All of these previous Audiotrain webinars are available to view online. You can watch them for free, but if you found them useful please consider making a donation to Audiotrain, which is a not-for-profit programme.
“So how Do You Come Up With Your Ideas Then?” with David Prest of Whistledown Productions. 27/2/20. Available to watch here.
“Remote Recording in Quality” Iain Betson of AV Resilience talks through the best methods and microphones for remote recording. 3/4/20. Available to watch here.
“Top Tips For Surviving As A Presenter” with BBC Radio 5 Live’s Dotun Adebayo. 10/4/20. Available to watch here.
“How to Market the F… out of your Podcast” with podcast and radio presenter Lance Dann. 17/4/20. Available to watch here.
“Essential Law For Podcasters”, with Clare Hoban, Specialist Media Lawyer from Reviewed and Cleared. 24/4/20. Available to watch here.
“Fake News – Sorting the fact from the fiction” with Rosie Bartlett, Specialist Digital Trainer, Quattrain. 1/5/20. Available to watch here.
“Clearances, Copyright and Contracts for Podcast Creatives” with Nicola Hartley and Henriette Conway of Mint & Co. 15/5/20. Available to watch here.
“Looking after your mental health” with occupational psychologist Fiona Dolton. 22/5/20. Available to watch here.
“Remote mixing your radio programme, podcasts or audio content” with Mike Hally from Square Dog Media. 29/5/20. Available to watch here.
“Ten Tips For The Perfect Pitch” – with Alex Dalton, Partner Leading Ideas. 19/6/20. Available to watch here.
“How to Turn Your Podcast into a Flash Briefing (and why you’d want to)” – with Peter Stewart. 26/6/20. Available to watch here.
“How to Monetise Your Podcast” with Christina Moore, Founder Don’t Skip. 31/7/20. Available to watch here.
“How to use the BBC archive to create a richer programme or podcast” with Susannah Stevens and Mary McCarthy. 4/9/20. Available to watch here.
“Complex Audio Recordings” with Iain Betson. 9/10/20. Available to watch here.
“Podcasting news from America” with Judith Kampfner. 6/11/20. Available to watch here.
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