Step by Step to Podcast Launch
Do you want to get started with your podcast this year?
If you’re serious about launching a podcast in 2023 then join us from 12th September. We’ll take you through each step you need to take to get your podcast off the ground. We’ll provide the support you need to help you overcome the challenges of podcast launching.
We understand the pain points of getting started - from initial overwhelm to feeling like you’re in the dark about the equipment you need, through to how to minimise editing, uploading your show and marketing it.
We’re very pleased to offer each participant a one-to-one strategy session as part of September’s course.
Nice words about our previous courses:
Hannah Pearn launched her show Don't Tell Me To RELAX - The Fertility Podcast in January: "I knew absolutely nothing about podcasting and was so overwhelmed with where to start it was stopping me diving in. This course was the perfect fit as it took me through the basics step by step and has given me a solid grounding in what I need to know."
Pam Cottman began her show Lessons in Resilience in May: “A massive thank you to both of you. The podcast has gone from feeling totally overwhelming and impossible, to something I am excited to get going with.”
During six weeks from 12th September, we’ll give you all the tools you’ll need to get your podcast up and running. There will be weekly live learning sessions on Zoom, live Q&A sessions, pre-recorded mini lessons, downloadable schedules and templates, plus membership of a small private Facebook group.
If you’re interested in our done-for-you package, prices starts at £2,000 for the podcast launch and creation of six episodes.
The main thing you’ll get is access to is us! We have decades of experience in podcasting, radio and journalism. We've launched loads of podcasts and have made all the mistakes so you don't have to.
Suzi Dale is the co-founder of Story Publishing, and the producer of Helen Perry's #Justbloodypostit podcast. She's an award-winning radio and podcast producer, who's created work for the BBC and the Prison Radio Association.