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Podcasting: Creating Local Podcasts

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On today’s Tech Help for Churches, Podcasting: Creating Local Podcasts

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.

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High school teams
College teams
Pro teams
Regional sports
Unusual sporting events

Regional favorites
Local delicacies

quirks of your location

kid-centered event calendar

Local news:
cover what television and radio don’t

Local history:
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.

Spiritual warfare:
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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