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392- Remote recording as possibly the new normal

In this episode of PodcastReporter.com, we discuss the possibility of remote recording for podcast interviews, discussions and dialog being the “new normal” due to the plandemic situation of the Chinese Whan virus (aka Covid-19 and Corona virus).

Due to the lockdown and isolation mandated during this plandemic, the main communications cannot be done in person at conferences or across the table. Thus, they are relegated to the following:

  • remote interviews via Skype or internet or online tools;
  • “double-ender” interviews or conversations or dialog, where each podcaster records his own audio and then sends it to the remote other podcaster for final synchronization, editing and finalization of production to create the mp3 file;
  • social media online tools such as Zoom, Skype, Squadcast (just to name a few);
  • any other “social distance” or “new distance” models of separation;
  • or the good old-fashioned telephone conversations recorded with such non-high-tech tools as the smart phone speakers, etc.

Now I know that many podcasters do NOT like the phrase “new normal.” So the description, above, will serve to describe the new environment during the isolation and lock-down period.

I do conduct remote interviews with my co-host, Matt Cox of Brunch With the Brits podcast — and we use the double-ender method to do the recording. I then receive the audio recording from Matt, and then I synchronize the tracks in one audio editing environment, and then I finally edit and produce the show to create the final mp3 file.

The episode also mentions other solutions for your research and discovery, so that you can then help to select the remote environment recording with your co-hosts and interviewees.

So, whatever remote recording interview software that you decide to use, we hope that you will create effective content for your podcast that you will produce in this new normal of virtual environments.

Thank you for your attention.

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272- Theme of time — how long a podcast should be

In this episode of  The Podcast Reporter, we reflect on the age-old question asked by those contemplating entering the podosphere (as well as other self-appointed pundits): how long should a podcast be in terms of time?

And in this audio episode, we explore the options.

Thank you for your attention.

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