How to make a pitch deck and budget for your podcast

12:00pm - 3:00pm EST
Online Workshop
Registration Closed

Have a great idea for a podcast? Trying to find funding and distribution? Bodies host and executive producer Allison Behringer walks you through the materials that you need for a pitch: a deck and a budget. You’ll learn what to include in your pitch deck and how to succinctly communicate what your show is about. You’ll also learn tools and techniques for planning your budget.

In this interactive class, you’ll have a chance to workshop your pitch, receive feedback from Allison and your peers, and figure out what next steps you should take.

Bonus: registration comes with a free, three-month license for Hindenburg audio editing software!

*You will receive a Zoom link for the workshop the day before it begins.

Who's this class for?

• This class is for you if you already have an idea for a podcast and want to create or refine the materials needed to pitch your show.
• You're interested in getting into podcasting and want to learn how the pitching process works.

Note: Attendees will need a podcast concept to work with for some exercises. If you haven't yet developed an idea, please bring a mock/pretend show idea to work with.

About Your Instructor

Allison Behringer

Allison Behringer is an award-winning narrative audio journalist. She is the creator, host and executive producer of Bodies, a feminist documentary podcast supported by NPR-affiliate KCRW. Allison is also a founding member of the Rough Cut Collective, which provides honest and compassionate feedback for audio stories. In the past, she was a story editor and producer at The Cut podcast and made The Intern podcast. She received her bachelor’s in sociology from Princeton University and attended the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies. Allison loves all things outdoors and riding her bicycle everywhere she goes.

Notes on this Class

REFUND AND RECORDING POLICY: Classes will not be recorded and are non-refundable. We are not able to issue a refund if you cancel or do not attend a class.