Your podcast should be relevant to an educated audience beyond campus. It needs to be written in a style that will translate well into speech, a written piece adjusted into something more “talky” — a vocal performance. It should also display originality and technical execution, and should mix together at least three audio tracks (background music, your voice over/narrative, any other audio files or data sources, such as interviews or radio programs).
In the composing part, you should make sure that your tracks are precisely edited and transition between tracks is natural and smooth. The principles of coherence, unity, organicity, and consideration of audience and media all come into play in this medium. Therefore, your podcast script should be written with much care, and plan for the composition should be done intricately before recording and editing the tracks. Unless you have an effective delivery (output), all your behind the scene diligence hardly makes any sense in this media. Your final product should be exported in mp3 format, uploaded on your website or in third party hosts like Soundcloud and published in Apple Podcast, Google Podcast and Amazon Music. The podcast, eventually, becomes a part of your digital portfolio that you exhibit towards the end of the semester. You will also present your review in the class.
Podcast Presentation is due on : February 22
Submit your Podcast to Canvas by February 22.