Audio: Making Podcasts Profitable from New Media Q&A 2015 with Douglas E. Welch

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What are the ways to make podcasts profitable? Oooo, that’s a big one. Actually, after 10 years of podcasting it’s actually starting to get some better methods of actually making money from your podcast. That said, when I started podcasting back in 2004 – I was one of the first 20 podcasters once that term was coined – I have never looked at podcasting as a way of making money itself. I’m not an entertainment industry person. I don’t see myself producing a show. I used my podcasting to support everything else that I do. For example, I podcasted the career column I wrote for many, many years, because it brought people to my blog. It brought people to my consulting services. it brought people to my books, so on and so forth.

Links mentioned in this video: 

Voiceover: Techniques and Tactics for Success by Janet Wilcox  

 iTunes Podcast Directory

 Free Blogging Sites 

http://Wordpress.com http://Blogger.com 

Royalty Free Music

Kevin MacLeod – http://incompetech.com

Amazon Affiliate Program 

Audible.com 

Far Lands of Bust 

KurtJMac Patreon Page 

Rob Paulson and Talking Toons 

More information on Douglas E. Welch and Careers in New Media:

Video: Making Podcasts Profitable from New Media Q&A 2015 with Douglas E. Welch

A clip from this longer presentation — New Media Q&A 2015 for UCLA Extension Voiceover Class. Watch the entire presentation here!

Douglas answers questions from students in Janet Wilcox’s online Voiceover class at UCLA Extension.

Transcript:

What are the ways to make podcasts profitable? Oooo, that’s a big one. Actually, after 10 years of podcasting it’s actually starting to get some better methods of actually making money from your podcast. That said, when I started podcasting back in 2004 – I was one of the first 20 podcasters once that term was coined – I have never looked at podcasting as a way of making money itself. I’m not an entertainment industry person. I don’t see myself producing a show. I used my podcasting to support everything else that I do. For example, I podcasted the career column I wrote for many, many years, because it brought people to my blog. It brought people to my consulting services. it brought people to my books, so on and so forth.

Links mentioned in this video:

Voiceover: Techniques and Tactics for Success by Janet Wilcox  

iTunes Podcast Directory

Free Blogging Sites

http://Wordpress.com http://Blogger.com

Royalty Free Music

Kevin MacLeod – http://incompetech.com

Amazon Affiliate Program Audible.com Far Lands of Bust KurtJMac Patreon Page Rob Paulson and Talking Toons

More information on Douglas E. Welch and Careers in New Media:

New Media Interchange 10: My take on E3 and Part 2 of my Interview with Eric Rochow of GardenForkTV

New Media interchange, my new show with 3rd Pass Media, is now available on iTunes.  Please subscribe, review and rate via iTunes 


New Media Interchange is a podcast spotlighting various developments in New Media & focusing on the media world beyond mainstream television and radio, including podcasting, YouTube, live streaming, gaming and more. Hosted by Douglas E. Welch , pioneer podcaster, blogger and new media consultant.


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New Media Interchange 10: My take on E3 and Part 2 of my Interview with Eric Rochow of GardenForkTV

This is New Media Interchange where we talk about the media world beyond mainstream television and radio, including podcasting, YouTube, live streaming, gaming and more. I’m your host, Douglas E. Welch, pioneer podcaster, blogger and writer.

In today’ show…

  • My take on the news from E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo
  • The first part of my interview with Eric Rochow of GardenforkTV, We talk about his long running show, his adorable labrador costars and the past and future of new media
  • See the complete show notes at 3rdPass.media

More after this…

Today’s show is brought to you by Audible.com. I love New Media like podcasting and YouTube, but I also love all types of books. If you love audio books you can support New Media Interchange and 3rdPass Media by starting your free 30-day trial with Audible today. Choose from over 100,000 books, Including one of my favorite books, The Big Sleep by Raymond Chandler, A Los Angeles Noir Classic

Visit AudibleTrial.com/3rdpass or use the link in the show notes today.

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Audio: More on Podcast Scheduling from New Media Q&A 2015 with Douglas E. Welch

A clip from this longer presentation — New Media Q&A 2015 for UCLA Extension Voiceover Class. Watch the entire presentation here!

Douglas answers questions from students in Janet Wilcox’s online Voiceover class at UCLA Extension.

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Transcript:

Again, typically weekly shows tend to be best. I think that ties mainly to our traditional media backgrounds. We’re used to a sitcom or a drama coming out on Tuesdays at 8, right? We’re used to that weekly schedule. Weekly schedules tend to be enough to keep your podcast in people’s minds, but not so often that it is a burden for you. Not so far apart that they forget about you between shows or they forget what you talked about last week. There is something to be said for a momentum and being reliably there — they can listen to the show whenever they want — but they’ll know that that show will always be there on a Wednesday or on a Friday, whatever day you decide to release it. So, typically I shoot for a weekly podcast, but that’s not hard and fast. As with everything in New Media, you’re going to find your own way. You’re going to find — perhaps if you’re doing a news-related show — that really you only have enough news to talk about every two weeks. That’s fine. Bundle it up. Do it every 2 weeks. You may find that that wil shrink down and become a weekly show somewhere down the road, but don’t let that throw you off. Take advantage of the freedom you’re given in new media and find the format, the timing, the topics that best work for you.

Links mentioned in this video: 

Voiceover: Techniques and Tactics for Success by Janet Wilcox   

iTunes Podcast Directory 

Free Blogging Sites 

http://Wordpress.com http://Blogger.com 

Royalty Free Music

Kevin MacLeod – http://incompetech.com

Amazon Affiliate Program Audible.com 

Far Lands of Bust 

KurtJMac Patreon Page 

Rob Paulson and Talking Toons 

More information on Douglas E. Welch and Careers in New Media:

Video: More on Podcast Scheduling from New Media Q&A 2015 with Douglas E. Welch

A clip from this longer presentation — New Media Q&A 2015 for UCLA Extension Voiceover Class. Watch the entire presentation here!

Douglas answers questions from students in Janet Wilcox’s online Voiceover class at UCLA Extension.

Nmqa 2015 12 podcast scheduling anim

 

Transcript:

Again, typically weekly shows tend to be best. I think that ties mainly to our traditional media backgrounds. We’re used to a sitcom or a drama coming out on Tuesdays at 8, right? We’re used to that weekly schedule. Weekly schedules tend to be enough to keep your podcast in people’s minds, but not so often that it is a burden for you. Not so far apart that they forget about you between shows or they forget what you talked about last week. There is something to be said for a momentum and being reliably there — they can listen to the show whenever they want — but they’ll know that that show will always be there on a Wednesday or on a Friday, whatever day you decide to release it. So, typically I shoot for a weekly podcast, but that’s not hard and fast. As with everything in New Media, you’re going to find your own way. You’re going to find — perhaps if you’re doing a news-related show — that really you only have enough news to talk about every two weeks. That’s fine. Bundle it up. Do it every 2 weeks. You may find that that wil shrink down and become a weekly show somewhere down the road, but don’t let that throw you off. Take advantage of the freedom you’re given in new media and find the format, the timing, the topics that best work for you.

Links mentioned in this video: Voiceover: Techniques and Tactics for Success by Janet Wilcox   iTunes Podcast Directory Free Blogging Sites http://Wordpress.com http://Blogger.com Royalty Free Music

Kevin MacLeod – http://incompetech.com

Amazon Affiliate Program Audible.com Far Lands of Bust KurtJMac Patreon Page Rob Paulson and Talking Toons More information on Douglas E. Welch and Careers in New Media:

New Media Interchange 9: Google Announces YouTube Gaming, LucasFilm Launches the ILMxLAB and Part 1 of my Interview with Eric Rochow of GardenForkTV

New Media interchange, my new show with 3rd Pass Media, is now available on iTunes. Please subscribe, review and rate via iTunes 


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New Media Interchange 9: Google Announces YouTube Gaming, LucasFilm Launches the ILMxLAB and Part 1 of my Interview with Eric Rochow of GardenForkTV

This is New Media Interchange where we talk about the media world beyond mainstream television and radio, including podcasting, YouTube, live streaming, gaming and more. I’m your host, Douglas E. Welch, pioneer podcaster, blogger and writer.

In today’ show…

  • Google Announces YouTube Gaming to better serve the second most popular category on YouTube
  • ILMxLAB opens and adds further validation to the VR market
  • The first part of my interview with Eric Rochow of GardenforkTV, We talk about his long running show, his adorable labrador costars and the past and future of new media
  • See the complete show notes at 3rdPass.media

More after this…

Today’s show is brought to you by Audible.com. I love New Media like podcasting and YouTube, but I also love all types of books. If you love audio books you can support New Media Interchange and 3rdPass Media by starting your free 30-day trial with Audible today. Choose from over 100,000 books, Including one of my favorite books, The Shining by Stephen King  One of the few horror novels I love.

Visit AudibleTrial.com/3rdpass or use the link in the show notes today.

See the complete show notes at 3rdPass.media


Audio: How often should you post podcasts? from New Media Q&A 2015 with Douglas E. Welch

A clip from this longer presentation — New Media Q&A 2015 for UCLA Extension Voiceover Class. Watch the entire presentation here!

Douglas answers questions from students in Janet Wilcox’s online Voiceover class at UCLA Extension.

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Next question. How often should you post podcasts? Again, the very frustrating answer I often give… yes! The fact is, podcasting and should be posted as often as you have something interesting to say. That said, typical podcasts fall into a weekly schedule — a 7 day schedule of some part. There are some people out there that do daily podcasts. I will warn you. It is a treadmill to get on a daily podcast. You nede to produce shows well in advance of their release, because life intervenes. You get called away to the doctor or a family problem or a job problem or whatever and all of s sudden you have missed a daily show. If you’re going to do that, go into with eyes wide open and realize what you a treadmill that can be and know that you are going to have to be producing shows weeks ahead so that, should you have an issue or you just want to take a vacation, you can pre-produce those you need to release during the time that you’re away.

Links mentioned in this video:

Voiceover: Techniques and Tactics for Success by Janet Wilcox

 iTunes Podcast Directory

Free Blogging Sites
http://Wordpress.com
http://Blogger.com

Royalty Free Music
Kevin MacLeod – http://incompetech.com

Amazon Affiliate Program

Audible.com

Far Lands of Bust

KurtJMac Patreon Page

Rob Paulson and Talking Toons

More information on Douglas E. Welch and Careers in New Media:

Video: How often should you post podcasts? from New Media Q&A 2015 with Douglas E. Welch

A clip from this longer presentation — New Media Q&A 2015 for UCLA Extension Voiceover Class. Watch the entire presentation here!

Douglas answers questions from students in Janet Wilcox’s online Voiceover class at UCLA Extension.

How often should you post podcasts? from New Media Q&A 2015 with Douglas E. Welch

Transcript:

Next question. How often should you post podcasts? Again, the very frustrating answer I often give… yes! The fact is, podcasting and should be posted as often as you have something interesting to say. That said, typical podcasts fall into a weekly schedule — a 7 day schedule of some part. There are some people out there that do daily podcasts. I will warn you. It is a treadmill to get on a daily podcast. You nede to produce shows well in advance of their release, because life intervenes. You get called away to the doctor or a family problem or a job problem or whatever and all of s sudden you have missed a daily show. If you’re going to do that, go into with eyes wide open and realize what you a treadmill that can be and know that you are going to have to be producing shows weeks ahead so that, should you have an issue or you just want to take a vacation, you can pre-produce those you need to release during the time that you’re away.

Links mentioned in this video:

Voiceover: Techniques and Tactics for Success by Janet Wilcox

 iTunes Podcast Directory

Free Blogging Sites
http://Wordpress.com
http://Blogger.com

Royalty Free Music
Kevin MacLeod – http://incompetech.com

Amazon Affiliate Program

Audible.com

Far Lands of Bust

KurtJMac Patreon Page

Rob Paulson and Talking Toons

More information on Douglas E. Welch and Careers in New Media:

Audio: New Media Interchange 8: New Media is all about customer choice & An Interview With Jim Henson Puppeteer Grant Baciocco Part 3

New Media interchange, my new show with 3rd Pass Media, is now available on iTunes.

Please subscribe, review and rate via iTunes 


New Media Interchange is a podcast spotlighting various developments in New Media & focusing on the media world beyond mainstream television and radio, including podcasting, YouTube, live streaming, gaming and more. Hosted by Douglas E. Welch , pioneer podcaster, blogger and new media consultant.


New Media Interchange 8: New Media is all about customer choice & An Interview With Jim Henson Puppeteer Grant Baciocco Part 3

 

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New Media Interchange 8: New Media is all about customer choice & An Interview With Jim Henson Puppeteer Grant Baciocco Part 3

This is New Media Interchange where we talk about the media world beyond mainstream television and radio, including podcasting, YouTube, live streaming, gaming and more. I’m your host, Douglas E. Welch, pioneer podcaster, blogger and writer.

In today’ show…

More after this…

Today’s show is brought to you by Audible.com. I love New Media like podcasting and YouTube, but I also love all types of books. If you love audio books you can support New Media Interchange and 3rdPass Media by starting your free 30-day trial with Audible today. Choose from over 100,000 books, Including one of my favorite books, Why Read Moby-Dick? By Nathaniel Philbrick

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Audio: New Media Interchange 7: Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality & An Interview With Jim Henson Puppeteer Grant Baciocco Part 2

New Media interchange, my new show with 3rd Pass Media, is now available on iTunes.

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New Media Interchange 5: UpFronts NewFronts & YouTube Celebs with Douglas E. Welch

This is New Media Interchange where we talk about the media world beyond mainstream television and radio, including podcasting, YouTube, live streaming, gaming and more. I’m your host, Douglas E. Welch, pioneer podcaster, blogger and writer.

In today’ show…

  • VR News explodes this week with announcements and news from most of the major players
  • Part 2 of my interview with Pioneer Podcaster, Grant Baciocco
  • Next entry in my Subscribed series where I share the great podcasts, YouTube Channels and blogs I’m subscribed to.
  • See the complete show notes at 3rdPass.media

More after this…

Today’s show is brought to you by Audible.com. I love New Media like podcasting and YouTube, but I also love all types of books. If you love audio books you can support New Media Interchange and 3rdPass Media by starting your free 30-day trial with Audible today. Choose from over 100,000 books, Including one of my favorite history books, The History of England from James I to the Glorious Revolution by Peter Ackroyd

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Audio: Work with your musician friends from New Media Q&A 2015 with Douglas E. Welch

A clip from this longer presentation — New Media Q&A 2015 for UCLA Extension Voiceover Class. Watch the entire presentation here!

Douglas answers questions from students in Janet Wilcox’s online Voiceover class at UCLA Extension.

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Transcript:

Also, and this is another great idea, because it ties into the collaborative nature of new media, go to your friends. Do you have musician friends? Do they have a band? Do they write songs? Do they write music? Have them write something for your podcast. Have them play something that they have already written before and then have them give you rights to use that music in your podcast. They can sign a simple piece of paper that says, “I give you rights to use this in your podcast.” They sign it, you’re protected. That is a great way of sharing the wealth of new media. You’re exposing their music to your audience and your audience, in a lot of ways, is being exposed to their audience, because, what are they going to do? If you use their music in your podcast, they’re going to refer their audience over to you and say, “My song is in this podcast. You should go check it out.” What could be better? Share the wealth. Avoid copyright problems. Don’t use mainstream pop music, videos and other things in your work. You’ll get dinged for it. YouTube will ding you automatically. There is an automated system called Content ID that will simply mute the audio on your video, which, of course, is going to have a very huge, detrimental effect. So, don’t do it. Avoid it whenever you can and if you do want to use something that copyright, get permission before. Do whatever you have to do, so that you’re free and clear on that and you’re not going to run into problems with legal fees. lawsuits, any of that stuff down the road. Don’t do it. Save yourself the trouble and do it right, right from the very beginning.  

Links mentioned in this video:

Voiceover: Techniques and Tactics for Success by Janet Wilcox

 iTunes Podcast Directory

Free Blogging Sites
http://Wordpress.com
http://Blogger.com

Royalty Free Music
Kevin MacLeod – http://incompetech.com

Amazon Affiliate Program

Audible.com

Far Lands of Bust

KurtJMac Patreon Page

Rob Paulson and Talking Toons

More information on Douglas E. Welch and Careers in New Media:

Video: Work with your musician friends from New Media Q&A 2015 with Douglas E. Welch

A clip from this longer presentation — New Media Q&A 2015 for UCLA Extension Voiceover Class. Watch the entire presentation here!

Douglas answers questions from students in Janet Wilcox’s online Voiceover class at UCLA Extension.

Nmqa 2015 10 musician friends anim

 

Transcript:

Also, and this is another great idea, because it ties into the collaborative nature of new media, go to your friends. Do you have musician friends? Do they have a band? Do they write songs? Do they write music? Have them write something for your podcast. Have them play something that they have already written before and then have them give you rights to use that music in your podcast. They can sign a simple piece of paper that says, “I give you rights to use this in your podcast.” They sign it, you’re protected. That is a great way of sharing the wealth of new media. You’re exposing their music to your audience and your audience, in a lot of ways, is being exposed to their audience, because, what are they going to do? If you use their music in your podcast, they’re going to refer their audience over to you and say, “My song is in this podcast. You should go check it out.” What could be better? Share the wealth. Avoid copyright problems. Don’t use mainstream pop music, videos and other things in your work. You’ll get dinged for it. YouTube will ding you automatically. There is an automated system called Content ID that will simply mute the audio on your video, which, of course, is going to have a very huge, detrimental effect. So, don’t do it. Avoid it whenever you can and if you do want to use something that copyright, get permission before. Do whatever you have to do, so that you’re free and clear on that and you’re not going to run into problems with legal fees. lawsuits, any of that stuff down the road. Don’t do it. Save yourself the trouble and do it right, right from the very beginning.  

Links mentioned in this video:

Voiceover: Techniques and Tactics for Success by Janet Wilcox

 iTunes Podcast Directory

Free Blogging Sites
http://Wordpress.com
http://Blogger.com

Royalty Free Music
Kevin MacLeod – http://incompetech.com

Amazon Affiliate Program

Audible.com

Far Lands of Bust

KurtJMac Patreon Page

Rob Paulson and Talking Toons

More information on Douglas E. Welch and Careers in New Media:

Audio: New Media Interchange 6: Crowdfunding suffers from growing pains and an interview with pioneer podcaster, Grant Baciocco

New Media interchange, my new show with 3rd Pass Media, is now available on iTunes.

Please subscribe, review and rate via iTunes 


New Media Interchange is a podcast spotlighting various developments in New Media & focusing on the media world beyond mainstream television and radio, including podcasting, YouTube, live streaming, gaming and more. Hosted by Douglas E. Welch , pioneer podcaster, blogger and new media consultant.


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New Media Interchange 5: UpFronts NewFronts & YouTube Celebs with Douglas E. Welch

This is New Media Interchange where we talk about the media world beyond mainstream television and radio, including podcasting, YouTube, live streaming, gaming and more. I’m your host, Douglas E. Welch, pioneer podcaster, blogger and writer.

In today’ show…

  • Crowdfunding suffers growing pains
  • The Most Popular Games on YouTube this month
  • The First Entry in my Hardware Hotlist
  • The first part of my interview with Pioneer Podcaster, Grant Baciocco
  • Next entry in my Subscribed series where I share the great podcasts, YouTube Channels and blogs I’m subscribed to.
  • See the complete show notes at 3rdPass.media

More after this…

Today’s show is brought to you by Audible.com. I love New Media like podcasting and YouTube, but I also love all types of books. If you love audio books you can support New Media Interchange and 3rdPass Media by starting your free 30-day trial with Audible today. Choose from over 100,000 books, Including one of my favorites the Agatha Christie mystery, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, which introduced readers to Hercule Poirot for the first time. 

Visit AudibleTrial.com/3rdpass or use the link in the show notes today.

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Audio: Podcast Music Sources from New Media Q&A 2015 with Douglas E. Welch

A clip from this longer presentation — New Media Q&A 2015 for UCLA Extension Voiceover Class. Watch the entire presentation here!

Douglas answers questions from students in Janet Wilcox’s online Voiceover class at UCLA Extension.

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Transcript:

You can create your own music in GarageBand and assemble loops and other things like that. You can get music from royalty-free sources who freely make their music available like Kevin MacLeod over at Incompetech.com. I’ll put a link in the show notes for this video. Kevin produces tons of great music that he offers up for YouTubers and other podcasters to use for free. He also has a commercial license where you can pay him a relatively small fee — I think it’s like $100 — and even use his music in commercial projects as much as you wish. Don’t avoid those types of possibilities out there, but make sure that you’re using something that is freely available for you to use and, the way I look at it, the best way of doing that is creating everything yourself.  

Links mentioned in this video:

Voiceover: Techniques and Tactics for Success by Janet Wilcox

 iTunes Podcast Directory

Free Blogging Sites
http://Wordpress.com
http://Blogger.com

Royalty Free Music
Kevin MacLeod – http://incompetech.com

Amazon Affiliate Program

Audible.com

Far Lands of Bust

KurtJMac Patreon Page

Rob Paulson and Talking Toons

More information on Douglas E. Welch and Careers in New Media:

Video: Podcast Music Sources from New Media Q&A 2015 with Douglas E. Welch

A clip from this longer presentation — New Media Q&A 2015 for UCLA Extension Voiceover Class. Watch the entire presentation here!

Douglas answers questions from students in Janet Wilcox’s online Voiceover class at UCLA Extension.

Nmqa 2015 09 podcast music anim

 

Transcript:

You can create your own music in GarageBand and assemble loops and other things like that. You can get music from royalty-free sources who freely make their music available like Kevin MacLeod over at Incompetech.com. I’ll put a link in the show notes for this video. Kevin produces tons of great music that he offers up for YouTubers and other podcasters to use for free. He also has a commercial license where you can pay him a relatively small fee — I think it’s like $100 — and even use his music in commercial projects as much as you wish. Don’t avoid those types of possibilities out there, but make sure that you’re using something that is freely available for you to use and, the way I look at it, the best way of doing that is creating everything yourself.  

Links mentioned in this video:

Voiceover: Techniques and Tactics for Success by Janet Wilcox

 iTunes Podcast Directory

Free Blogging Sites
http://Wordpress.com
http://Blogger.com

Royalty Free Music
Kevin MacLeod – http://incompetech.com

Amazon Affiliate Program

Audible.com

Far Lands of Bust

KurtJMac Patreon Page

Rob Paulson and Talking Toons

More information on Douglas E. Welch and Careers in New Media:

Audio: Copyright Considerations from New Media Q&A 2015 with Douglas E. Welch

A clip from this longer presentation — New Media Q&A 2015 for UCLA Extension Voiceover Class. Watch the entire presentation here!

Douglas answers questions from students in Janet Wilcox’s online Voiceover class at UCLA Extension.

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Transcript:

Are there copyright considerations in a podcast? For instance, if you feature the art, music, intellectual property of someone else, either a a soundtrack or the subject of a podcast, do you need permission to use it? First answer, yes! Too often, podcasters get somewhat blindsided when they use a piece of music or a piece of artwork or something by someone else who owns the copyright on that project. Don’t do it. For me, one of the best ways of starting in podcasting is to create all your own content. One, it just sort of bypasses this whole issue with copyright because you own everything you’re doing. 

Links mentioned in this video:

Voiceover: Techniques and Tactics for Success by Janet Wilcox

 iTunes Podcast Directory

Free Blogging Sites
http://Wordpress.com
http://Blogger.com

Royalty Free Music
Kevin MacLeod – http://incompetech.com

Amazon Affiliate Program

Audible.com

Far Lands of Bust

KurtJMac Patreon Page

Rob Paulson and Talking Toons

More information on Douglas E. Welch and Careers in New Media:

Audio: New Media Interchange 5: UpFronts NewFronts & YouTube Celebs with Douglas E. Welch

New Media interchange, my new show with 3rd Pass Media, is now available on iTunes.

Please subscribe, review and rate via iTunes 


New Media Interchange is a podcast spotlighting various developments in New Media & focusing on the media world beyond mainstream television and radio, including podcasting, YouTube, live streaming, gaming and more. Hosted by Douglas E. Welch , pioneer podcaster, blogger and new media consultant.


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New Media Interchange 5: UpFronts NewFronts & YouTube Celebs with Douglas E. Welch

This is New Media Interchange where we talk about the media world beyond mainstream television and radio, including podcasting, YouTube, live streaming, gaming and more. I’m your host, Douglas E. Welch, pioneer podcaster, blogger and writer.

In today’ show…

  • Networks vs. New Media at the Television UpFronts”
  • YouTube Stars vs Mainstream Celebrities
  • Some Amazing YouTube Stats from Syracuse University
  • News Followups about Virtual Reality, Ubisoft and 4k video delivery
  • Final Part of my interview with Michael Anderson, CEO of GameWisp.com which is helping game play video makers expand their monetization optons
  • Next entry in my Subscribed series where I share the great podcasts, YouTube Channels and blogs I’m subscribed to.
  • See the complete show notes at 3rdPass.media

More after this…

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Video: Copyright Considerations from New Media Q&A 2015 with Douglas E. Welch

A clip from this longer presentation — New Media Q&A 2015 for UCLA Extension Voiceover Class. Watch the entire presentation here!

Douglas answers questions from students in Janet Wilcox’s online Voiceover class at UCLA Extension.

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Transcript:

Are there copyright considerations in a podcast? For instance, if you feature the art, music, intellectual property of someone else, either a a soundtrack or the subject of a podcast, do you need permission to use it? First answer, yes! Too often, podcasters get somewhat blindsided when they use a piece of music or a piece of artwork or something by someone else who owns the copyright on that project. Don’t do it. For me, one of the best ways of starting in podcasting is to create all your own content. One, it just sort of bypasses this whole issue with copyright because you own everything you’re doing. 

Links mentioned in this video:

Voiceover: Techniques and Tactics for Success by Janet Wilcox

 iTunes Podcast Directory

Free Blogging Sites
http://Wordpress.com
http://Blogger.com

Royalty Free Music
Kevin MacLeod – http://incompetech.com

Amazon Affiliate Program

Audible.com

Far Lands of Bust

KurtJMac Patreon Page

Rob Paulson and Talking Toons

More information on Douglas E. Welch and Careers in New Media:

Video: New Media Freedom from New Media Q&A 2015 with Douglas E. Welch

A clip from this longer presentation — New Media Q&A 2015 for UCLA Extension Voiceover Class. Watch the entire presentation here!

Douglas answers questions from students in Janet Wilcox’s online Voiceover class at UCLA Extension.

 

Transcript:

One of the great things about podcasting and other forms of New Media is that they can be whatever you want them to be. That’s part of the joy and the wonder of podcasting is we’re freed from a lot of constraints that were placed on us by, really, the technology that was available on the early radio and television industry. We’re set free form that. We can deliver our shows, pretty much around the world to anyone who might want them, so finding your audience is basically a case of finding what you’re interested in and sharing that with the world and in most cases, your audience is going to find you.

Links mentioned in this video:

Voiceover: Techniques and Tactics for Success by Janet Wilcox

 iTunes Podcast Directory

Free Blogging Sites
http://Wordpress.com
http://Blogger.com

Royalty Free Music
Kevin MacLeod – http://incompetech.com

Amazon Affiliate Program

Audible.com

Far Lands of Bust

KurtJMac Patreon Page

Rob Paulson and Talking Toons

More information on Douglas E. Welch and Careers in New Media:

Audio: New Media Freedom from New Media Q&A 2015 with Douglas E. Welch

A clip from this longer presentation — New Media Q&A 2015 for UCLA Extension Voiceover Class. Watch the entire presentation here!

Douglas answers questions from students in Janet Wilcox’s online Voiceover class at UCLA Extension.

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Listen to New Media Freedom from New Media Q&A 2015 with Douglas E. Welch

 

Transcript:

One of the great things about podcasting and other forms of New Media is that they can be whatever you want them to be. That’s part of the joy and the wonder of podcasting is we’re freed from a lot of constraints that were placed on us by, really, the technology that was available on the early radio and television industry. We’re set free form that. We can deliver our shows, pretty much around the world to anyone who might want them, so finding your audience is basically a case of finding what you’re interested in and sharing that with the world and in most cases, your audience is going to find you.

Links mentioned in this video:

Voiceover: Techniques and Tactics for Success by Janet Wilcox

 iTunes Podcast Directory

Free Blogging Sites
http://Wordpress.com
http://Blogger.com

Royalty Free Music
Kevin MacLeod – http://incompetech.com

Amazon Affiliate Program

Audible.com

Far Lands of Bust

KurtJMac Patreon Page

Rob Paulson and Talking Toons

More information on Douglas E. Welch and Careers in New Media: