Then join us at Windmill Lane Recording Studios on Sunday November 18th for an empowering day of training, covering everything from storytelling strategy, recording+editing, to distributing your content and getting your story heard.
Athena Media is an award winning digital audio agency and it’s the force behind Podcasting Ireland. We’ve been making podcasts since 2006 and have run sponsored audio podcast channels in both music and speech.
Our own award-winning output spans a wide spectrum of audio-led content, and we’re passionate about sharing our experience and technical expertise.
At the Celtic Media Festival 2018 – our Pantisocracy Christmas Special was awarded a prestigious TORC award for Excellence in the ‘Best Radio Magazine Show’ category
Our podcasts include The Family of Things hosted by Helen Shaw who will lead this workshop and our regular radio/podcast shows including Pantisocracy, Wilde Stories and Vocal Chords – with over 200 uploads on our Soundcloud channel.
This one day workshop is designed for podcast beginners and will take participants from idea to online, showing people how to get their own audio show together and online.
The workshop will cover how to record using a mobile recorder like a Zoom H4 and participants will be encouraged to bring a mobile recorder to the workshop. It will introduce people to basic editing and show people how to release their audio online.
> What previous attendees say:
‘This workshop provided a fantastic, informative, supportive and really enjoyable space in which to learn more about podcasting. It opened up exciting possibilities for all of us’
Roisin Boyd (Podcasting 101 Workshop, June 2018)
‘Great course. Helen and John really knew what they were talking about . Very accessible to people who haven’t done podcasting before.’
Alan Fox (Podcasting 101 Workshop, June 2018)
‘The podcast workshop was full of excellent content introducing us to a huge range of podcasts to listen to and learn from. The technical demonstration was very helpful as a starting point as was the advice to begin with pilot projects and then critique and improve. The advice was very practical and empowering. It was an excellent experience.’
Mary McFadden – Music Teacher (Podcasting 101 Workshop, June 2018)
This is the definitive guide to podcasting for beginners https://t.co/Kz49vtTZlx
— Anne O’ Neill. (@ANNIEON) April 22, 2018
‘I felt that the fusion of Helen’s knowledge of podcasting acquired from being a pioneer of the medium , her ability to convey some of the more nebulous aspects with clarity and enthusiasm married with John’s technological nous was a winning combo, looking forward to close reading the notes this weekend and getting my first podcast into the ether.’
Anne O Neill (Podcasting 101 Workshop)
‘I thoroughly enjoyed the day. The studio setting in Windmill Lane was perfect. The course brought together a very friendly, creative group of people, with different levels of skill and experience. Teaching was well paced and easy to follow for someone like myself with very rudimentary technical skills. I learned exactly what I needed to begin producing my own podcasts and I was introduced to a range of equipment to get me started.’
Dr. Tony Bates, Psychologist (Podcasting 101 Workshop)
Super podcasting tips from @PodcastingIre today! pic.twitter.com/dQuwyXqIzE
— Cian McDermott (@cianmcdermott) May 6, 2018
Really inspiration training today from @athenamediaie on how to make a successful podcast. Hands down the most engaging workshop I’ve ever been to! Can’t wait to think about designing my podcast post-PhD. #podcasting
— Amy Greer Murphy (@amygmurphy) April 8, 2018
The workshop venue is in Pulse College at Windmill Lane Recording Studios.
For more in-depth information about our training services head to our Training Page.