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Protecting Yourself as a Podcast Editor with Gordon Firemark, The Podcast Lawyer™

Protecting Yourself as a Podcast Editor with Gordon Firemark, The Podcast Lawyer™ –PEM013

By Bryan Entzminger | 09/03/2020

“… if they come and ask you, ‘Hey, do you think I can use this stuff?’ I think you got to say, ‘Hey, I’m not a lawyer’.” – Gordon P. FiremarkWhat are my legal rights as a podcast editor? What are my legal responsibilities? How do I protect myself? How much do I need to…

I’m a good podcast editor. Why do I feel like an impostor? – PEM0012

By Bryan Entzminger | 08/20/2020

Imposter syndrome – we all face it. But how do we overcome imposter syndrome and come out stronger? Listen as Heather Wester shares her story.

Podcast Editors: Attract the RIGHT Clients for Your Business – PEM0011

By Bryan Entzminger | 07/30/2020

As podcast editors, we’re almost always interested in finding new ways to attract clients. But what if we’re attracting the WRONG clients? Listen as Britany Felix shares what she’s learned.

The Genius of Boldness and Podcast Engineering School

By Carrie Caulfield Arick | 07/22/2020

“Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it.”* Need to charge more for your services? Need more clients? (Yes and yes!) Then improving your skills and upping your confidence are the catalysts you covet. To get them, consider Podcast Engineering School and employing the genius of boldness. Chris Curran of Podcast Engineering School offers both…

How Podcast Editors Can Create More Diversity and Inclusion

By Carrie Caulfield Arick | 06/30/2020

If you’re struggling to respond to or understand the Black Lives Matter movement personally and professionally, you aren’t alone. There’s a fine line between authentic allyship and service and skeevy marketing strategies. Yet, research shows that diversity and inclusion positively benefits bottom lines.  The millennial and Gen Z generations are the most diverse in history:…

Digital Hoarders and Pedagogy– Podcast Editing Business Edition

By Carrie Caulfield Arick | 06/24/2020

When does your editing business invest in new equipment? Is it when productivity lags? Or is it merely a matter of budget? How do you know when it’s REALLY time to replace equipment? And then what determines how much you spend? We help Bryan decide whether to purchase a new Mac computer or stick with…

What makes your podcast editing service better than AI?

By Carrie Caulfield Arick | 06/10/2020

How does a podcast editor compete as apps like Descript become better at doing our jobs? What is it that you’re really offering? Tanner shares his insight on the future of podcast editing and why accountability as service is critical for survival.    Required reading for this episode: Accountability As A Service (AAAS): The Only Future…

Podcast Editors: Getting Beyond the Edit to Help Podcasters Get What They Want – PEM0006

By Bryan Entzminger | 05/26/2020

Podcast editing is a growing industry that still has opportunities for a lot of people. But the question still remains: “How can I differentiate myself as an editor and be irreplaceable for my clients?” Dava Visaya from PodcastEngineers.com joined us to talk about that question. Dave is a podcast editor from the Philippines who has…

Defining Roles of Podcast Production: What is a podcast editor, producer and engineer?

Defining Roles of Podcast Production: What is a podcast editor, producer and engineer?

By Carrie Caulfield Arick | 05/13/2020

All of us provide a needed service. Yet, as an industry, podcast editors don’t do a great job of defining our job. Editor, producer, and engineer are used interchangeably. So, what do these words truly mean to us, as editors, to our clients and the podcasting space as a whole? We get into the words…

What is an editor's value and why should people buy-in to what we do? If podcasting is an art or performance, then editing is a critical part of the show. Since we listen critically for a living, we can add in extra services and value adds to not only make more sales, but retain clients and be paid fairly for our skills. How do you translate that skill to clients and how do you charge for it?

The Argument for Editing Podcasts So They Don’t Suck with Callie Wright –PEM0004

By Carrie Caulfield Arick | 04/28/2020

What is an editor’s value and why should people buy-in to what we do? If podcasting is an art or performance, then editing is a critical part of the show. Since we listen critically for a living, we can add in extra services and value adds to not only make more sales, but retain clients…

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