Did you catch this great article in Techsoup?
Podcasting for Nonprofits
They talk about how nonprofits can work to engage their audience in a new way through podcasting. And we thought there could be a great opportunity for stations to better engage with their communities.
Has your station teamed up with local nonprofits to share your studio space for them to create professional quality podcasts?
There may be an opportunity to reach a new audience or reach their volunteer base. There’s also a possibility for your station to better connect with your community by reaching more non-profits. Perhaps consider creating a weekly show or podcast where you spotlight a different non-profit, or common issue within the nonprofit sector in your community.
Some stations such as CJNU-FM already do great work similar to this and I’m sure will be keen to speak with you about how they’ve been working with charities in Winnipeg.
Let us know what you do and what you think might be a cool idea to bring nonprofits in your area into the world of radio and podcasting. Oh, and share your podcast links with us as we are launching our podcast network
Within the world of Podcasting, there is an emerging distinct sound and feel. To get an idea take a listen to the Daily from the NYT and Canadaland.
Although there isn't a huge difference.
If you want to the programming to be broadcast on other stations, I suggest the Prog Ex, the Podcast Network was for the general public.
The terms are relatively interchangeable at this point.
Perhaps we can chat about it at the conference!
More than happy to have my brain picked (or what little there is left of it, anyway!)