with clients, audio production, running a business, or work-life balance.
Guests will have the opportunity to edit the previous episode so that they can both show off their mad skillz and have an example to add to their portfolio, with an audio reference. On the show, we will talk with the guest about how they edited the episode and their editing process.
Who we are.
Daniel Abendroth is a podcast editor and Reaper advocate. He has been editing podcasts professionally since 2015. In 2017, he launched Roth Media, a company offering podcast services to coaches and soloprenuers. You can find more information at https://rothmedia.audio.
Jennifer Longworth’s career in podcasting began in broadcasting, as a volunteer call screener turned traffic reporter on a small community radio station. She went on to use her expertise to found Bourbon Barrel Podcasting and Angel Share Offices, providing businesses, freelancers and podcasters with recording and work space along with podcast launch and editing services. Jennifer is also a co-founder of the female podcast editors community, Just Busters.
Bryan Entzminger is a side hustle podcast editor and a huge fan of Hindenburg Journalist Pro. He's been podcasting since 2014 and editing podcasts professionally and consulting for small businesses and non-profit organizations since 2017. As he builds his business, he balances career, podcast editing, volunteering, family, and leading the Hindenburg-focused Facebook community, Hindy Users (Unofficial). You can find him at TopTierAudio.com.
Carrie Caulfield Arick is the founder of YaYa Podcasting which empowers podcasters & the professionals that serve them to create meaningful impact that changes lives through production and training services. She’s also the host of Just Podcasting and a co-founder of the female podcast editors community, Just Busters.