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Podcasting for Non Profits

The following list comes from NetSquared via Greg Schwartz’s Open Stacks.
7 Ways Nonprofits Can Use Podcasts
1. A leader at your nonprofit or NGO talks about what is going on in the organization and in your field. This is great if your founder or director is a strong and inspiring speaker.
2. Short, informational pieces about one issue combining voiceover by a narrator/host and interviews with the people you serve.
3. Weekly updates about what is going on in your organization followed by interviews with experts in your field.
4. Have your constituents create the podcast.
5. Be creative!
6. Use recordings from presentations.
7. Turn your radio show into a podcast.
Add these to library programs ideas like teen podcast DVD and book reviews and genealogical local history story capturing and you get loads of fun stuff to pilot.
Stephen

Posted on: April 17, 2006, 9:58 am Category: Uncategorized

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  1. I am very excitied that one of the districts I serve is planning on using podcasting to share their annual budget presentation. I guess there will be a series of short pieces that go through the different parts of the budget. It will be interesting to see how it goes…and if it has any effect?