Hi ASCers,
Running events, writing blogs and maybe even producing video clips might all be in a days work but what about podcasting?  

Podcasting might seem technical and complicated but it is far from it. Nowadays, it is easy to get started with some basic tools, free software and super cheap hosting options. You could have your audience listening to your dulcet tones in no time!

The ACT branch of the Australian Science Communicators has asked Daniel Oyston, Content Marketer and Canberra local (see bio below) to walk us through the process of setting up and delivering a podcast, tailored to your audience - you can see some examples of Daniel's work here.

The 2 hour workshop includes a full set of notes and information on:

Daniel will leave time for any specific questions you may have and has also said that if you have a recording, he will happily walk you through how to turn it into a podcast.

So, if you have always wanted to learn about podcasting but never known how to start, why not spend an evening with your colleagues, learn together and have a bit of fun!

When: Thursday, October 31st, 2013
Time: 6pm to 8pm (arrive 10 minutes early)
Where: Conference Room, CSIRO Corporate Centre, Limestone Avenue, Campbell, Canberra
What to bring: Laptop, tablet and/or smartphone
Cost: Free for ASC members and $15 for non members
Numbers are limited so please register at http://ascpodcastworkshop.eventbrite.com.au
Finger food and drinks provided.
For more information email asccanberra@gmail.com
Bio: Daniel Oyston has a Masters in Marketing and over 10 years experience in the field, working with small to medium sized businesses including not for profit organisations, private companies and government departments. He currently runs his own consultancy business Content Grasshopper and also lectures at the University of Canberra. You can find more information about Daniel on his website - www.contentgrasshopper.com.au.
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