Re: [podcasters] Advice for a knitting podcast please
- It was 18 Aug 2007, when ivy.reisner commented:
> When I started Knitting Step by Step I intended to do a series ofYa know, I'm thinking less Podcast and more a Podiobook sort of thing
> instructional videos, with a set curriculum, starting with a simple
> scarf and ending with a multi-color hat. My goal was to give my
> viewers the fundamental skills that they could use for any project at
> all. Now I'm not sure if, from a podcasting perspective, this is a
> good thing.
> First, is it podfading if I said from episode 1 that this is going to
> end after 28 videos? I've already published the schedule of what each
> episode would contain.
> Second, I've come to realize that there are a lot of little videos I'd likeSee above, but for volume 2.
> to do (steeks, spinning yarn, i-cord, etc.) They don't fit into the
> curriculum and shouldn't be included in the main podcast. I want to go one
> of four ways with this.
> C- Switch to a monthly audio podcast after this to talk about knitting inThis, in addition to the above. Also allows responding to questions and
> general, and I can use that to let listeners know that when new videos are
> up and what the link is (including the link in the show notes as well).
> Any and all opinions would be very appreciated.Just my thoughts, but you're welcome to them.
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