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July 29, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm MDT
Have you ever wanted to begin your own Podcast? Well now is the perfect time to become a podcaster. Podcasts are soaring in popularity, the technology is easier than ever and there is still plenty of opportunity for new and innovative podcasts.
Join us for a free webinar on Wednesday, July 29th for a step by step approach to launching your podcast. In Podcast 101, Native Artist Roman Orona (Yaqui / Apache) from I am HUMAN Media, will discuss building your podcast concept, the equipment needed to create a podcast, how to structure your podcasts, where to launch, and podcast marketing.
The workshop will take place on Wednesday, July 29th at 12:00 PM Mountain Time / 11:00 AM Pacific. This workshop will be delivered online utilizing the Zoom platform. The workshop can be taken on computers and smartphones.
You can register by visiting: ntv.bz/podcast
About our presenter: Roman Orona (Apache, Pueblo and Yaqui), is a Native American performer (dancer, singer, flutist), producer, director, podcaster, and owner of iamHUMAN Media. iamHUMAN Media is a national non-profit that develops programs to address social discourse, create community and unite humanity through the arts. In 2016, Roman was awarded the Best Male Vocalist Award at the Native American Music Awards for his album “Circling Spirits.“ Roman works to illustrate all individuals are related through the common thread of being human. In being human, Roman says, “We all have a responsibility to each other, for each other, for the betterment of all human kind.”
For more information, please contact Jonathan Breaker, IAIA Continuing Education, email@example.com or Lynn Wilson, IDRS Microenterprise Development Specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This workshop is presented in partnership with the Institute of American Indian Arts Continuing Education program.
For more information about Roman and I am HUMAN Media, please visit: www.romanorona.com or www.iamHUMANmedia.com
For more information about the Institute of American Indian Arts Continuing Education Program, please visit: iaia.edu/outreach/continuing-education/