Tag Archives: podcasting

  1. 8 Tips to Help You Podcast for Free


    13 June, 2011 by ehauke

    Podcasting can be a complex process, and each component might seem costly and out of reach. But read this post and find out how with 8 great tips on ‘free podcasting’ (which co-incidentally are offered here for free), you can get your podcast recorded and published without so much as breaking a tenner. It’s possible. Trust me.

  2. The 5 ‘P’s of Podcasting


    5 June, 2011 by ehauke

    You want to make a podcast. You don’t know where to start. Well, here is a 5 step guide (and handily each step begins with a ‘P’) to get you well and truly on your way. Follow this process, and you WILL become a podcaster in no time! Everyone is a beginner at first, but you don’t stay that way for long, so have a go. Go on. Make a podcast.

  3. Can ANYONE podcast?

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    2 June, 2011 by ehauke

    Recently I’ve been heard to say that ANYONE can podcast. Well, is this true – or am I just shooting my mouth off? This post takes apart the idea of a podcast, to see whether there are really any barriers preventing anyone from becoming a podcaster.

  4. Podcasting: Moving Beyond The Usual Suspects


    31 May, 2011 by ehauke

    Listen to excerpts from the ‘Podcasting: Moving Beyond The Usual Suspects’ session at the Science Communication Conference 2011 recently held in London. Featuring Martin Austwick, Ben Valsler, Elizabeth Hauke and Frank Dondelinger, and recorded by Steve Cross.

  5. I’m out on a limb, but happy to be there…


    29 May, 2011 by ehauke

    I’ve always admired people who are able to carve out their own niche within their chosen field. Who have something to offer, that is unique to them – perhaps they even have to forge ahead with their ideals in the face of opposition. Now while I have no desire to work against the establishment, I’ve always lamented my lack of direction and individuality. But a recent public speaking experience has shown me that I do offer a unique view point and that my work does have its own value…