Episode 117: Behind the Scenes at The Broad Experience

 My desk in Brooklyn while I was working on this episode

My desk in Brooklyn while I was working on this episode

This time, a short show in which I'm the interviewee. Sara Holtz (below) of the Advice to My Younger Me podcast talks with me about how I came to start The Broad Experience, what goes into making it and why production tends to be seat-of-the-pants.

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I also talk about the difficulty of marketing when you're an independent podcaster wearing multiple hats. Below you'll find a picture of my 'studio', otherwise known as my clothes closet, where I record all my parts of the show (except the interviews, when I am sitting at my desk or with the other person). Every time I go in to record I have to move several pairs of boots out of the way, kneel down, and prop my laptop on a shoe shelf to read my script. It's a glamorous life!

 It's a squeeze, but it's the only quiet place in the apartment - The clothing acts as a sound buffer

It's a squeeze, but it's the only quiet place in the apartment - The clothing acts as a sound buffer