I'd like to welcome Tony Doe to the Podcast Setup community this week.
He was one of the first few to jump on board and fill out the interview application without hesitation. He's a helpful voice in the Twitter podcast community, publishes his own podcast newsletter, and is also the Nigerian Country rep for the APVA.
I'm honored to share a bit more about him with you in today's newsletter.
Experienced Radio Broadcaster and Podcast Guide, Tony Doe, chats with radio broadcasters, who answer questions fans are curious about
Tony Doe Podcast hosted by Tony Doe
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Summarize your show for us
..folks in the radio space and I chatting about radio and podcasts.
Why do listeners subscribe to your podcast?
Informative entertainment. My guests have inspiring and humorous come-up stories. I hear the production is pretty cool too.
What makes your approach to podcasting different from others?
Time in the radio space has taught me to ask relevant questions and get out of the way so the story can unfold. So I may be asking the same questions, but I'm guaranteed to get different answers, each and every time.
What do you hope listeners gains from listening to your show?
Hope. There's a place for hard work, a place for smart work and the ability to recognise and maximise "grace" with one's skills and opportunities.
What does your podcast legacy look like?
...An Audio biography of some of the greatest digital storytellers available on-demand. A reference point for classrooms, research papers and podcasts.
What's the best piece of advice you have for other podcasters?
Ask yourself "why". Then go all out to fulfill that. Be patient, and willing to adapt. Join a community, and subscribe to newsletters, like mine [podcast-related: this week in the podverse].
The software you use for your podcast:
The hardware you use for your podcast:
- Samson CL7 condenser
- Shure SM58
- Behringer XM8500
- Focusrite Scarlett 2i2
- Numark HF125 headphones
- Startone audio scissor boom arm
What makes your podcast setup work for you?
They're portable, nifty... can fit into a backpack if I need to go on the road. I leave the condenser mic at home and take the dynamic ones with me.
They're all pretty compatible with each other. My dream set-up involves Podmics running through the Rodecaster Pro [the original], or the NT - USB mini running through the Connect software on the laptop, lighter load
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