29783Re: Best intermediate-to-advance podcasting how-to book?
- May 2 3:50 PMLots of great suggestions.
Well Told Tales
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Kevin Bachelder" <kbachelder@...>
> It's not available yet but I also believe that Tee and Evo are working
> on their next book "Expert Podcasting Practices for Dummies" which
> should be another good book to plan to pickup.
> If you're a fan of Farscape or Firefly then you'll enjoy listening to
> the award winning podcasts...
> The ScapeCast
> The Signal
> Firefly Talk
> On 5/1/07, Tee Morris <tee@...> wrote:
> > Kevin Colligan wrote:
> > >
> > >
> > > Anyone have suggestions on the best how-to book(s) on
> > > intermediate-to-advanced podcasting?
> > I would recommend TRICKS OF THE PODCASTING MASTERS by Rob Walsh
> > Lafferty, and if you're looking to promote your podcast (which I
> > consider part of the intermediate-to-advanced approach to podcasting)
> > check out Jason Van Orden's Promoting Your Podcast.
> > Good luck!
> > Enjoy the Ride,
> > Tee Morris
> > co-author, PODCASTING FOR DUMMIES
> > ----------------------------
> > The Survival Guide to Writing Fantasy
> > A podcast of strategies, ideas, and insights
> > FINALIST FOR THE 2006 PARSEC AWARD FOR BEST WRITING PODCAST
> > Subscribe to this podcast at http://www.teemorris.com/blog
> > -~-~-~-~-~-~-~
> > Billibub Baddings and The Case of The Singing Sword
> > http://podiobooks.com/podiobooks/book.php?ID=131
> > MOREVI: The Chronicles of Rafe & Askana
> > http://www.podiobooks.com/podiobooks/book.php?ID=23
> > PodioBooks.com -- Telling the World a Story, One Podcast at a Time
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