Podcast Resources for International Podcast Day!

by | Sep 28, 2023

Happy International Podcast Day! Every September 30th fans, producers, hosts, and the broader podcasting community take some time out to celebrate this powerful medium. It’s a day to cheer on the shows we love and share podcast resources to help get more great shows out there.

Getting involved in the celebration is easy. You can use the hashtag #InternationalPodcastDay to join the conversation on social media and give a shout out to your favorite shows (Imagine Otherwise, for example?). You can also follow the hashtag to learn about new shows and genres.

If hashtags aren’t your thing, you can use the day to explore what’s out there or catch up on something you’ve been meaning to listen to.

Leaving a review on your favorite listening app is another fantastic way to participate. Reviews not only give the show a boost, they also help connect potential listeners.

If you’re interested in what goes on behind the mic, you can follow the links below for our favorite podcast resources. They’ll help you get started making your own academic podcast, using podcasts for teaching, and being a great guest on a show.

And of course, check out Imagine Otherwise, which features conversations that bridge art, activism, and academia to build more just futures. The episodes linked here reflect directly on the power of podcasting for social change.

How to Start an Academic Podcast - ellow desk with headphones, microphone, and keyboard

How to Start an Academic Podcast

Our self-paced online course

How to Promote Your Podcast Episode - White headphones on a yellow background

How to Promote Your Podcast Episode

by Cathy Hannabach

How to Be a Great Podcast Guest - Line of podcast microphones on a table

How to Be a Great Podcast Guest

by Cathy Hannabach

Teaching with Podcasts - Person wearing headphones, listening to audio content

Teaching with Podcasts

by Cathy Hannabach

Miriam Zoila Pérez wearing glasses and a blue and white shirt

Miriam Zoila Pérez on Reproductive Justice in Precarious Times

Imagine Otherwise episode 108

Elizabeth Wayne wearing a white blazer and black shirt next to Christine "Xine" Yao wearing a red blazer and black shirt

Elizabeth Wayne and Christine “Xine” Yao on Podcasting across the STEM/Humanities Divide

Imagine Otherwise episode 104

Marcella Ernest wearing a grey shirt and teal earrings

Marcella Ernest on Native American Filmmaking and Podcasting

Imagine Otherwise episode 43

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Author: <a href="https://ideasonfire.net/author/sbernstein/" target="_self">Sara Tatyana Bernstein</a>

Author: Sara Tatyana Bernstein

Sara Tatyana Bernstein is a digital marketing associate at Ideas on Fire, where she fosters community and collaboration among interdisciplinary scholars. She is also a writer and the co-founder of Dismantle Magazine.

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