From Paper to Podcast: A Step by Step Guide From Your Home!
Have you ever wanted to learn a new skill but haven’t had the time to do it? This is the place to develop your podcasting skills.
Samah Yar Khan is a Seneca College and York University student. As the pandemic continues to ravage the world, students are switching to online learning. Samah has turned to podcasting to help her cope and conquer the effects of COVID-19. She’s doing it with a laptop, headphones/earphones, and a USB. So, let’s go!
Heading Into a Spotlight: Starting a Podcast During the Pandemic
This pandemic has found many people stuck at home away from their usual passions. To cope, they have found new outlets for their creativity. Samah is one of these people. She's decided to indulge her newfound love of audio storytelling in a podcast about her daily life. This Seneca journalism student discusses how and why she's using podcasting to cope with the blues of COVID-19.
Podcasters on Podcasting
Are you bored? Has the pandemic left you in an endless cycle of Netflix and eating spicy chips? Do you dread the next day, knowing it will only be a dull repetition of the last? We have just the suggestion for you- create your own podcast.
Host Noah Van Halteren speaks with Samah Yar Khan. She's started her own podcast called In the Spotlight over the pandemic to show off her news and entertainment skills.
He also speaks with Amanda Cupido, author of Let's Talk Podcasting and podcaster extraordinaire. Are you ready for a podcasting podcast show that will pod your casts? Then get ready!
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