Parents' Guide to

Podcasters U

By Robert Yaniz Jr., Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Helpful guide for aspiring young podcasters.

Podcast Educational Pinna Average run time: 15 minutes
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Podcasters U is the perfect entry point for young listeners who are interested in podcasting but have little to no knowledge of how to get started. As the podcasting marketplace has evolved, it's become both easier to launch a podcast and more difficult to stand out. And Podcasters U does a thorough job of educating listeners about everything that goes into making a podcast, from inception to posting. The show itself, of course, has impeccable production – like other Pinna shows – and it makes a focused effort to include as many different kinds of podcasts in its coverage as possible, from interview shows to game shows.

Moreover, Podcasters U uses the ample resources at Pinna to illustrate its points. Experts from the company – including those working in technical fields, such as sound design – frequently pop up as guests. Host Jeremey Liew too is also engaging to listen to and always enthusiastic to explore more about the world of podcasting. Podcasters U guides aspiring podcasters with knowledge about how to get started efficiently with a new show and what pitfalls to avoid, including the dangers of using material without permission. Newcomers to podcasting should catch up with Podcasters U.

Podcast Details

  • Release date: June 6, 2022
  • Genre: Educational
  • Average Run Time: 15 minutes
  • Website: https://pinna.fm/
  • Host: Jeremy Liew
  • Production Company and Network: Pinna
  • Pricing structure: Paid, Free (Episodes are free on various listening platforms. Additional resources available on the Pinna app with a subscription of $7.99/mo or $71.88/yr.)
  • Last updated: February 8, 2023

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