What does a Podcast Producer Do? How to Become One?

What does a podcast producer do?

  • The podcast content and storyline are created (and rights reserved)
  • The podcast audio and recording studio is setup properly
  • The audio editing is done
  • The overall experience of creating the podcast is enjoyable for the host
  • The podcast episode is published on time

How to become a podcast producer

1. Search the major directories

2. Join podcasting groups and communities

3. Talk about the fact that you’re interested

4. Post your resume so podcasters know you’re looking

5. Search social media for opportunities

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Kate is the engine at Entrepreneurs On Fire, the host of the podcast Ditch Busy, & co-author of The Podcast Journal: Idea to Launch in 50 Days.

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Kate Erickson

Kate Erickson

Kate is the engine at Entrepreneurs On Fire, the host of the podcast Ditch Busy, & co-author of The Podcast Journal: Idea to Launch in 50 Days.

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