Best Podcasts for Podcasters
It's 2019 and launching a podcast has never been easier! Not only is the cost of entry continuing to come down but there are also a wealth of free resources available to help you become a better podcaster.
In addition to some fantastic blogs (check out our "5 Best Podcasting Blogs" post to see which ones we recommend) there are several excellent "podcasts about podcasting" dedicated to teaching the art of podcasting.
Here are our Top 8 podcasts for podcasters:
1. How to Start a Podcast
Produced by Buzzsprout.
Podcast Website: www.buzzsprout.com/1
Recommended for newbie podcasters trying to launch their first podcast.
"How to Start a Podcast" is a serial podcast that teaches you how to create a podcast from scratch. Presented by Buzzsprout, this podcast is perfect for the newbie podcaster, the established podcaster who wants to make sure they have all their bases covered, or someone who wants to learn more about what it's like to make a podcast.
Produced by The Podcast Host
Podcast Website: https://www.thepodcasthost.com/category/podcraft-podcast/
Recommended for beginner to intermediate podcasters looking for practical tips
Taking you from novice podcaster to confident broadcaster! This podcast is all about the brilliant world of Podcasting - teaching you how to make, grow and monetize a great show. In this podcast I cover the full range of Podcasting skills, looking at equipment, techniques, editing, promotion, planning, monetization, podcasting environments, events, and speaking skills. I'll be bringing on guests from popular podcasts, talking to novices and experts alike, and generally helping you to create the best podcast possible.
3. The Audacity to Podcast
Produced by Daniel J. Lewis
Podcast Website: https://theaudacitytopodcast.com/
Recommend for all podcasters that want to learn the ins and outs of podcasting from one of podcasting's leading experts.
Award-winning podcast for you to learn about podcasting, Audacity, and WordPress from Daniel J. Lewis. Awarded #1 technology podcast in 2012 by people's choice. Podcasting is a exciting and personal way to share your message with others, but how do you do it? What equipment, software, and skills do you need? Daniel gives you answers to these and more podcasting questions. Many episodes focus entirely on Audacity.
4. Podcaster's Roundtable
Produced by Ray Ortega, Dave Jackson and Daniel J. Lewis
Podcast Website: https://podcastersroundtable.com/
Recommended for intermediate to advanced podcasters interested in hearing experts discuss podcast industry news
Discussing the issues that face podcast producers and podcasting. Each Roundtable features a new podcaster from the community of listeners. We talk less about the "how-to" and more about they "why." You'll learn how to improve your podcast through the shared experience of other podcasters.
5. School of Podcasting
Produced by Dave Jackson
Podcast Website: http://schoolofpodcasting.com/
Recommend for intermediate to advanced podcasters who want to learn about podcasting and be entertained at the same time.
Established in 2005 if you want to learn about podcasting this is the show for you. It's been described by many as the most entertaining and unique of all the "Podcasts about Podcasting." We discuss ways to plan a successful launch that will get you ranking high in Apple Podcasts, finding the best gear on a budget, developing content that leaves people wanting more. He has been helping people understand technology and has been called "The Analogy King." His style is "edutainment" and you will always walk away with useful knowledge and insights. Dave Jackson is the original, and if you don't like the first episode you hear - give him two more and he'll change your mind.
6. She Podcasts
Produced by Elsie Escobar and Jessica Kupferman
Podcast Website: https://www.shepodcasts.com/
Recommended for podcasters looking for a more laid back, casual conversation around podcasting topics.
She Podcasts is a show all about podcasting – for women - by women. Hosted by two of the leading voices in podcasting, Jessica Kupferman and Elsie Escobar, this show is dedicated to addressing all the things that come up for podcasters from a female perspective. News, tech gadgets, relationship management, interview best practices, show notes, everything you can think of can and will be covered.
7. The Podcaster's Studio
Produced by Ray Ortega
Podcast Website: https://thepodcastersstudio.com/
Recommended for podcasters that want to learn more about the technical aspects of podcasting.
Learn how to podcast. Get started podcasting or improve the show you already have. You'll learn how to record, publish, promote, and grow your podcast.
Produced by Buzzsprout
Podcast Website: http://www.buzzsprout.com/231452
Recommended for beginner to intermediate podcasters looking for practical tips and inspirational interviews from other podcasters.
Buzzcast is a one-stop-shop podcast for podcasters looking to create a successful podcast. Unlike most podcasts, Buzzcast is a podcast channel that features multiple shows all conveniently placed in the same feed. You'll hear tactics and strategies to take your podcast to the next level, stories from podcasters just like you in the middle of their podcasting journey, and free podcasting courses that rival the ones you'd spend hundreds of dollars on. Subscribe to Buzzcast and take the guesswork out of podcasting.