CCRH #1: RE: What to name my first Podcast

Pastor,

I got your email about your podcast. I think thats great that you want to do one! I’d be more than happy to help you come up with a name for your first episode. Why not, “Meet Pastor Clearwater!” or “Police, Chiropractor, Dog-Walker” In terms of a description for the episode, thats pretty simple. Just copy and paste this:

“Pastor Creedence Clearwater of the Revival Church debuts his podcast investigating the small town of Beavertail, Nebraska. His guests include homicide detective Jim Silvers, chiropractor and affluent man Ryan Parsons, and dog-walker Norman Whittler. They discuss numbers, scary music, and try to get to the bottom of the cold case of missing person Deborah Forrest!”

That should serve pretty well as a description on iTunes. As for your previous Email, I don’t think I have the capacity, nor do I think its ethical to edit John Grisham‘s voice to have him promoting your podcast. I don’t even think it would boost numbers that much as I don’t think many people know what he sounds like. Let me know if you have any other Podcasting/Sound Editing questions.

Best,
Don

P.S. Please do not copy and paste this entire email and use it for the episode description.

 

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