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Writing for a conversational podcast

When people attempt to actually write out podcast content, whether it be news, a segment, or just a script in general…bad things can happen. Here are some tips for avoiding badly scripted podcasts.

Write for listening, not for reading

There are differences in how you would write for something that will be read out loud versus writing for someone reading off a page. This video walks you through the differences and helps you plan for your next project.

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