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Micro Course -How to Distribute a Podcast

A Podcast Beginners Guide

AllTalk Global


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0.2 hours
No formal qualification
Optional extras

Digital certificate included in price

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This course is for anyone looking to distribute a podcast today.

Join over 3,000 students being taught in over 100 countries!

This is a no nonsense, straight to the point crash course that will allow you to have your podcast up and running today!


0h 11m

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This course will allow you to understand how to get your podcast off the ground.

After deciding which equipment you will need and have explored the the design work of the podcast, recording and editing you also where to host and distribute your podcast.

You have everything you need in one place to start your podcast today!

Who is this course for?

You Will Learn

  • How to distribute your podcast using Anchor


There are no requirements or prerequisites to taking this course.

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Optional extras

Digital certificate

Reed courses certificate of completion is included in course price

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Will be downloadable when all lectures have been completed


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