This “quality” question seems to pop up regularly on Facebook and LinkedIn podcast groups. Many answers dazzle the reader with knowledge of compression algorithms and favorite microphones. These obsessive discussions sound like purists arguing about vinyl vs. digital.
Mere mortals need some guidelines to make business decisions.[Read more…] about What’s the best way to record a remote podcast interview?
Let’s take a look at the podcast called AI Today from Cognilytica. I listened to episode #102, an interview with a couple of people who are applying artificial intelligence to solve an underwater problem. The concern is the proliferation of a non-native species called Lionfish.
Clocking in at 22 minutes, the podcast I listened to is enough time to give the basics of a topic and keep it interesting. The podcast has a classic open, body, and close. You will find an open and close bumper and a midroll read.
In my experience, multiple hosts and multiple guests make for a confusing interview. Here we have Kathleen Walch and Ronald Schelzer as moderators interviewing Erica Angle and Adam Kantor from an organization called Robots in Service, or RSE.[Read more…] about A review of the podcast “AI Today”