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La primera conversación

Hoy hablamos con Emilio Cano, director de Emilcar FM. Por supuesto, hablamos de podcasting.

Es nuestro primer doble episodio, ya que justo antes de grabar esta conversación, Craig y PIlar visitaron a Emilio en Promopodcast.
http://emilcar.fm/2016/11/21/98-en-clave-de-podcast/

Felicidades, Emilio, por el premio de la ASESPOD durante las JPOD de Málaga.

emilcar_invitado
¿Cual será el futuro de las JPOD?

Las Podnights en Valencia y Murcia están creciendo.

¿Por qué Emilio montó la podcasts emilcar.fm?

5by5.tv

Relay.fm

Raquel Mendez en  A pie de pizarra

La marca personal no siempre es buena para las redes de podcasts.

Emilio usa Slack para hablar con los podcasters en su red.

¿Cual es el origen de “Emilcar”?

“Necesitamos nuevos oyentes que empiezen a escuchar nuestros podcasts por su tema y que luego se enamoren del medio.”

Emilcar apuesta por el futuro de los podcasts locales.

Nuestro amigo Lee Ball tiene un podcast local sobre su ciudad en Inglaterra: https://www.thisisrammy.co.uk/

Emilcar recomienda:

Ya Conoces las Noticias

Hacia Falta

Así Lo Hacemos

La red de Emilar está en  http://emilcar.fm/

@emilcarfm en Twitter

Post-interview Discussion

We were interviewed for Promopodcast on Emilcar.fm

Pilar: Our avatar has changed since we started. We thought we’d have a predominantly English speaking audience, in fact it’s mostly Spanish.

Craig: Our avatar is probably Spanish speaking podcasters who are interested in what’s happening in the English-speaking world.

Pilar: I like podcasts that have a conversational focus.

The rapport in particular between co-hosts will hold Pilar’s attention and interest. Pilar listens mainly for entertainment.

Amy Porterfield: http://www.amyporterfield.com/

Craig: I like podcasts that teach me stuff and make me think.

Pilar: I stop listening to a podcast when the audio quality is below a certain level.

I’ve thought about starting a podcast network, but it’s too much work!

The BBC are now cross-promoting other podcasts in their network.

Craig: Perhaps a podcast network would be a good idea for language learning podcasts. Too much work for me, too!

Daniel J Lewis: http://noodle.mx/

Leo Laporte: https://twit.tv/

Dan Benjamin: http://5by5.tv/

Podcast One: http://www.podcastone.com/

Panoply: http://www.panoply.fm/

Radiotopia: https://www.radiotopia.fm/

Pilar: Diversity is important in a podcast network.

I have stopped my sponsor in my business podcast: http://virtualnotdistant.com/podcasts/ It could be confusing that a business podcast is sponsored by another business. Ask yourself if the sponsor is really necessary, and a good fit, before you take it on.

Craig: Jessica Kupferman’s agency for possible sponsorship: http://www.jkmagency.com/

Pilar: You don’t need a large number of listeners to get a sponsor. It’s the engagement that’s important.

Craig: In the coming year or two, local podcasting could really take off. It might take a few more years for that to affect Spanish podcasting.

You can contact us on Twitter: @clavepod

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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