What Podcasters Can Learn From the Movie Industry
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I researched what it's like to work in the movie business. Why? Because movies are meant to entertain and take up the audience's time (their most prized possession).
We look at the process of making a movie, and some things that podcasters have an easier road, and some steps movies take, that podcasters should seriously consider.
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Mentioned in This Episode
Girl in Space (not Girls, sorry Sarah)
The Lone Ranger Movie (2013)