What are you REALLY looking for in a podcast editor?It's time to get specific. If you want to take the work we've been doing and turn it into a list of what you want (and need), this is the episode for you.
Over the past few episodes, we've laid the groundwork to help you understand and communicate what you're looking for.
Now it's time to do two things: consider other (non-editing) services and trim down the list. You'll want to use the notes you've been taking over the past few episodes and listen for a few ideas, as well as some thoughts about how to trim the list down and prioritize it.
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