We’ve just concluded the Wyoming State Library’s two-part series on “Podcasting 101.” View the videos below. You’ll also find them, along with our “Bringing Your Museum or Library to Virtual Audiences,” sessions on our YouTube playlist.
Wyoming museums who watch at least one of the four videos on the playlist (or who participated live) may be eligible for up to $250 in support for equipment, software, or services to produce audio and video virtual programming. Learn more here. and contact Susan Mark, Wyoming State Library Outreach Librarian, at email@example.com or (307) 777-5915 for more information or with questions.
Intro to Podcasting (Podcasting 101, Part 1)
What’s a podcast and why should I have one? Learn about how to start your own podcast for your museum or library and find a whole new audience outside your walls for your programs and collections. Cameron Green, technical producer of the Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum’s “Saddle Lore,” will discuss the basic technology needs for starting and web hosting your podcast. Skye Cranney, cohost of the Idaho State Historical Society’s “Behind Gray Walls,” will discuss how to build consistent content. Learn about budget, technology, production, and more in this informative session, the first of a two-part series.
August 2020; 78 minutes
Workshopping Your Podcast Ideas (Podcasting 101, Part 2)
Bring your questions and workshop your podcast ideas with Cameron Greene, Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum, and Skye Cranney, Historic Idaho State Penitentiary in this this second installment of our two-part podcasting series. This is an audience-driven session meant to help museums and libraries get jump-started with their podcasts. Cameron and Skye will also answer any questions that you may have about podcasting.
August 2020; 62 minutes