9 top tips for getting your podcast heard

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So, you’ve recorded a kick-ass podcast. The first few episodes are finished, and they sound even better than you hoped they would. But though that may have seemed like a lot of work, that was just the beginning.

July 2018 – Work, like the rest of the country, was hotting up

For many people, July was an opportunity to get down to the beach and enjoy the hottest summer since 1976. Sadly, I wasn’t one of those people. It’s been a busy old month for us at Bengo Media. Here’s a whistle-stop tour of what we’ve been up to. The first 17 days of July were dominated by television, which for … Read More

Podcast 101 – One Day Workshop

One Day Workshop Podcasting is the fastest growing way to reach and engage your customer base. On-demand audio programmes have seen an explosion in popularity, and with Google throwing its weight behind promoting podcast content, this is only set to increase. Brands of all sizes and individuals across the globe are using this exciting medium to engage fans and customers and to build … Read More

Bengo Media creates new podcast for Welsh teachers

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Bengo Media has been commissioned by Welsh Government to create a new podcast series for Welsh teachers, ahead of a root and branch reform of the country’s education system. By 2022, all children in Wales will be working to a new curriculum for the first time in over 30 years – with digital skills at the heart of the reforms … Read More

Have you really got enough quality content for a 50 minute podcast? 

Your listeners are time poor, so challenge yourself to offer them value every minute – or cut your episodes down to size I’ve spent some time this week catching up on all the news from last week’s Podcast Movement. PM is the big, annual US conference on all things podcasting. And while many sessions caught the eye, VP of Libsyn, … Read More

Four Podcasts to Take Your Mind Off Nuclear War

People talk about 2016 like it was the end of days. But if I were last year, I’d be talking to my lawyers right now, because it doesn’t have a patch on 2017. I’ve lost count of how many times my stomach has turned this year: the thought of civil rights being rolled back in America; the sheer man-made horror … Read More