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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 an interesting…

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…

How can I find my first podcast editing client? – PEM0003

By Bryan Entzminger | 04/16/2020

One of the questions we hear from new podcast editors all the time is, “How can I find my first client?” Let’s be honest – it can be hard, confusing, daunting, and scary.  You know what you’re doing but you don’t know where to find clients. Or more specifically, you might not know where (and…

Podcast editors: have you thought about how you’ll handle a global health crisis? – PEM0002

By Bryan Entzminger | 04/02/2020

As professional podcast editors, we are also business owners. That means that it’s our job to not only support our clients but also to manage our business and to plan for the future. In this episode of the Podcast Editors Mastermind, we talked about both the current health crisis due to COVID-19, as well as…

podcast editors mastermind recorded live at podfest 2020

How do masterminds and conferences benefit podcast editors? – PEM0001

By Bryan Entzminger | 03/24/2020

This year at Podfest also saw the first-ever Podcast Editor’s Conference. While there were several amazing speakers, the one that stood out the most was from Craig Wealand called Ethics of Editing & Disfluencies. He talked about disfluencies and the ethics of editing podcasts. While this topic got everyone thinking, it brought to mind a…

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