On this episode of the Audience podcast, Matt interviews Paulina Salmas from An Eyesore and a Plague podcast. Paulina talks about how Twitter Spaces has changed podcasting and what it’s like to write and perform a scripted non-fiction podcast. Their discussion goes from podcasting to the definition of a village, to Wurlitzer keyboards. Paulina’s passion for history and how things work fuels her podcast and hobbies and it shows in her enthusiasm for the topics. She is a wealth of information when it comes to podcasting, marketing, Wurlitzer keyboards, and urban geography.
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Today you’ll learn about:
- Twitter Spaces and podcasting
- What is An Eyesore and a Plague all about?
- The scripted non-fiction genre and the editing/revision process
- Why Paulina started her podcast
- Paulina’s goals for the podcast
- Monetization: local versus national
- Research, passion, and appreciation for the topic of your podcast
- The story behind Tropical Fish
- A possible Wurlitzer and Gibson Jukebox podcast?!
An Eyesore And A Plague: https://www.aneyesoreandaplague.com/
Eyesore Plague Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eyesoreplague/
Eyesore Plague Twitter: https://twitter.com/EyesorePlague
Paulina Salmas Twitter: https://twitter.com/paulinasalmas
Tropical Fish Vintage: https://www.tropicalfishvintage.com/
Castos Academy: https://academy.castos.com/
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Clubhouse video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8729ZpWpmIw