“Produce a Business News Podcast” participants visited a local business, recorded audio and edited sound clips to create a polished story.
The training was held during the 2010 Society of American Business Editors & Writers conference in Phoenix.
This session was led by Mark Moran, the news director for KJZZ, Phoenix’s public radio station. He has reported for national and international news agencies, including the BBC, CBC and Voice of America.
- Session One: How to capture audio
- Session Two: Editing audio into a podcast
Take a look through the recordings, resources and tools below. At your own pace, you can walk through the self-guided lesson on how to produce a business news podcast.
Hear a podcast produced during the workshop on the challenges of local Phoenix boutique in a down economy.
Journalism doesn’t change just because you are working with audio. To get started on your own segment, check out Moran's podcast 101 crib sheet (PDF), which is packed with tips for capturing and producing successful pieces.
Mark Moran: The news director for KJZZ, Phoenix’s public radio station. He has reported for national and international news agencies, including the BBC, CBC and Voice of America.