Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes to create your favorite podcast? You are not alone. Many times we assume it’s a simple process of hitting record and then upload, but creating a podcast is far from simple.
In this episode, we will be talking with Pariya Taherzadeh-Desovski, a multi-award-winning audio producer. She will share with us what never giving up means, and how rejection will make us stronger to get to the next place.
To all aspiring Podcast Producers who are having a hard time onboarding a client and to all aspiring Podcasters who want to share their voices, we also got your back! Pariya will guide us through how Podcast Producers can gain their clients and how aspiring Podcasters can do a DIY podcast.
If you want to chat more about this topic, I would love to continue this conversation with you, over twitter @realmikosantos!
About the Guest:
Pariya Taherzadeh-Desovski is a multi-award winning audio producer. She received a Gold Prize in the History category, together with a Silver in Social Issues for her audio documentary ‘Escape From Iran’, at the New York Festival Radio Awards in 2020.
Because of this amazing feat, She had the pleasure of being an AFTRS guest lecturer and mentor to students in the MAS Documentary course, as well as the Postgraduate Radio and Podcasting course.
With extensive experience in the audio industry, She had taken on a variety of different roles – this being an executive producer for Netflix’s new podcast, ‘Lived It’, EP for Finder.com’s new podcast ‘Two Broke Chicks’, sound designer for ‘The Trap’, and features producer for ABC’s podcast ‘Days Like These’, just to name a few.
In this episode, we cover:
- Escape From Iran – Pariya will share her challenging journey to success.
- What is the role of a Podcast Producer? During the conversation, Pariya will illuminate the work that each producer does.
- Is it possible to make a DIY podcast? Pariya shares very inspiring tips on how you can effectively produce your own podcast.
- The rainbow after the rain: Miko and Pariya talk about the good effect of COVID in podcasting space.
- Failure is not a failure – Pariya gives inspiring advise to freelancers who want to pursue their career choice.
Connect with Pariya Taherzadeh-Desovski here:
Email: [email protected]
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