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Nuggets of Twitter Wisdom on Succeeding with Podcasting

On Tuesday I participated in a Twitter chat about podcasting organized by MediaShift as part of their EducationShift chat series.  Stacy Forster of the University of Wisconsin-Madison moderated the chat, and we were joined by impressive panel of podcasting, journalism and education experts, including MediaShift’s Mark Glaser, host of The Mediatwits podcast; Jule Gardner Banville, of the University of Montana and Last Best Stories; Michael O’Connell, of Federal News Radio and the It’s All Journalism podcast; Meagan Francis of The Home Hour podcast and other programs;  and Stacy Bond of KQED.

The big topic at hand was “how to succeed at podcasting,” which is something I think an awful lot about, and discuss often with my colleague Eric on our podcast. Of course, the topic begs the question of, “what qualifies as success,” which I didn’t ask, and we didn’t quite tackle. Regardless, there were several valuable nuggets of wisdom that I took away from the chat:

There’s more than these, which you can read in this Storify of the chat:

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