23. Hiring a Podcast Editor | Assembling Your Podcast Team

Podcircle Podcast

Jan 23 2024 • 14 mins

The joke in podcasting is that you spend 30 minutes recording a podcast AND THEN spend 3 hours editing it. That's not a very good use of your time and it ultimately leads to "podcast burn out". In the next few episodes, we're talking about assembling your podcast team. And we believe the very first thing you should do is hire out your editing. We're also going to draw a distinction between hiring freelancers from Fiverr and Upwork and hiring experienced, professional editors. And if you want to see a professional audio editor in action, watch this video of Kyle at work!

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1:51 The first thing you should outsources is podcast editing
4:16 You get increased audio quality
5:12 A word about "professional editors" on Fiverr and Upwork
6:41 Maintaining consistency
9:07 Give your listeners a seamless listening experience
12:20 Is it time to outsource your editing?

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