Writing scripts for Podcasts

Kursnummer: 15320

16.-17. April 2020, 09.30 – 16.00 Uhr
€ 490,- / für Freie, Studierende und ZerDi-Alumni -50%
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In 2019 there were more than 700,000 active podcasts with over 54 million podcast episodes available worldwide. This is a CROWDED field. Unless you are a celebrity or have a niche audience, it is very difficult to get noticed (and listened to). This is especially true for those who create podcasts using the usual (and to listeners, not particularly interesting) older formats of one person talking about a subject or one person interviewing another about a subject. The new wave of podcasts are structured as reported magazine-style stories or dramatic narratives. These are mini-audio documentaries. They tell stories. This two-day hands-on workshop will look at this new generation of podcasts and focus on developing a concept, a storyboard and the outlines of a script for your podcast. 

 

Your Trainer:

Lauren Kessler (laurenkessler.com) is an American journalist and the award-winning author of 9 books who combines lively narrative with deep research to explore everything from the seemingly romantic but oh-so-gritty world of ballet to the wild, wild west of the anti-aging movement, from the stormy seas of the mother-daughter relationship to the hidden world of Alzheimer’s sufferers.

Her books have been Wall Street Journal and People magazine „best“ selections, Washington Post and Los Angles Times bestsellers. She has written for the New York Times magazine, Los Angeles Times magazine, O (Oprah) magazine and The Nation among others. Her book of essays on the art and craft of writing, Gute Texte, was just recently published in Austria.

She blogs at www.laurenchronicles.com about wellness and living an engaged life. Kessler is an international speaker and workshop leader and the creator of two graduate programs in narrative journalism at the University of Oregon.

16.04.2020 - 17.04.202009:30 - 16:00
490, für Freie, Studierende und ZerDi-Alumni -50% (Förderungen möglich)
Lauren Kessler