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Recuerda que la primera conversación es en español, con nuestro invitado/a y la segunda conversación es en inglés, con Craig y Pilar.

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Remember that the first conversation, with our guest, is in Spanish and the second conversation between Craig and Pilar, is in English.

En este episodio conocemos a Jean Bedel (Julián) y Honky Miss (Teresa), los anfitriones de Invita la casa: http://invitalacasapodcast.blogspot.com.es/

La primera conversación

– El formato e historia de Invita la casa. Un programa “magazine” compuesto de varias secciones.

– Cómo deciden en cambiar o no el formato.

“Puedo hacer el podcast que quiero, el tema que quiero, la duración que me apetece, tener vacios de meses y nadie me pide cuentas. Genial.”

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– Grabación y edición.

– Nos explican ‘Jeférrimo’, ‘gente people’ y chascarrillos.

– Cómo empezó todo… y cómo ha evolucionado el programa.

“En cuanto tengas una idea de podcast, lánzate, lánzate a grabar. Que no te de miedo, todos hemos tenido un primer episodio.”

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– Las JPod, este año en Málaga.
Mencionan Nosotros también tenemos podcast.

– Otros podcasts con Julián y Teresa (por separado)
Asociación Podcast
Bar Bedel
Ven que te cuente
Dímelo bajito y Dímelo al oído
Trending Podcast

Julián recomienda:
Retrato Sonoro
Tecnovias 3.0
Un minuto en Nueva York

Teresa recomienda:
Ladrando en la nube
Arte compacto
Amañece que no es poco

@JeanBedel @Honkymiss @invitalacasapod
Invita la casa blog

Post-interview Discussion

Pilar: This is our first interview in which we actually have previous episodes published on https://enclavedepodcast.com/ Before this we had no published episodes to direct people to.

So far, Spanish podcasters have received our podcast very warmly and have said very nice things about it.

Craig: Spanish speakers have commented that they understand the English part and are following the post-show discussion, which is wonderful.

Pilar: we are finding a lot of inventive, artistic and creative podcasters who are making good quality, original audio content.

“Spanish podcasters seem to be enjoying the flexibility and using their imagination and creativity to go where they want to go with their podcast.”

Craig: Spanish podcasters seem to be very prolific and ten have two podcasts or more.

Podzapp podcast: http://www.spreaker.com/user/puntoprimario/podzapp-98-el-final-del-verano

Podcasters’ Roundtable: http://podcastersroundtable.com/

Pilar: Podzapp is not family friendly.

English language podcasters, when talking together, often take themselves more seriously than Spanish speaking podcasters.

Spanish podcasts generally have very high production quality. The relationship between podcasters themselves, and between podcasters and their audience, tends to be more informal.

The main difference between JPod and the conferences we know is that there are many listeners attending JPod.

iVoox is the main podcast directory. We’re also in Podkast.

Isn’t it wonderful that we’re listening to stuff we wouldn’t normally listen to!

Improve your English with Craig at http://www.inglespodcast.com/

Listen to Pilar talking about working in virtual teams and management at http://virtualnotdistant.com/podcasts/

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