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Seems like everyone’s starting their own podcast these days. So how do YOU stand out in a sea of podcasts?

Hint: It’s NOT about the microphone.

There is NO one-size-fits-all tutorial that is sufficient. So let me help.

I'm Andrea Klunder, your podcast boss, and I want to help you develop and communicate YOUR STORY — the passion behind the podcast, the thing that makes your show unique and valuable to your listeners, and the secret ingredients that will help you feel successful and make your show the envy of everyone else.

Learn more at

Oct 17, 2019

Episode 051. “I think it’s like improv. You’ve given us prompts and we play and it’s a lot of “yes, and…” in terms of our conversation.” ~Andrea Fellows Walters

Andrea Fellows Walters and Brandon Neal, co-hosts* and co-creators of Key Change, a podcast from the Santa Fe Opera, are two of my favorite...

Sep 25, 2019

Episode 050. “I said I would never do a live event... doing it live -- I would never do another podcast at home in my jammies if I didn't have to. THIS is everything! I love the give and take. I love seeing people's reactions. There's nothing to me that compares to having that interaction.” ~Martha Southgate,...

Sep 18, 2019

Episode 049. "It’s a lot easier than I expected to get people to talk to you for a podcast… I majored in journalism as an undergrad and I remember trying to get people to let me interview them for a story. For some reason, people are way more responsive for this [podcasting] medium."

~Stacy Massey, host of How's...

Aug 28, 2019

Episode 048. "We must create content that matters so much to the people who are listening that they will pay for what they can get for free."

Laura Walker, former CEO WNYC Studios @ Podcast Movement

The morning after Podcast Movement 2019 in Orlando, Florida, I had an idea for what I hope will be an ongoing...

Aug 13, 2019

"Making pod-friends is super important because as you may or may not yet know, podcasting can sometimes start to feel like this very solitary thing. It's not like performing on stage where you have an immediate feedback loop, an immediate direct interaction with your audience. It is something that likely you are doing...