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A Master Podcaster Shares His Advice
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[Posted on: 15 February 2010]
[Posted in: Guest Blog Posts, Podcasts, Technology, Tips & Tricks]
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  So you want to start your own audio podcast? Perhaps you always dreamed of having your own radio show. Or perhaps you just want to document your travels for your friends and family. You can create your own internet radio show by creating a podcast. A Plan The first thing that a podcaster needs [...]

Interview: Lisa Lambden, New York Video School
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[Posted on: 13 January 2010]
[Posted in: Interviews, Podcasts, Writer's Education]
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Many of you will remember Lisa Lambden from my prior interview with her – she’s the founder and director of the Travel Channel Academy. Lisa has launched an exciting new project – one that every travel writer should pay close attention to – called the “New York Video School“, and she graciously took time out [...]

FTC Blogger Disclosure Guidelines, Part Deux
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[Posted on: 16 December 2009]
[Posted in: General News & Info, Interviews, Podcasts]
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If you’re in the Portland Oregon area and listen to KPAM Radio on the weekends, then you may have heard a short interview I did with Pat Boyle. Pat is one of KPAM’s weekday morning anchors who also hosts The Azumano Travel Show, which airs on Saturday mornings with an encore on Sunday mornings. If [...]

Interview: David Miller from MatadorU
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[Posted on: 24 September 2009]
[Posted in: Interviews, Podcasts, Writer's Education]
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On Tuesday I had the privilege of interviewing David Miller, a Senior Editor at Matador and one of the creators (and instructors) of MatadorU, their new Travel Writing Program. In the interview, David opens up about the backgrounds of the team behind MatadorU, discusses the evolution – and future – of travel writing, explains some [...]

Interview with The Travel Tart
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[Posted on: 8 June 2009]
[Posted in: Getting Started, Interviews, Podcasts]
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Over the weekend I had the great pleasure of interviewing Anthony Bianco, also known as “The Travel Tart“. After a couple of technical glitches on my end and an error calculating the time difference between Arizona and Brisbane, Australia (which I finally worked out using an online time zone converter tool) , I finally got [...]

IFWTWA Writing Scholarship Announced
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[Posted on: 1 June 2009]
[Posted in: Getting Started, Interviews, Opportunities, Podcasts]
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Here’s a fabulous opportunity for all of you aspiring travel writers out there – the International Food, Wine, and Travel Writers Association (IFWTWA) has announced a Scholarship contest that will award a First Prize as well as two “runner up” prizes, all three of which include a 1 year paid membership to the IFWTWA along [...]

Interview: Maralyn D. Hill, President of IFWTWA
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[Posted on: 5 May 2009]
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For those that don’t already know, IFWTWA stands for the International Food, Wine, and Travel Writers Association. It is a global network of people involved in the hospitality and lifestyle industries and the writers, bloggers, and journalists who promote them by informing others about them. This past week I had the great pleasure of interviewing [...]

Interview: Lisa Lambden – Travel Channel Academy
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[Posted on: 15 January 2009]
[Posted in: Interviews, Podcasts, Writer's Education]
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We’ve had a LOT of inquiries from our travel writers about the Travel Channel Academy (the travel-focused digital film school designed to turn you into a Travel Journalist in 4 days)…. so here it is, as promised, our recorded interview with Lisa Lambden, founder and driving force behind the the Travel Channel Academy (read her [...]



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