Revealed — the secrets to producing professional podcasts!
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About the Author
Record with pro-level software
Set up a recording studio
Create a video podcast
Craft a targeted distribution, marketing, and promotional plan
Promote a business or nonprofit group
Tee entered 2005 with an idea: podcasting a novel in order to promote its sequel. His podcast of MOREVI: The Chronicles of Rafe & Askana
went on to become the first book podcast in its entirety and was nominated for a 2006 Parsec for Best Podcast Fiction. Podcasting MOREVI
also led to writing with Evo Terra the #1 book in podcasting, Podcasting For Dummies
. Tee’s other podcasts include the Parsec-nominated Survival Guide to Writing Fantasy, Podcasting For Dummies, Give Us a Minute, Speaking of Beer’s MicroBrewed
with Phil Rossi, and “Behind the Mic” for Blogger and Podcaster Magazine
. He continues to podcast fiction as well with “Dear John” (from BenBella Books’s Farscape Forever: Sex, Drugs, and Killer Muppets
) for The ScapeCast;
and “Asleep at the Wheel” for the podcast anthology VOICES: New Media Fiction
, edited by Mur Lafferty.
Following 2007’s Billibub Baddings and The Case of The Singing Sword
podcast, Tee will podcast Legacy of MOREVI
in preparation for the 2009 print release of Exodus from Morevi
. Find out more about Tee Morris and his podcasts at www.teemorris.com.
Evo Terra: Evo Terra has a penchant for infecting others with the New Media bug. His credits in the field include launching the premier destination for serialized audiobooks, Podiobooks.com. A pioneer in the world of podcasting, he’s the co-author of Podcasting For Dummies and Expert Podcasting Practices For Dummies (both published by Wiley).
His personal and professional blog, FunAnymore.com, serves as Evo’s soapbox and testing ground, where he pontificates and proselytizes the bleeding edge of Web 2.0 applications that are reshaping how we define “the conversation.”
Ryan Williams: Ryan Williams is a multimedia designer, author, and bassist based in Indianapolis, Indiana. He’s shared the stage and studio with everybody and everything from Grammy Award–winning hip-hop artists to a full band of bagpipes and drums. He’s the author of Windows XP Digital Music For Dummies and Teach Yourself Visually Bass Guitar (both published by Wiley). He has also written several articles and tutorials on music and music technology for several publications and Web sites. He is the technical editor for Second Life For Dummies and Composing Digital Music For Dummies. He is a frequent panelist on digital music and home studios at music conferences around the nation. He received his master’s degree in music technology from the Indiana University School of Music in 2003.