We are delighted to welcome long-time buddies of MIC’s Podcast Club to our April meetup. It’s Leah and Nic from The Voice Over Social podcast and community!!
So when we asked them what they wanted to talk to you about they said, “How you get an indie podcast that’s not even a podcast really with only twenty listeners to a multi-award nominated, internationally popular podcast with significant sponsorship arrangements in place?”
Catch title huh?
The VO Social podcast is a 5* rated, highly entertaining, multi-award nominated and intermittently hilarious magazine show for working voiceovers.
They’ll be joining us at MIC’s Podcast Club April to talk SPONSORSHIP for your podcast and MARKETING your wares!
We love these ladies so much and they were at our very first meetup back in 2018! For more about Nic, Leah and the VO Social, scroll down to the bottom of this page!
For more about The Voice Over Social – have a scroll down to the bottom of this page!
What goes down
We’ve covered loads of useful stuff like media coverage, mailing lists, trailers, remote recording, audiograms, microphones, growing your audience, “shortcasts” and rating and reviewing podcasts.
And at #MICsPodcastClub we’ve been joined by professional podcast producers, hobbyists and DIY creators, BBC journalists, PR specialists and radio professionals – it really is for anyone who’s crazy about podcasting.
How it rolls (guest times tbc)
5:50pm (GMT) – Doors Open
6pm – Podcast Club kicks off
6:10pm – Podcasting Q&A (ask us anything!)
7.00pm – break
7.10pm – Voice over Social
8pm – Podcast Club Closes
There is no pressure for you to get involved in our podcaster meetup, you’re more than welcome to simply observe and soak up the joy / advice / awesomeness.
Bring your own drinks 😉
RSVP to MIC’s Podcast Club April here (it’s free by the way!):
💬 MORE ABOUT THE VOICE OVER SOCIAL 💬
The podcast, presented by Nic & Leah, has built a strong community of voiceovers, who listen to the podcast and are enthusiastically engaged online, with hundreds in the facebook group and thousands of twitter followers.
🙂 Nic Redman
My Northern Irish craic’s landed me a voiceover client list as long as yer arm including Tesco, BBC and other impressive names. I’ve taught voice, voiceover & accents at some of the top UK drama schools
including RADA and LIPA, and supported CBBC, Hat Trick and Radio4 productions, as well as at lot of UK theatres. I’ve also featured in The Guardian, Spotlight and The Irish Post.
I also provide tailored voice advice and accent training through my 1-2-1 voice coaching practice, and I run the Voice and Accent Hub on Facebook for voiceovers, actors and narrators.
🙂 Leah Marks
After years bopping around winning slam poetry competitions and presenting children’s radio programmes, I realised that voice was all I cared about. I’ve done voiceover for big fancy names including Guylian and Longleat Safari Park. I’ve also performed in a BBC Radio4 drama and read the BBC Radio Manchester news.
Lately I’ve also discovered a knack for directing and production management with the award winning audio drama company Naked Productions.