The following resource list can be used to supplement the materials in Turn Up the Volume, providing useful reading material and podcasts that can be added to the curriculum.
“Edison Research Hacks the Commuter Code: AM/FM listeners switch 22 times per commute,” Edison Research, (2016, April 7).
“EoFire’s Income Reports,” EoFire (Entrepreneur On Fire) podcast’s monthly income reports.
“How to Measure Podcast Downloads” by George Weiner, Whole Whale.
“The Podcast Consumer 2017,” Edison Research, (2017, April 18).
“Podcast Industry Audience Rankings,” Podtrac.
Podcast: “Is the podcasting boom good for journalism?” by David Uberti, The Kicker Podcast, Columbia Journalism Review (2017, March 30)
“Podster Magazine,” Shelf Media Group.
“Public Radio Measurement Guidelines Version 1.1,” (2016, January).
“Tow Center Report: Guide to Podcasting” by Vanessa Quirk (2016, Dec. 7)
“Tutorial: Editing and Existing Audio File,” Audacity.
The Business of Podcasting by Steve Lubetkin & Donna Papacosta
“The Freedom Journal” by John Lee Dumas
“Podcasting: Do-It-Yourself Guide” by Todd Cochrane
“Radio Diaries: DIY Handbook” by Joe Richmond
Podcast Engineering School by Chris Curran
The Podcaster’s Paradise by John Lee Dumas
The School of Podcasting by David Jackson
The producers of many of the following podcasts served as sources for Turn Up the Volume. All the podcasts can be used to show off different styles of and approaches to podcasting production.