You can hear me as a guest
on another podcast here:http://moneybloggerpodcast.blogspot.com ... money.html
The key for me is to speak slowly, to enunciate, and to be organized. I did an interview on live radio recently and it was terrible
, one of the worst experiences of my life.
Today while doing yardwork, I thought more about the podcast idea. I would really like to try it. I'd aim for 10-15 minute shows. I'd actually record maybe twice as much material, and then edit it. I'd mostly do interviews: maybe one with an accountant, one with a lawyer, one with a career counselor, one with a broker, etc. I'd make sure things sounded polished and that the podcasts contained useful information. I told my wife as we drove to dinner tonight that the schedule would be "irregular", meaning I would put one up when I could, but that they would be a low priority.
I think I'm going to pick up the equipment to make this happen, and then produce a sample show or two. (Not every show would be an interview -- some might be extended stories, etc. But it's not just going to be rambling.)
The key, as I've said before, is to make it something I
would want to listen to.