Aug 18, 2016
Podcasting is becoming hip. And many podcasters find out
that it's a lot of work. Podcasting is also a form of
In this episode I bring in Podcasting Hall of Famer, Rob
Walch. My good friend and guest on the show, Elsie Escobar,
introduced me to Walch's genius as Podcast Movement 2015. I was
riveted by his presentation - he has his finger on the pulse
of podcasting both as a medium and an industry. He is a super smart
dude who loves podcasts, podcasting and podcasters.
I rap with Rob Walch about
Why Not to Start a Podcast
- How to help your kid start a podcast
- The art form of editing + Making your guests sound
- How to get your audience involved in your show
- Why your audience is more important than your guest
What you’ll get out of tuning in
Rob Walch was inducted into the Podcasting Hall of Fame in
2016. Rob is the Vice President of Podcaster Relations for
Libsyn (LBBS) . Prior to joining Libsyn in 2007, he was
President and founder of podCast411, Inc.
Rob is Co-Author of the book “Tricks of the Podcasting
Masters” - Que 2006, an editors pick as a Top 10 Reference book for
2006 by Amazon.com
. Rob was listed
as the 5th most influential person in podcasting according to the
book “Podcasting for Dummies” – Wiley Press 2005.
Rob has consulted on podcasting for Jack Welch, Tim Ferriss,
Senator Edwards, Governor Bill Richardson, Dr. Mark Hyman, Noah
Shanok (Stitcher), and the Sacramento Kings/Monarchs to name just a
few. He is also a monthly columnist for Podertainment The Podcast
Magazine. Rob was Chair of the Education and Outreach Committee for
the Association of Downloadable Media.