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Webinar: How to Launch a Successful Podcast

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Podcasts have gone mainstream, and more and more people are tuning in. For magazines, audio content provides unique connections with new audiences. In this webinar, Michelle Kelly, Vice President of Content at Cottage Life, describes how she and her team created an eight-episode series that ran during summer 2020. She’ll share the details of how they chose a format, length, and sponsor, the nuts and bolts of hosting, promoting, and tracking the series, plus the challenges of recording from home during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Michelle Kelly was named Editor of Cottage Life magazine in July 2015 and the brand’s Vice President, Content, in September 2019. She’s a member of the Professional Advisory Committee for Centennial College in Toronto, and is the recipient of numerous National Magazine Awards and Editors’ Choice Awards from the Canadian Society of Magazine Editors.

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Webinar: Become a YouTube Sensation (Without Breaking the Bank)

Dylan Dubeau, Creator of Animalogic and Digital Video Producer for Blue Ant Media, explains how publishers of all sizes can use YouTube to develop large audiences of engaged superfans. Photo of Dylan Dubeau Find out how print and YouTube audiences differ, plus secrets to making great YouTube content. While big brands like Vanity Fair, Vogue, and Wired have access to celebrities and large budgets, this webinar will introduce you to individual creators who have succeeded with more limited resources.

Dylan Dubeau is the Creator of Animalogic (nearly 1 million subscribers) and Digital Video Producer for Blue Ant Media. He writes, edits, shoots, produces, animates, and occasionally hosts videos for the YouTube channels and Facebook pages of Animalogic, Cottage Life, A.Side, Love Nature, Cottage Life DIY, Gameza and Makeful. He also writes, shoots, edits, and produces a YouTube series called Not Exactly Normal, which is all about how history, video games, movies, television, and the internet all collide in this unusual world we live in.