This Is What Happens When Your Podcast Has a Well-Crafted Premise: Inside “You’re Wrong About”
The show You’re Wrong About reveals how we’re often wrong about what it takes to improve our production value. It’s not about budget. It’s about a well-crafted premise, then using that premise to alter your episode’s format. The two connect. Your premise reveals not only WHAT you explore but HOW you’ll explore it, thus giving listeners a reason WHY they should care. Your format is then constructed specifically to bring to life that premise in such a way that it’s clear to the listener and repeatable to you, the podcaster.
You’re Wrong About, hosted by Sarah Marshall and Michael Hobbes, is one of the best examples of this on display — and they do it without spending a ton of money on complicated editing.
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Founder of Marketing Showrunners, host of 3 Clips and other podcasts and docuseries about creativity, and author of Break the Wheel. I’m trying to create a world where people feel intrinsically motivated by their work. Previously in content marketing and digital strategy at Google and HubSpot and VP of brand and community at the VC firm NextView. I write, tinker, and speak on stages and into microphones for a living. It’s weird but wonderful.
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