If you would like to know more about the criterias behind the EPA, this is the episode, you should download or just listen to here on the blog.
The Danish EPA ambassador Karin Hoegh has an interview with Michel Mertens about the conditions, nominations, the jury – all the details about the voting and the nominations of the EPA. You can also read more about it in last years post about the criteria.
Download episode 2: “The Votes and the Jury”
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You can also hear the creator Tamara Bianco of the last years winner of the non profit category, Kaffeepod - she talks about how surprising it was for a podcasting project at the University of Augsburg to be nominated and even win the EPA 2010. The podcast is podfaded, but you can still find it on iTunes and on the blog.
Dave Thackeray, The Podcastguy, and the UK Ambassador for EPA, lines out the essential elements of podcasting. These are the key elements, you should sit down and think carefully about, before you start your podcast, or if you think your show does not reach the level of recognition you think it deserves.
- tech available
- planning show
You will also get very valuable tips and tricks from three podcasters nominated for the European Podcast Award:
- Federico Giannini – Finestre sull’Arte in Italy
- Myke Hurley – thepodcastingproject.com – The Bro Show
- Bartek “godai” Biedrzycki – K-Pok podcast in Poland
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