I am very excited to share with you that I have created a brand new podcast for the Litigation Support Guru community. I have been working on it for months and I am launching with several podcast episodes already recorded. Podcasting has a pretty steep learning curve. Who would have thought I would be learning how to record and edit audio files. Ha!
I have created a new website for the podcast and you can find it at podcast.litigationsupportguru.com. I encourage you to check it out and leave a voice message for a future podcast.
In my first episode, I explain why I decided to start a podcast. There are three basic modalities for a content creator such as myself to share content with the world — reading, listening and watching. Going forward, I intend to provide all three to the Litigation Support Guru community.
The Litigation Support Guru Podcast episodes will have monologues as well as interviews. Some of the content will be more for newbies and other content will be for those of you already in litigation support. I intend to keep the episodes between 30 and 50 minutes for the most part and they will be released on a weekly basis. I have intentionally created different segments throughout each episode that I thought you might find interesting.
The podcast is currently in the iTunes and Stitcher podcast directories. At some point, it will be available in the Blackberry and Microsoft directories, as well as some other popular ones.
The iOS devices have a Podcasts app made by Apple that I have used to consume podcasts. I’ve also tried the Pocket Casts app. It is available on iOS or Android. Stitcher has their own app that is available on iOS or Android.
From the podcast apps or from iTunes, simply search for “litigation support guru” and then Subscribe! New episodes will be automatically delivered to your device.
You can also listen to the podcast episodes directly from your computer. Just go to the website and click the play button.
I know there are some of you that listen to podcasts all the time using your computer, your iPod or your smart phone. However, I still meet people every day that have never listened to a podcast. For those of you that are new to podcasts, here are some links to help you get up to speed.
Similar to my work ethic in litigation support, I wanted to produce a quality podcast. OMG, I am now a producer! I purchased a top of the line Heil PR40 microphone with a shock mount and a boom.
I would like to give a special shout out and thank you to Cliff Ravenscraft from Podcast Answer Man and Ray Ortega from The Podcasters’ Studio. I could not have done this without the knowledge they each share with beginner podcasters. Thank you both!