About Our Podcast Production Services
Starting your own podcast shouldn’t have to be complicated.
For many podcasters, however, the actual recording of their show is where the least amount of their time is spent!
There’s a lot to consider for each episode:
- Are the microphones working?
- Is the internet fast enough?
- Is my camera blurry?
- How do I get it on iTunes, Youtube, and everywhere else people are going to see it?
With RNCN, we take all of the production and technical stuff off of your plate, so you can focus on being the host.
How We Help You Produce Your Podcast
You Get a Producer For Your Show
Your podcast producer will provide you with everything you need to make your show a success, including:
- Set-up and and calibration of your microphone(s), cameras, and show elements
- Creation of your show’s branding, music, and animated video intro
- Production and editing of your show live while it’s on air, including video clips, lower-thirds, and anything else you want to show your audience
- The release of your finished episode on social media and the major podcast platforms
- Advice for improving your next episode (if you’d like!)
You Choose Your Podcast Studio
Choose from our numerous podcast studios to record your episode.
As long as it is available during your requested time, you are free to schedule time in any of the studios and switch from episode to episode.
We Help Create Your Podcast's Brand
Your producer and our designers will work with you to design a professional brand for your podcast, including:
- Your Podcast Logo
- Your Podcast Cover Art
- A short animated introduction video to open your show
- Social media profile creation with your new brand elements
Lights, Camera, Action!
When you arrive, we’ll have your studio set up with your custom logo, lights, and any multimedia assets you’ve provided.
Once that’s done, it’s time to get ready for the camera!
While your producer takes care of everything else, sit down with your co-hosts or guests and have a conversation.
We Post Your Podcast Episode
Your producer posts the episode to your social media platforms such as Youtube and Facebook, and then uploads the video version to Google Drive for you to keep.
Then, your producer distributes the audio from your podcast to the major podcast platforms, such as Apple Podcasts (iTunes), Google Podcasts, Spotify, and many others.