Re: [podcasters] Re: From Geek News Central
- On 3/2/06, Joel Haasnoot <joelhaasnoot@...> wrote:
> But how can you apply a standard to something that is also largelyGood standards for methods and form
> creative, isn't that undermining it?
Don't stifle; they just set a norm.
It's not hard to connect
Knowing what to expect--
But if you're going to do your own thing, it helps to have some
knowledge of standard practice first and make the decisions to depart
from it *consciously*, or else you'll probably just confuse people.
Steve Eley (sfeley@...)
ESCAPE POD - The Science Fiction Podcast Magazine
> I think that they provide good information to the discussion,although some
> don't agree their views on using podcasting to make money.Well - Podcasting started for people to share their hobby or
intterest. If you start a podcast just for some money reason, it can
work, but is the quality going to be good ?
Someone passionate about his subject, with just the desire to share
it, has, in my opinion, more intterest than a money based/driven podcast.
But, I know getting sponsor is still a great thing, especially when
you can upgrade the materials and share it back with the listeners.
I am actually going to try that out = share what the listeners have
By tomorrow, or monday we'll see if they like it.
i am more looking for an intteraction with the listeners (rather than
just providing them something).
Beside that, I still prefer to get a long term sponsor - more like a
partner, to be safe and sure to have it for a bit, so you can start
making investment (materials ...).