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Professional Development – Your Podcast: Taking It from Good to Great (Part II)

20 April @ 10:00 - 11:30 BST

Virtual Event
Free – £10.00

Do you already have a podcast, or are thinking of starting one, but want to make sure that you’ve got the correct tools and processes in place to take it to the next level?

Hosted by Pete Morgan, established radio presenter and producer on UK radio, this workshop will walk you through the creation of a professional-sounding podcast episode; from creating a workable plan, through to editing and producing and making sure that as many people as possible can see your great podcast.

If you would like to send a question in advance, email Anna Ganley with ‘Podcasting 2 question’ in the subject header.

The line-up

Pete Morgan – Presenter and producer

Pete Morgan spent 30 years working in local, regional and national radio as an award-winning presenter and producer before deciding, in 2017, to move into the world of podcasting. Through education, workshops and podcast production, MonkeyPants Productions is now one of the premier names in podcasting in the West Midlands, with clients that include Birmingham Children’s Hospital, West Midlands Combined Authority and Rolls Royce. Through his business, Pete helps companies and individuals enter the ever-growing world of podcasting with confidence, so that they can create a professional-sounding podcast for a waiting global audience.

Website: MonkeyPants Production | Twitter: @monkeypantsprod


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20 April
10:00 - 11:30 BST
Free – £10.00
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