FAQs working with Sitch Radio

Yes, we do!
We will work with you 1-on-1 to help you launch, maintain & grow your show. Benefit from our experience, thousands of episodes produced, multiple hosts, production styles, and production teams.
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Of course, we will!
We offer as little or as much production work as you need.
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Not only can we help you find guests, but we will schedule them and conduct tech checks.
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We can produce your video show in the studio or remotely. Live Streaming or recorded and edited episodes.
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We sure can!
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General Podcasting FAQ

Podcasting is a method of distributing audio or video content over the Internet, typically in the form of a series of episodes that can be downloaded and listened to or watched on a computer or mobile device.
To listen to a podcast, you can use a smartphone or tablet with a podcast app, such as Apple Podcasts or Google Podcasts, or you can listen on a computer using a web browser.
To create a podcast, you will need to record and edit audio or video content, and then upload the episodes to a hosting platform, such as Spreaker. You will also need to create show notes and an RSS feed, which is a file that allows users to subscribe to your podcast and receive new episodes automatically. Most hosting platforms create and add to the RSS feed automatically.
To start a podcast, you will need a computer with audio editing software (such as Audacity or GarageBand), a microphone, and a quiet place to record. You may also want to invest in headphones and a pop filter to improve the sound quality of your episodes. For a list of recommended products please visit our “Podcast on your own” page.
To promote your podcast, you can use social media to share micro-content and links to your episodes and interact with your audience. You can also submit your podcast to directories such as Apple Podcasts and Spotify, and consider reaching out to relevant blogs or websites to ask for reviews or feature articles.
There are several ways to monetize a podcast, including selling advertising, sponsorships, and merchandise, as well as offering premium content or services to subscribers. You can also consider using a platform such as Patreon or Supercast to gate and accept payments from your listeners. It is possible to make money from your podcast, but it may take time and effort to build an audience and monetize your show. Some successful podcasts generate significant revenue through advertising, sponsorships, merchandise, and other streams, while others use their podcast as a platform to promote their business or other ventures.
The length of your podcast episodes will depend on the content and format of your show. Some podcasts are short and focused, while others are longer and more in-depth. In general, it is important to keep your episodes engaging and to the point and to consider the attention span and preferences of your audience.
The frequency of your podcast episodes will depend on your schedule and the format of your show. Some podcasts release new episodes daily or weekly, while others release new episodes monthly or less frequently. It is important to be consistent and to communicate your release schedule to your audience.


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