Creating and Managing Multiple Podcasts | Featuring JP Prezzavento

JP Prezzavento

In this episode of Educational Podcasting Today, Jeff sits down with St. Louis Podcaster JP Prezzavento from The Bits & Bytes Podcast to discuss how to create and manage multiple podcasts. In this episode, we discuss podcasting production from the concept phase through the production and promotion stages and everything in between.  

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In this episode, we discuss:

  • Why should you get into podcasting?
  • How To Create And Manage Multiple Podcasts
  • What type of equipment does JP use to create his podcast?
  • Podcasting Show Notes
  • Telling your story through podcast
  • Creating multiple shows.
  • Best advice you would give yourself before you record episode 1
  • Growing your audience through being open and honest
  • Automating workflows with G Suite
  • What happens after you publish your podcast?

About JP Prezzavento

JP Prezzavento currently serves his home district in the St Louis area as the Coordinator of Instructional Technology where he regularly leads professional development for the district’s 850 teachers and 50 administrators. Previously, JP served as a high school English language arts teacher. JP is a Google for Education Certified Trainer, Apple Teacher, a Common Sense Media Educator, and was recognized as a 2017 METC Spotlight Educator. JP hosts the Bits & Bytes of Education podcast and co-hosts the Edtech PodSquad podcast and blogs at JP has presented at a variety of regional conferences and is scheduled to speak about connecting educators with podcasting at ISTE 2019 in Philadelphia, PA.

About The Bits & Bytes of Education

The Bits and Bytes of Education is a bi-weekly podcast that shares snack-sized ideas, resources, and interviews about teaching, learning, and technology integration.

Each episode contains the Edtech Minute, where I share an idea, tech tool, or resource that is useful to the audience, a featured conversation with an educator doing amazing work in his or her space, and What I’m Learning, where I share the books I’m reading, the podcasts I’m listening to, and other ways I’m learning to be a more effective educator.

About The EdTech PodSquad

The Edtech PodSquad is a monthly show where 5 Missouri Edtech leaders talk about issues relevant to tech coaches, coordinators, and integrators. The Squad learns and grows through these conversations and just happens to hit record to share those conversations with others.

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Apps and Equipment Mentioned in the Show

  • Headliner
  • Weebly
  • Podbean
  • Google Doc
  • autoCrat
  • formMule
  • Microphone: Audio-technica AT2005

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