Interview with rock journalist and podcaster Mitch Lafon

The Podcasting for Communities’ podcast is part of a project that includes the podcastingfor.com blog and the Podcasting For Communities’ e-book which you can find on Amazon.

 

 

In this episode, I talk to rock journalist and podcaster Mitch Lafon. He has been writing and then podcasting about music since he was 11 years old. His podcast One on One with Mitch Lafon offers something that many music podcasts don’t. I have mentioned several times in earlier episodes that using music on podcasts can be problematic – rights, costs, permissions all can be difficult.

 

But even though Mitch is talking to musicians – he doesn’t use music. Instead he allows his interviewees time to expand on their ideas. He also runs the full interviews, with a minimal amount of editing and tidying.

 

If you are starting out in podcasting there are several very useful tips here including planning an interview, relationships with your interviewee and your listeners and managing your reputation.

 

There is a lot more too.

 

Find Mitch here:  YouTube | Facebook | Twitter | iTunes |

 

Podcast produced by  Davy Sims davysims.com

Music used in the podcast is Cloud Line by Blue Dot Sessions which can be found on the Free Music Archive.


Cloud Line by Blue Dot Sessions is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial License.

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The Book – Podcasting for Communities

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Podcasting for Communities is not meant to be a book you begin reading at page one and work your way through. It is intended to be something you refer to when you want to understand or learn more about radio production and podcasting. The book is available for Kindle from Amazon.

 

 

 

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