Fuse Podcast Studio: Part One
Have you ever wanted to learn more about podcasts or get more involved in our community? Fuse can help!
In April of 2017, Fuse opened a podcast studio in their coworking offices on George Washington Way in Richland, Washington. Since that time, a number of people have started recording podcasts at Fuse.
One of these podcasts is Tri-Citizens, a podcast in which Kristi Shumway interviews various denizens of the Tri-Cities who are “making Tri-Cities the place we are happy to call home.”
Kristi says her goals are to “show-off Tri-Cities, encourage participation in one of the many organizations or events talked about on the show, and connect people across the area to create an even tighter community.” She wants her podcast to motivate people to get involved and make the Tri-Cities an even better place to live.
The Tri-Citizens podcast is also home to Fuse’s own Fireside Chat series. Fireside Chats are one-on-one conversations between hosts and community innovators. The events themselves are public and catered by local vendors, then the recorded interviews are published by the Tri-Citizens podcast.
Tune in next week to learn more about local podcasts and how Fuse is using podcasting to bring our community closer together!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (509) 572-3820 to book the podcast studio at Fuse, or to schedule training.
I’m curious what the cost is for Podcast production and how long do you have?
I’ll get someone in touch with you, Aaron.