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Conceptualizing Podcasts (Facilitator: Katrine Nyland Sorensen)

Conceptualizing Podcasts (Facilitator: Katrine Nyland Sorensen)

How do we conceptualize the ‘Slow Memory Podcast’? The aim of this workshop is to plan the Slow Memory podcast series. Which stories and content do we want to produce and which audiences do we want to attract and engage with? In this workshop you will also get a quick introduction to the noble art of podcasting including the do’s and don’ts, the importance of captivating storytelling and good editing.   

If you have recording devices, do please bring them to the workshop.

Katrine Nyland Sorensen is an experienced broadcaster and podcaster, who worked for the Danish Broadcasting Corporation for 22 years as a host and editor on various news, current affairs and arts programmes before starting her own communications agency specializing in podcast production six years ago. Katrine has an MSs in Political Science from University of Copenhagen.

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