More non-profit organisations are turning to podcasts as a creative way to engage with audiences for their advocacies. Are podcasts effective in maximising impact? What benefits can organisations gain from them?
At the ninth Video4Change Learning Session, Jen Tarnate of EngageMedia and Christine Clinton of Picture People will share how they have used podcasts to reach new audiences and create trust, support community narratives, and build organisational brands. They will also offer tips and tricks on building podcasts from the ground up with limited budgets using free and open-source software.
Tarnate is the producer of Pretty Good Podcast, which is dedicated to mainstreaming digital rights in the Asia-Pacific. Clinton is the Communications and Engagement Director for Picture People and leads Journeys of Inspiration, a podcast that interviews inspiring professionals from around the world.
The session is open to the public and free to attend. It will be held on Thursday, October 13, 7PM Bangkok time (UTC+7).
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The Video4Change Learning Sessions are held bi-monthly and are facilitated by Network members. These sessions aim to share knowledge and resources among practitioners using video as a tool for change.