[ PODCASTING ]
I was the host and producer of the Quinnipiac Athletics Podcast.
In the fall of 2018, I launched the first podcast ever produced by the Quinnipiac Athletic Department. Each week, I sit down with a member of said athletic department, either a coach, athlete or staff member. Notable guests have included men's basketball head coach, Baker Dunleavy, and Washington Capitals draft pick, Chase Priskie. We discuss how each person got their start in their specific sport, how they came to Quinnipiac, and any other story that makes them unique.
In addition to the interview, my co-host and I recap the week that was in Quinnipiac Athletics, and preview the upcoming week's slate of games. We record intros and outros to each interview, as well.
After all of the recording occurs, I am responsible for editing the episode together. I edit out all gaps and silences in the interviews, and put that audio together with the intro, outro and theme music/transitions.
Once that process it complete, I am responsible for uploading the episode to iTunes and Google Play through SoundCloud. I write the show notes for each episode, and distribute the link to members of the athletic department, who post the podcast on social media.
CLICK HERE to visit the podcast on SoundCloud
CLICK HERE to visit the podcast on iTunes
CLICK HERE to visit the podcast's website
I was the co-host of The Hub with Bahl and Beaudoin, part of
From The Bleachers.
Since October of 2016, I have been a co-host of The Hub with Bahl and Beaudoin, a hockey podcast alongside Nick Beaudoin, and a part of the From The Bleachers Podcast Network.
Each week, we would record an episode, discussing the headlines around professional, collegiate and junior hockey, analyzing the most recent scores, and predicting how we believe certain players and teams will fare moving forward. We featured a few guests over the show's run, but most episodes have featured myself and Nick.
After recording, I am responsible for editing the episode, removing any gaps or pauses, and editing in intro and outro music. After that, I post the episode to ShoutEngine, which in turn is uploaded to iTunes.
New episodes of The Hub are TBD.
CLICK HERE to visit The Hub on iTunes.
I serve as the producer of Nina's Got Good News, hosted by former MSNBC producer Nina Clarke.
Starting in May of 2018, I currently serve at the producer for Nina's Got Good News, a podcast hosted by former MSNBC and WTNH producer, Nina Bradley Clarke.
Nina and I launched the podcast together, and I was solely responsible for setting up all accounts associated with podcast production. I established a base SoundCloud account, and submitted the podcast stream to iTunes, Google Play and TuneIn Radio.
Each week, I edit the voice audio sent to me, remove all pauses and gaps, and include intro and outro music. I write the show notes, including links to social media accounts for all of the podcast's guests. I also create all graphics for Nina's Instagram account using Canva. These graphics include episode announcement, "This Week's Challenge" graphic, Best Review graphic and more.
I also oversee the in-studio production of any episodes that we record in the WQAQ studios in Hamden, CT.
CLICK HERE to visit Nina's Got Good News on iTunes
CLICK HERE to visit Nina's Got Good News on SoundCloud
I served as the producer for Brunch with CBS Sports' Pete Blackburn and NBC Sports DJ Bean.
From May of 2017, through February of 2018, I served as the audio, video and graphics producer for Brunch, a podcast hosted by Pete Blackburn or DJ Bean.
I had submitted my resume and information to the hosts months ago, and was brought in to produce in May. As part of my duties, I would be sent the base vocal audio from the hosts, and would be responsible for shortening the audio to fit a certain required episode length, and include any intro, outro and transition audio.
I was also asked to create graphics for the hosts' weekly Jukebox additions and subtractions. These graphics would be used for the show's social media channels.
In addition to that, I was responsible for editing videos for the show's social media channels, as well as YouTube. I would be given two separate videos, and edit them together into a split-screen, at which point I would pair audio from the podcast to the split video. I would add graphics to the screen to show what the video topic was, and export the videos.
CLICK HERE to view Brunch on iTunes
CLICK HERE to view Brunch on YouTube