Podcasting for Museums and Galleries:
How To Tell Great Stories and Expand Your Audience
One Day Seminar | London | Monday 5 October 2009
Podcasting for Museums & Galleries is an intensive, information-packed event which is limited to just 25 participants to ensure that your particular institution’s needs are fully met.
The lead trainer will be Jude Habib, director of SoundDelivery, one of the UK’s leading podcast producers, whose clients include the British Museum, Museum of London and the British Library.
The seminar will take participants through the complete audio podcasting process from start to finish, with both practical demonstrations and actionable, in-depth information and advice. You’ll be able to discuss your organisation’s distinctive requirements, your needs and your approach.
You’ll be taught the skills you need to collect stories, case studies and other relevant audio material that can be used to enhance, communicate and promote the work of your organisation.
* Telling Stories – a creative session to explore ideas and formats for audio appropriate for your organisation, including podcasting
* Developing your interviewing skills
* Tooling up: the equipment and software you need to get started
* How to use audio equipment to collect audio content
* How to carry out basic sound editing on a PC
* How to turn material into an mp3 file or podcast and upload it to a website
* How to market your podcast and expand your audience
Who should attend?
The seminar is suitable for professionals involved in: audience development; communication, marketing and fundraising; interpretation and presentation; learning and schools; online and information services; social inclusion and community outreach.
We are releasing a limited number of places on this seminar at a reduced rate of just £147, saving 25% on the full rate.
To take advantage of this saving, please don’t delay reserving your
place(s). Seats will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis and can be booked at: www.museumsetc.com/?p=54
DEADLINE: 30 August 2009