Eric Nuzum started NPR’s podcasting efforts in 2005. He worked at NPR for over a decade and helped produce hit shows like “TED Radio Hour” and “Invisibila.” He left NPR for Audible, where he led Amazons efforts in short form audio and podcasts until 2018.
Eric Nuzum is the author of the book “Make Noise: A Creator’s Guide to Podcasting and Great Audio Storytelling.”
On Radio Survivor today we talk to Eric Nuzum about how he began his career in radio at a college station; his advice for community radio stations when it comes to podcasting; and where to begin when you plan to start a new podcast project to give you the best chance to reach the audience you are seeking.
This rebroadcast concludes with a fresh and lengthy audio commentary from Eric Klein on the interview which includes some listener feed back and a Q and A that originates from the first time the interview aired. (It is worth noting that the original interview dates back to the moment just a matter of days before the Pandemic began to restructure life in the United States, which is part of the focus of the new commentary on the episode and it’s themes. )
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