In this workshop, we will dive into the world of podcasts and create short academic and scientific programs. Through preparation, writing and recording, we will touch upon a variety of tools which will help the participants outside of the studio as well: finessing messages, analyzing various narratives of an academic story, making data accessible to a general audience, learn techniques for holding interviews and conversations, examine how to adapt content to a changing audience etc.
The end product will be a variety of radiophonic formats which we will record in a mobile studio (a family-friendly 60-seconds podcast about popular science, an academic podcast dealing with a specific area of knowledge etc.). The podcasts which the participants will take with them will ostensibly be the product of the workshop, but they are in fact the by-products of a more significant learning process. There will be an option to upload the podcasts to Spotify for 90 days after the workshop.
Monday, December 21, 2020 10:00-13:00
Monday, December 28, 2020 10:00-13:00
About the Instructor
Dr. Noam Feinholtz holds a PhD in Communications and Mass Media Studies at the Hebrew University. In recent years, Dr. Fenholtz has been a faculty member and the head of the Mass Communication and Radio Course, Department of Communication at Sapir college. He lecturers on presentation and and public speaking in the business and hi-tech sectors in Israel. He has also been a mentor at a number of Israeli accelerators and has helped more than 200 start-ups to tell their stories better. He works with educators, lecturers, researchers, CEOs and marketing teams on storytelling and effective ways to convey their message. He has a podcast on the subject of mass communication and was a radio presenter at Galei Zahal.