Event | Curious About Podcasting? Here’s Where to Start
This May 30 session will cover some of the basic tools and concepts involved in making a podcast.
Podcasting is one of the most accessible ways to put your voice and ideas out there. Technically, anyone with a computer can record a podcast and host it on iTunes and other platforms. However, creating compelling audio content that can engage an audience takes technical skill, creativity, and strategy. This May 30 session at The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) with producer and content strategist Reva Goldberg will cover some of the basic tools and concepts involved in making a podcast. You’ll also leave with a list of resources to take advantage of as you get started. Bring your questions so the content of the session can meet you where you are.
Program Title: Curious About Podcasting? Here’s Where to Start
Date and Time: Thursday, May 30, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Location: The New York Foundation for the Arts, 20 Jay Street, Suite 740, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Cost: $15 for NYFA-affiliated artists (Fiscally Sponsored, NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellows, Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program Artists) and $20 for the general public
Register: RSVP here through Eventbrite
About Reva Goldberg
Reva Goldberg is a versatile producer and content strategist based in Brooklyn, NY. After nearly two decades working in independent film, documentaries, and nonprofit communications, Goldberg shifted her focus to audio and podcast producing. Recent projects include freelance field producing for “Mothers of Invention,” a feminist climate justice podcast from Doc Society; local reporting for WBAI radio; and story consulting on the Webby-nominated podcast “Other Men Need Help.” In 2018, Goldberg received a BRIC Fellowship to record, write, and edit an independent podcast pilot. Until December 2018, Goldberg was a long-time staffer at the film production company and foundation Cinereach. During Goldberg’s tenure, the organization produced and funded more than 200 films including Sorry to Bother You, We the Animals, MATANGI/MAYA/M.I.A, and Shirkers. Her work as an independent producer includes the short documentary An Imaginary Thing (2012); the Showtime feature documentary All of Us (2009), the feature film Toe to Toe (Sundance 2009), and other independent and commissioned projects.
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Image: Merche Blasco (Fellow in Digital/Electronic Arts ’17), Sonic Bloom, 2016, rehearsal at North Mountain Residency for the performance “Sonic Bloom,” that took place on The High Line