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Podcast Production Expertise


At Podcamp Media,
It's All About the Story

Nobody likes being marketed to.

But just about everyone will stop and listen to a good story.

At Podcamp Media, we work with clients from around the world to help them share their story with customers, clients and members.

We offer custom-tailored podcast packages, which can include strategy, pre-production, recording, hosting, post-production, editing, syndication, file hosting and social media support.

Podcamp's audio technicians can accommodate on-site recording sessions at a location of your choice. Or, we can coordinate virtual recording sessions with participants worldwide. 

Our goal is to make you sound professional and polished, and we will work tirelessly with your stakeholders to build a project management solution that works for your brand.

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Podcamp's Obsessive Attention to Detail Makes Your Brand Sound Professional and Polished

Our standard approach to editing your podcast is a labor-intensive process, ensuring that hosts, guests and VIPs put their best foot forward when representing your brand.

We do not offer a "bargain basement" alternative to this process, because we believe we owe it to our customers and their listeners to make every branded podcast as listenable as possible.

We've recorded podcasts: 

  • In the back of a U.S. Navy fighter jet in-flight

  • In a historic committee room at the U.S. Capitol

  • On the infield at the Charlotte Motor Speedway

  • And many other places


We've got the experience to make your content stand above the rest.


Intensive Editing Cuts Out the Noise and Gets to the Point Faster

"Umm..." "Like..." "Uhh..."

Every speaker, no matter how experienced, has their own set of vocal pauses and quirks. When these vocalizations get between you and your goals, the best option is to edit them out.

Not only does this process enhance the listener's experience and boost your brand's image, but it makes the hosts of your podcast more comfortable and confident when they're recording.

In these example tracks, each line in the yellow is a "micro edit." Undetectable to the listener, up to 20 of these edits per minute makes a podcast more listenable... and reduce runtime by 20%.

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