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Storytelling & Social Media: Podcasting

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Meeting Description:

Though in person communication is often considered most effective storytelling method, podcasting is a great alternative to broadcast your message, educate constituents, or sharing your story in a compelling medium. In this session you will learn how simple podcasting your content can actually be. You will also get a better understanding of the investments required to maintain a compelling podcasting. Though this session will focus on audio podcasting, many of the tips and resources will also apply to those interested in video podcast as well.


Attendees should have a basic understanding of podcasts, iTunes, blogging, and RSS distribution prior to attending this webinar. Bring some examples of podcasts and storytelling methods that have been meaningful to you and we will examine how your message can be shared in a similar fashion.

Take Away Skills and Knowledge:

Attendees of this webinar will be able to identify if podcasting is a good match for their storytelling needs. They will have a clear understanding of the technical, time, and human resources required to maintain a podcast. Upon completion, attendees will know what services and equipment are required to maintain a podcast.

Date: Wed, Jan 28, 2009
Time: 11:00 AM PST
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Host(s): TechSoup Global & NTEN


•  Recording: Podcast
 Presenter Information
Corey Pudhorodsky
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Corey is the host and producer of the 501c3Cast, one of the first and longest running podcasts focused on the nonprofit sector. Since founding the podcast in July of 2005, he has interviewed hundreds thought leaders while covering a wide breadth of news from fundraising to volunteerism, risk management to nonprofit technology. The 501c3Cast continues to be an independent venture that Corey maintains as a service to the nonprofit sector.

Currently living in Austin, TX with his wife and two cats, Corey works for Convio as a Services Engineer ensuring that clients are using technology and services to support their mission most effectively. Prior to joining Convio in 2007, he led the Professional Services team at Donor2 Fundraising Software Solutions in data conversions, implementations, and designing custom utilities and services for nonprofit organizations nationwide. Corey graduated from Virginia Tech with a BA in Communications and has worked for several nonprofit organizations in advocacy, grant placement, and fundraising roles.