Interactive webinar: Podcasting for Cultural Heritage, 1 October (13.00-15.00 CEST)


Are you or your organisation looking for new ways to reach audiences virtually? Want to start a podcast but unsure of where to begin?

In this two-hour interactive webinar, award-winning podcast producer Hannah Hethmon will walk you through everything you need to know to either produce your own podcast in-house or select the right external production company. Participants will get an introduction to the state of podcasting in Europe and globally, learn what the advantages of the medium are, get tech recommendations and tips on how to edit, learn how to publish their show and more. The webinar will be tailored to the unique needs of heritage organisations and offer specific examples of how podcasting can fit into their larger engagement strategies.
Ample time will be given for Q&A.

Hannah Hethmon is the founder and owner of Better Lemon Creative Audio, which specialises in podcasting for museums, history organisations, cultural nonprofits, and other mission-based institutions. She is the host and creator of the podcast Museums in Strange Places, an American Alliance of Museums award-winning podcast, which was recently selected for collection and preservation by the United States Library of Congress, and the author of the popular handbook ​Your Museum Needs a Podcast: A Step-By-Step Guide to Podcasting on a Budget for Museums and Cultural Nonprofits.
Hannah’s international production work includes shows for The National Archives (UK) and the Smithsonian Institution (US), the National Preservation Institute (US), The Royal Parks (UK) and Donmar Warehouse (UK). Hannah has spoken and taught internationally on podcasting for cultural nonprofits and digital storytelling.

This webinar is open to members of Europa Nostra and winners of the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards.
Participation in the webinar is free of charge but places are limited.
The event will be recorded and made available to everyone.

Registration here until Tuesday, 29 September