Podcasting is quickly becoming the new buzzword for content creators, but what does it take to start a good one — or a successful one?
We have assembled a fantastic panel of experts to discuss just that: Matthew Price, Dan Gorman, James Green, and Alexandra West are all veteran podcasters. They will share with you their tips on creating a podcast with meaning, building a following, their favourite tools, tracking metrics, and of course, getting great guests.
If you are planning to start a podcast, or already have one and want to take it from great to fantastic, you won’t want to miss this panel!
When: Thursday, December 8 at 7:00 pm
Where: Imagine Cinemas Cartlon, 20 Carlton Street, Toronto
How Much: $5 for members and $10 for non-members
ABOUT OUR PANELISTS
Matthew Price is a Toronto podcaster, programmer and cultural critic. He is the co-host of the long running Mamo! podcast, and hosts Let’s Scare Matthew Price to Death, both available on iTunes. He also co-presents Musicale, an ongoing series of musical films at The Royal Cinema.
Dan Gorman is one of three co-creators of the Modern Superior podcast network and pop-culture blog and a co-host of the See You Next Wednesday podcast. His work has been featured on The A.V. Club’s Podmass, and when he’s not producing podcasts he lives by the motto “Be Kind, Rewind.”
James Green is the co-creator/producer/host of Geek Hard, an internet radio show & podcast. Airing Friday nights on realityradio101.com the show covers movies, TV, comics, music and geek culture in general. He has also interviewed various people from the entertainment industry. Including Jeffrey Combs, Dana DeLorenzo, Darwyn Cooke, Brian Azzarello, Lance Henrickson, Terry Farrell and Robert Picardo. For the past 7 years Geek Hard has continued to provide interviews with celebrities and industry professionals as well as a humourous look at the news of the week.
Alexandra West co-hosts the Faculty of Horror podcast which she co-founded in 2012 with Andrea Subissati. West’s first book Films of the New French Extremity: Visceral Horror and National Identity was published in 2016 by McFarland Books and she has contributed to The Toronto Star, Rue Morgue Magazine, Shock Till You Drop and Offscreen Film Journal among others.
ABOUT IMAGINE CINEMAS CARLTON
Carlton Cinema is located in the heart of Downtown Toronto just east of Yonge and College. With 9 auditoriums, “The Carlton”, as it is popularly called by
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