So you want to start your own Hear at Duke original podcast...
Hear at Duke was built to encourage creativity through audio. It’s not enough to produce our own podcast; we want to help others do it too! If you’ve entertained a thought something like: “wow, that would make a really good podcast!” or if, like the rest of us, your newest celebrity crush is Michael Barbaro, you should reach out to us to see how we can make your idea transform into a production.
Here's how we can help at each step of the process
If all that sounds good to you, this is how the process to start
your own Hear at Duke Original Podcast usually goes
Submit your idea with this form:
We always invite new podcasters to our General Body Meetings, held on Mondays at 7:30 pm. It can be very useful and inspiring for beginners to pitch their ideas to a large group and participate in a back-and-forth discussion with many different perspectives. Plus, we have always have fun exploring new podcast possibilities!
However, if you can’t make it on Mondays, a Hear at Duke member or two will find another time to meet with you.
In this first meeting, we will:
“Starting” means interviewing your first guest or recording your first segment. Our best piece of advice for podcast production is to go for it, now rather than later. Working with us means that you’ll be getting your hands dirty as soon as you have a recorder!
Coming by a great idea is hard, but bringing it to fruition can be much harder. A large part of promoting audio production is offering encouragement to keep moving forward. Hear at Duke hopes to help with this by: