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On this episode of the Audience podcast, Stuart talks about creating podcasts and episodes with narratives. Narrative podcasts have their own format and their own style but are not limiting within the narrative format. Stuart explains what makes a narrative podcast different from an interview podcasts and how to craft one well. He also goes over best practices, the pros and cons, and how a narrative podcast can make you stand out in the sea of podcasts out on the internet right now.
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Today you’ll learn about:
- The art of creating a narrative
- Interview versus narratives
- The pros of narratives versus interview formats
- How to craft a narrative
- Examples of podcasts with great narrative formats
- Understanding your topic
- Cold opening versus a welcome section
- Creating a limited series versus a biweekly or monthly schedule
- Series outlines
- The Bow and Arrow analogy
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