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Werk It: The Podcast

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Werk It: The Podcast

Werk It: The Podcast

WNYC Studios

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The Werk It festival brings together women from around the world who host, produce, edit, sound design and love podcasts, for a few days of workshops, conversations and presentations. This podcast is the on-demand version of the live event. Think of it as the ICYMI, FOMO version for podcast geeks everywhere. We’ve kept only the best stuff in. Our episodes are in no particular order, so you can dive in and out and just explore, on your own time. If you’ve got a long road trip, go ahead and binge listen! If you’ve got a 20-minute commute, we’ve got something for that, too! Final thought: This podcast is for everyone; the voices you’ll hear belong to women, but the messages are universal.WNYC Studios is the producer of other leading podcasts, including Radiolab, Death, Sex & Money, Nancy and many more.

Latest Episodes

How They Made It: Man in the Window

There are a lot of reasons whyMan in the Windowwasn’t an easy show to make. It is about a serial rapist and murderer in California. There were tons of characters and thousands of documents to sift through. And the main character was “Society” with a capital S. LA Times Investigative Reporter Paige St. John and senior producer and editor Karen Lowe explain how this unwieldy print journalism project became a compelling hit podcast that pushes the boundaries of the true crime genre. Hosted byDessa, Werk It: The Podcast is the ICYMI version of the live event. Both the festival and the podcast are produced by WNYC Studios and are made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from the Annenberg Foundation. Event sponsors for Werk It 2019 includeLuminary, Spotify, Spreaker, Acast, Himalaya, and the Women’s Foundation of California. You can find more information at werkitfestival.com.

46 MIN2019 DEC 20
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How They Made It: Man in the Window

Using Your Podcast to Create Community IRL

Diosa FemmeandMala Muñozhave used their podcastLocatora Radioto create community in East LA. They explain how to take a podcast out of the studio and into real life and why it’s well worth doing with your listeners.Diosa and Mala’s podcast is about creating a safe space for survivors of sexual assault, so they’ll mention that in this episode. Hosted byDessa, Werk It: The Podcast is the ICYMI version of the live event. Both the festival and the podcast are produced by WNYC Studios and are made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from the Annenberg Foundation. Event sponsors for Werk It 2019 includeLuminary, Spotify, Spreaker, Acast, Himalaya, and the Women’s Foundation of California.You can find more information at werkitfestival.com.

22 MIN2019 DEC 20
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Using Your Podcast to Create Community IRL

Who Are You Making This For?

If we can agree that it’s imperative to identify a target audience before making a new podcast, why do things still get so fuzzy when we talk about reaching “diverse” audiences?Cristina Kim, producer of Truth Be Told;Tonya Mosley, host of Truth Be Told and co-host of Here & Now;Kameel Stanley, Senior Producer of The City; andBerry Syk, the creator of Podcasts in Color haveexperiences that span decades, coasts, cultures and mediums. Their candid conversation is filled with lessons learned and strategies to intentionally make podcasts for and by people of color. Hosted byDessa, Werk It: The Podcast is the ICYMI version of the live event. Both the festival and the podcast are produced by WNYC Studios and are made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from the Annenberg Foundation. Event sponsors for Werk It 2019 includeLuminary, Spotify, Spreaker, Acast, Himalaya, and the Women’s Foundation of California.You can find more information at werkitfestival.com.

46 MIN2019 DEC 20
Comments
Who Are You Making This For?

You Can Grow Your Audience...Without Going Batsh*t Crazy

In the ever-expanding podcast universe, there are SO many tools that you can use to find and grow your audience. NPR’s Mathilde Piard shares insights won from helping grow their podcasts and tactics for finding new ears that can work for indies and network shows alike. Hosted byDessa, Werk It: The Podcast is the ICYMI version of the live event. Both the festival and the podcast are produced by WNYC Studios and are made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from the Annenberg Foundation. Event sponsors for Werk It 2019 includeLuminary, Spotify, Spreaker, Acast, Himalaya, and the Women’s Foundation of California.You can find more information at werkitfestival.com.

21 MIN2019 DEC 20
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You Can Grow Your Audience...Without Going Batsh*t Crazy

Abandon Your Plans

Avery Trufelman, producer of99% Invisibleand host ofArticles of InterestandNice Try!endeavors to answer the age old question: Where do you get your ideas from? What comes next after you have an idea and feel that buzzy spark? Avery breaks down how one of her favorite episodes of 99% Invisible,“The Pool and the Stream”, came to be plus all the twists and turns along the way. Hosted by Dessa, Werk It: The Podcast is the ICYMI version of the live event. Both the festival and the podcast are produced by WNYC Studios and are made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from the Annenberg Foundation. Event sponsors for Werk It 2019 include Luminary, Spotify, Spreaker, Acast, Himalaya, and the Women’s Foundation of California. You can find more information at werkitfestival.com.

47 MIN2019 DEC 18
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Abandon Your Plans

How They Made It: Death, Sex & Money

Death, Sex & Money is a podcast that delves into the things that people think about a lot, and need to talk about more. Host and managing editor Anna Sale and producers Anabel Bacon and Katie Bishop explain how they get not just their guests but their listeners to open up to them about tricky topics -- and how those listener-driven episodes create community. Hosted by Dessa, Werk It: The Podcast is the ICYMI version of the live event. Both the festival and the podcast are produced by WNYC Studios and are made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from the Annenberg Foundation. Event sponsors for Werk It 2019 include Luminary, Spotify, Spreaker, Acast, Himalaya, and the Women’s Foundation of California. You can find more information at werkitfestival.com.

37 MIN2019 DEC 18
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How They Made It: Death, Sex & Money

A Transparent Look at the Glow Up

Getting your foot in the door can be hard. For a person of color, it can be even harder. Producers Keisha “TK” Dutes and Gabrielle Horton explain how they’ve helped each other throughout their careers - from putting each other up for jobs to a well-timed pep talk or a reality check - in a trickle-up conversation about how we build supportive community and create new blueprints for leveling up. Hosted by Dessa, Werk It: The Podcast is the ICYMI version of the live event. Both the festival and the podcast are produced by WNYC Studios and are made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from the Annenberg Foundation. Event sponsors for Werk It 2019 include Luminary, Spotify, Spreaker, Acast, Himalaya, and the Women’s Foundation of California. You can find more information at werkitfestival.com.

35 MIN2019 DEC 18
Comments
A Transparent Look at the Glow Up

Podcasting for Disability Justice

One in four American adults is disabled.Bri M., host and executive producer ofPower Not Pity, shares ideas on how we can make our podcasts accessible and tell stories that don’t reduce people with disabilities to being one-dimensional sources of inspiration. Hosted byDessa, Werk It: The Podcast is the ICYMI version of the live event. Both the festival and the podcast are produced by WNYC Studios and are made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from the Annenberg Foundation. Event sponsors for Werk It 2019 includeLuminary, Spotify, Spreaker, Acast, Himalaya, and the Women’s Foundation of California. You can find more information at werkitfestival.com.

19 MIN2019 DEC 18
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Podcasting for Disability Justice

Beyond Underwear and Mattresses: Scaling a Multimillion Podcasting Business

As the podcasting industry grows into a billion dollar ad business, the field is open for women and nonbinary professionals to lead innovation on the revenue side. Katie Sprenger and Caila Litman from Vox Media discuss the challenges ahead for producers of all kinds as podcast advertising continues to evolve in the context of the broader digital advertising landscape. Hosted by Dessa, Werk It: The Podcast is the ICYMI version of the live event. Both the festival and the podcast are produced by WNYC Studios and are made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from the Annenberg Foundation. Event sponsors for Werk It 2019 include Luminary, Spotify, Spreaker, Acast, Himalaya, and the Women’s Foundation of California. You can find more information at werkitfestival.com.

32 MIN2019 DEC 13
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Beyond Underwear and Mattresses: Scaling a Multimillion Podcasting Business

Top 10 Mistakes Freelancers Make (and How To Avoid Them!)

When you’re in the freelance game, taking yourself seriously when it comes to managing your business is crucial. Juleyka Lantigua-Williams, CEO of Lantigua Williams & Co., gives you her no-bullshit, hard won guidance on how to be truly professional about your money and avoid common yet disadvantaging errors, from incorporating as an LLC, to digital invoicing and negotiating rates. Links to additional resources: - “What Podcasting Pays Now” (Werk It Festival) - AIR Media’s Indie Toolbox - The slideshow of this presentation is available online here Hosted by Dessa, Werk It: The Podcast is the ICYMI version of the live event. Both the festival and the podcast are produced by WNYC Studios and are made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from the Annenberg Foundation. Event sponsors for Werk It 2019 include Luminary, Spotify, Spreaker, Acast, Himalaya, and the Women’s Foundation of California. You can find more information at werkitfestival.com.

30 MIN2019 DEC 13
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Top 10 Mistakes Freelancers Make (and How To Avoid Them!)

Latest Episodes

How They Made It: Man in the Window

There are a lot of reasons whyMan in the Windowwasn’t an easy show to make. It is about a serial rapist and murderer in California. There were tons of characters and thousands of documents to sift through. And the main character was “Society” with a capital S. LA Times Investigative Reporter Paige St. John and senior producer and editor Karen Lowe explain how this unwieldy print journalism project became a compelling hit podcast that pushes the boundaries of the true crime genre. Hosted byDessa, Werk It: The Podcast is the ICYMI version of the live event. Both the festival and the podcast are produced by WNYC Studios and are made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from the Annenberg Foundation. Event sponsors for Werk It 2019 includeLuminary, Spotify, Spreaker, Acast, Himalaya, and the Women’s Foundation of California. You can find more information at werkitfestival.com.

46 MIN2019 DEC 20
Comments
How They Made It: Man in the Window

Using Your Podcast to Create Community IRL

Diosa FemmeandMala Muñozhave used their podcastLocatora Radioto create community in East LA. They explain how to take a podcast out of the studio and into real life and why it’s well worth doing with your listeners.Diosa and Mala’s podcast is about creating a safe space for survivors of sexual assault, so they’ll mention that in this episode. Hosted byDessa, Werk It: The Podcast is the ICYMI version of the live event. Both the festival and the podcast are produced by WNYC Studios and are made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from the Annenberg Foundation. Event sponsors for Werk It 2019 includeLuminary, Spotify, Spreaker, Acast, Himalaya, and the Women’s Foundation of California.You can find more information at werkitfestival.com.

22 MIN2019 DEC 20
Comments
Using Your Podcast to Create Community IRL

Who Are You Making This For?

If we can agree that it’s imperative to identify a target audience before making a new podcast, why do things still get so fuzzy when we talk about reaching “diverse” audiences?Cristina Kim, producer of Truth Be Told;Tonya Mosley, host of Truth Be Told and co-host of Here & Now;Kameel Stanley, Senior Producer of The City; andBerry Syk, the creator of Podcasts in Color haveexperiences that span decades, coasts, cultures and mediums. Their candid conversation is filled with lessons learned and strategies to intentionally make podcasts for and by people of color. Hosted byDessa, Werk It: The Podcast is the ICYMI version of the live event. Both the festival and the podcast are produced by WNYC Studios and are made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from the Annenberg Foundation. Event sponsors for Werk It 2019 includeLuminary, Spotify, Spreaker, Acast, Himalaya, and the Women’s Foundation of California.You can find more information at werkitfestival.com.

46 MIN2019 DEC 20
Comments
Who Are You Making This For?

You Can Grow Your Audience...Without Going Batsh*t Crazy

In the ever-expanding podcast universe, there are SO many tools that you can use to find and grow your audience. NPR’s Mathilde Piard shares insights won from helping grow their podcasts and tactics for finding new ears that can work for indies and network shows alike. Hosted byDessa, Werk It: The Podcast is the ICYMI version of the live event. Both the festival and the podcast are produced by WNYC Studios and are made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from the Annenberg Foundation. Event sponsors for Werk It 2019 includeLuminary, Spotify, Spreaker, Acast, Himalaya, and the Women’s Foundation of California.You can find more information at werkitfestival.com.

21 MIN2019 DEC 20
Comments
You Can Grow Your Audience...Without Going Batsh*t Crazy

Abandon Your Plans

Avery Trufelman, producer of99% Invisibleand host ofArticles of InterestandNice Try!endeavors to answer the age old question: Where do you get your ideas from? What comes next after you have an idea and feel that buzzy spark? Avery breaks down how one of her favorite episodes of 99% Invisible,“The Pool and the Stream”, came to be plus all the twists and turns along the way. Hosted by Dessa, Werk It: The Podcast is the ICYMI version of the live event. Both the festival and the podcast are produced by WNYC Studios and are made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from the Annenberg Foundation. Event sponsors for Werk It 2019 include Luminary, Spotify, Spreaker, Acast, Himalaya, and the Women’s Foundation of California. You can find more information at werkitfestival.com.

47 MIN2019 DEC 18
Comments
Abandon Your Plans

How They Made It: Death, Sex & Money

Death, Sex & Money is a podcast that delves into the things that people think about a lot, and need to talk about more. Host and managing editor Anna Sale and producers Anabel Bacon and Katie Bishop explain how they get not just their guests but their listeners to open up to them about tricky topics -- and how those listener-driven episodes create community. Hosted by Dessa, Werk It: The Podcast is the ICYMI version of the live event. Both the festival and the podcast are produced by WNYC Studios and are made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from the Annenberg Foundation. Event sponsors for Werk It 2019 include Luminary, Spotify, Spreaker, Acast, Himalaya, and the Women’s Foundation of California. You can find more information at werkitfestival.com.

37 MIN2019 DEC 18
Comments
How They Made It: Death, Sex & Money

A Transparent Look at the Glow Up

Getting your foot in the door can be hard. For a person of color, it can be even harder. Producers Keisha “TK” Dutes and Gabrielle Horton explain how they’ve helped each other throughout their careers - from putting each other up for jobs to a well-timed pep talk or a reality check - in a trickle-up conversation about how we build supportive community and create new blueprints for leveling up. Hosted by Dessa, Werk It: The Podcast is the ICYMI version of the live event. Both the festival and the podcast are produced by WNYC Studios and are made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from the Annenberg Foundation. Event sponsors for Werk It 2019 include Luminary, Spotify, Spreaker, Acast, Himalaya, and the Women’s Foundation of California. You can find more information at werkitfestival.com.

35 MIN2019 DEC 18
Comments
A Transparent Look at the Glow Up

Podcasting for Disability Justice

One in four American adults is disabled.Bri M., host and executive producer ofPower Not Pity, shares ideas on how we can make our podcasts accessible and tell stories that don’t reduce people with disabilities to being one-dimensional sources of inspiration. Hosted byDessa, Werk It: The Podcast is the ICYMI version of the live event. Both the festival and the podcast are produced by WNYC Studios and are made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from the Annenberg Foundation. Event sponsors for Werk It 2019 includeLuminary, Spotify, Spreaker, Acast, Himalaya, and the Women’s Foundation of California. You can find more information at werkitfestival.com.

19 MIN2019 DEC 18
Comments
Podcasting for Disability Justice

Beyond Underwear and Mattresses: Scaling a Multimillion Podcasting Business

As the podcasting industry grows into a billion dollar ad business, the field is open for women and nonbinary professionals to lead innovation on the revenue side. Katie Sprenger and Caila Litman from Vox Media discuss the challenges ahead for producers of all kinds as podcast advertising continues to evolve in the context of the broader digital advertising landscape. Hosted by Dessa, Werk It: The Podcast is the ICYMI version of the live event. Both the festival and the podcast are produced by WNYC Studios and are made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from the Annenberg Foundation. Event sponsors for Werk It 2019 include Luminary, Spotify, Spreaker, Acast, Himalaya, and the Women’s Foundation of California. You can find more information at werkitfestival.com.

32 MIN2019 DEC 13
Comments
Beyond Underwear and Mattresses: Scaling a Multimillion Podcasting Business

Top 10 Mistakes Freelancers Make (and How To Avoid Them!)

When you’re in the freelance game, taking yourself seriously when it comes to managing your business is crucial. Juleyka Lantigua-Williams, CEO of Lantigua Williams & Co., gives you her no-bullshit, hard won guidance on how to be truly professional about your money and avoid common yet disadvantaging errors, from incorporating as an LLC, to digital invoicing and negotiating rates. Links to additional resources: - “What Podcasting Pays Now” (Werk It Festival) - AIR Media’s Indie Toolbox - The slideshow of this presentation is available online here Hosted by Dessa, Werk It: The Podcast is the ICYMI version of the live event. Both the festival and the podcast are produced by WNYC Studios and are made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from the Annenberg Foundation. Event sponsors for Werk It 2019 include Luminary, Spotify, Spreaker, Acast, Himalaya, and the Women’s Foundation of California. You can find more information at werkitfestival.com.

30 MIN2019 DEC 13
Comments
Top 10 Mistakes Freelancers Make (and How To Avoid Them!)
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