Podcasting: Creating Local Podcasts
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The advantage of podcasts is that they’re not geographically locked, they’re time-shifted, and easily consumed.
For some churches, the international availability of a podcast might be it’s downfall. They are local and want to serve local people, so how do you create a podcast that draws local people? You do it by creating local podcasts.[tweet “Podcasting has a global reach, but that’s a problem if you’re reaching out locally. Here’s how to overcome it:”]
High school teams
Unusual sporting events
quirks of your location
kid-centered event calendar
cover what television and radio don’t
What happened here in the past
Interview local people of interest
Events and fun for singles
Weekly date night ideas
The “C” Church in your area:
Church news of the positive
Clean comedy aimed at local events, etc.
Visit “haunted locations”
Helping the poor:
Events to help the poor
Ideas to help out
What viewers can actually do according to non-profits
Highlight each local church’s mission trips over a year
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If you use the internet, social media, or new media to advance your church’s mission, this show is for you.
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