What are Podcasting communities?
Podcasting communities are a hub of information, where everything comes directly from the community. Podcasters have quickly become modern storytellers offering news, theory, and grounding. Whether you’re looking to start your own podcast and find the right audio equipment, or just chat with other podcasters, we have a community for you.
About Communities Tagged with "Events"
These communities have periodic rituals where they meet up in person or via video calls. Each community has their own different rituals that make it special, and participating in these events is a great way to be an active member.
Podcasters' Support Group
on facebookThis group is a meeting place for podcasters old and new to chat, swap tips, seek advice about technical stuff or audio creativity or general podcast-related business, and for us to support each other through the lonely grind that podcasting can be. We sometimes get together in real life, too, so look out for details of upcoming meetups, and share yours if you've set one up.
WOC PodcastersWOC (Women of Color) Podcasters is an inclusive community for women of color podcasters and audio creators to connect, learn, and share resources. In two years, WOC Podcasters has grown to include a worldwide community, blog, and membership site.
Asian American Podcasters Association
on facebookAAP welcomes all who identify as AAPI(Asian American Pacific Islander) creatives, producers, hosts and editors who are at different stages of podcasting. Our members represent all levels of podcasting: from aspiring show-runners who are planning to launch to those with many years of experience at critically-acclaimed shows. While we are based in New York City, we welcome AAPIers from all over the world. It’s an exciting time to build a hub where Asian-American podcasters can support one another, share and collaborate to amplify their voices and podcasts.
Blk Pod CollectiveWe were founded in April 2019 as a simple Instagram page and quickly grew into a burgeoning community. Our pillars of support are Community, Education and Visibility. These three pillars are the foundation for every program, event and partnership. Our mission is to help fill the void of adequate representation for Black creatives within the podcast industry. We do this by providing support, creating avenues to increase visibility, and developing educational resources to ensure that our community has the tools needed to start, grow and sustain their platforms. As we are always looking at avenues to help enrich our members and community at large; in July 2020 we launched Blk Podfest, a podcast festival curated to meet the needs of Black podcasters. We aim to always listen and put the needs of our community first.