Part of the New Media 101 series…
A quick clip from this 30 minute presentation — New Media Question Time for UCLA Voiceover Class.
Well, first and foremost, you have to have something interesting to say. People want to hear what you have to say. They want to hear what you are an expert on — what knowledge you have that they need. You need to be able to talk clearly and to be able to put together ideas in proper sentences and present them to your audience. People will forgive a lot. They’ll forgive ums and ahs and stuttering and other things if the content is really, really good. If the content isn’t good, though, they won’t sit around to watch your podcast or listen to your podcast for very long.
Previously on New Media 101/Blogging 101:
- New Media 101: You are an expert! from “Blogging and Content Creation”
- New Media 101: A Reason for Podcasting from “New Media Question Time”
- Blogging 101: Who you follow is more important…
- Blogging 101: Don’t throw away your content
- Blogging 101: The most important reason to blog
- Blogging 101: The beginning