Create your own WebRadio show for incredible business growth

Trade Show Web Radio
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Create, develop and produce their own 'WebRadio' and 'WebTV' show and to include their shows in an interactive digital magazine, marketing to Trade Shows, Events, Festivals, Celebrations and Weddings

Requirements

  • Students can see my free course 'Create an interactive digital magazine' for business as a complimentary addition to this course. Otherwise, all you have to do is start taking this course and enjoy it.

Description

  • Discover how easy it is to enjoy your own WebRadio service that you can offer from within almost any Trade Show, Event, Festival or Celebration
  • Create, design and distribute a 'Branded WebRadio Campaign' to vendors who can enthusiastically refer you to others
  • Offer the power and reach of tradition Radio, TV and Magazine platforms for advertisers at an affordable price
  • Share the entire Trade Show, Event or festival with others by interviewing industry experts

If you love to share business success stories, then 'Trade Show Web Radio' is the perfect platform for you. This training system has no equal in North America, and allows anyone with drive, focus and determination to own their own 'Social Media Marketing Machine'. Join us for our superior podcast training.

Who this course is for:

  • Podcasters, Bloggers, Event Planners, Social Media experts, Marketing consultants or anyone who is interested in Podcasting to grow their business

Course content

1 section97 lectures5h 57m total length
  • Lecture 1: Video: Trade Show Web Radio: A Superheros Guide to Podcasting
    07:47
  • Videos: 1, Active Direct Injection Boxes
    10:14
  • Videos: 2, Ask for video testimonials
    02:40
  • Videos: 3, Audio Technica 875 Shotgun microphone
    12:51
  • Videos: 4, Audio Technica 2050 series microphones
    11:43
  • Videos: 6, Green Screening for promotions
    00:43
  • Videos: 7, Help others launch their own WebRadio show
    00:45
  • Videos: 8, Manfrotto Tripods and video fluid heads
    16:26
  • Videos: 9, Mill Lake Cruise In commercial
    01:10
  • Videos: 10, P and C Hand grip for video cameras
    04:45
  • Videos: 11, PreSonus Tube based Pre-Amplifiers
    13:25
  • Videos: 12, Reactor microphones
    21:31
  • Videos: 13, Sennheiser Evolution G2 Wireless microphone kit
    15:07
  • Videos: 14 Creating an Interactive Digital Magazine using Word 2013
    16:03
  • Videos: 15, Editing audio with Camtasia
    13:05
  • Videos: 16, Embedding YouTube videos to Wordpress
    04:10
  • Videos: 17, Intro's and Outro's with Camtasia
    09:17
  • Videos: 18, Uploading Videos to YouTube
    07:17
  • Videos: 19, Using Handbrake for better audio
    07:42
  • Videos: 20, Creating a video advertisement from still pictures for your WebRadio
    16:00
  • Videos: 21, Green Screening With Camtasia
    04:48
  • Videos: 22 Editing Your WebRadio Show, Part 1
    20:30
  • Videos: 23, Editing Your WebRadio Show, Part 2
    14:15
  • Lecture 2, The 'About Me' podcast
    7 pages
  • Lecture 3: We all have Super Powers inside of us.
    4 pages
  • Lecture 4: Where would you like to start?
    5 pages
  • Our Launch: What an incredible ride
    2 pages
  • Will we Licence or Franchise our platform?
    3 pages
  • Embrace T.V. and Radio stations until you can't
    2 pages
  • How Much Should You Charge?
    3 pages
  • Why you should get involved with 'Trade Show Web Radio'
    1 page
  • Knowing your voice, and how to use it
    2 pages
  • You, as a WebRadio Announcer
    2 pages
  • Build the Front page of your Digital Magazine before the Trade Show
    1 page
  • Dressing For Success
    1 page
  • How to get interviewed by other podcasters
    1 page
  • Getting Sponsored
    2 pages
  • How to create a 'WebRadio' commercial
    2 pages
  • Industry News Broadcasts
    1 page
  • Interviewing industry experts
    2 pages
  • Setting Up Your Booth
    1 page
  • Should you go audio, video or both?
    2 pages
  • Software choices for Audio and Video editing
    1 page
  • The Equipment: From Newbie to Pro
    6 pages
  • We just sell vegetables
    2 pages
  • Form letter to 'Chamber of Commerce' for you to use
    2 pages
  • Letter to 'Event Planners' for you to use
    1 page
  • Letter to 'Sponsors' for you to use
    1 page
  • Show Structure
    1 page
  • Create your own Trade Show Magazine
    1 page
  • Dressing up your booth (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Ergonomics of your booth (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Green Screen the easy way (storyboard)
    1 page
  • If your just starting out, tray this (storyboard)
    1 page
  • We're better together (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Packing Your Car (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Product Placement and Marketing Your Booth (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Soundboards and Tube Pre-Amplifiers (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Speakers: How to get better sound (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Suspended Staging (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Suspending Microphones (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Trade Show Booth Secrets (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Trade Show Magazines (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Use 'PlaceIt.net' for advertising (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Trade Shows: Using a Model (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Taking Pictures at Car Shows: Its all about the angles (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Taking Pictures at Car Shows: Its all about the angles 2 (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Taking Pictures at Car Shows: Its all about the angles 3 (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Taking Pictures at Car Shows: Its all about the angles 4 (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Taking Pictures at Car Shows: Its all about the angles 5 (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Taking Pictures at Car Shows: Its all about the angles 6 (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Taking Pictures at Car Shows: Its all about the angles 7 (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Taking Pictures at Car Shows: Its all about the angles 8 (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Taking Pictures at Car Shows: Its all about the angles: Front page of Car Show
    1 page
  • Complete equipment packing: Pelican case and microphones (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Complete equipment packing: Shotgun microphone
    1 page
  • Complete equipment packing: Reactor and Yeti Pro microphones (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Lecture 78: Create your own commercials
    02:37
  • Complete equipment packing: Logitech C920 webcamera (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Complete equipment packing: Sennheiser Wireless Microphone (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Complete equipment packing: Direct Injection Box (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Complete equipment packing: Manfrotto Webcam Hanger (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Taking Pictures: Events (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Taking Pictures: Festivals (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Vendors Showcase: Delaney Rose (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Vendors Showcase: Lynn Bradford (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Vendors Showcase: Rachel Lagare (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Vendors Showcase: Suzanne Erikson (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Vendors Showcase: Vendel Festival Art Show Cover (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Dinner and a podcast: Front Cover (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Dinner and a Podcast, 1 (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Dinner and a Podcast, 2 (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Dinner and a Podcast, 3 (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Dinner and a Podcast, 4 (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Dinner and a Podcast, 5 (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Dinner and a Podcast, 6 (storyboard)
    1 page
  • Lecture 96: Shoulder Rig with harness and tripod
    18:16

Instructor

Interactive Digital Magazine Guru
Rick Haaland
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 89 Reviews
  • 15,286 Students
  • 3 Courses

Graduating from a technical college after one full year of study, Rick obtained a B+ average in the study of: Electronics, telephony and computer repair.

Rick has worked with companies such as: IBM, Microsoft, HP, Toshiba, AST and other high tech companies as a computer technician as well as a printer, plotter, server, network and hardware break/fix specialist for 6 years.

After the 'dot com' bust a few years ago, Rick was invited to work for one of the largest technically based computer, printer and software support companies in North America where he won multiple awards for work in the 'training and development' departments.

Rick has, for the most part been disappointed with the present day 'social media' platforms because they can be either 'disconnected' from the user because its too difficult to learn, or doesn't give the best value when you use them. He decided that, for social media to truly work, it must have a collective platform all its own, so he created the 'Interactive Digital Magazine' concept for business owners of any size.