The ultimate guide to podcasting, the fastest growing media platform in the world. A step beyond practial how-to information on podcast production or building a business, Make Noise addresses the art of podcasting, what works and doesn't for successful storytelling on audio, from a true expert in the medium.
“Where should you begin your podcast career? With this no-nonsense book. Deep advice boiled down to clear ideas.” — Esther Perel, host and co-executive producer of Where Should We Begin? and How’s Work?
"…a big-picture view and the nitty-gritty of creating good audio." — Booklist"
An interestingly idiosyncratic and personal vision of how to make podcasts." — Ira Glass
Eric Nuzum is considered a leading “go-to” expert in audio, podcasting, radio, and spoken word entertainment. He led NPR’s podcasting efforts in 2005 and remained its leading creative and strategic force for a decade. He brought programs like Fresh Air with Terry Gross, Snap Judgment, and Wait, Wait...Don’t Tell Me into the podcasting ecosystem and helped them become iconic hits. As a creator, he developed some of NPR’s most successful podcasts, including TED Radio Hour and Invisibilia. He continued his track record of success during his tenure as Audible’s leader for short-form content and podcasting, creating such recognized podcasts as Sincerely X (another co-production with TED), The Butterfly Effect with Jon Ronson, and Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel. Eric is based in the New York City metro area.