After having to reschedule this sell-out event, Janelle is BACK to give you her insights into the radio industry, with a spotlight on PODCASTS! Apply below!

This webinar is hosted by Janelle Mitchell from Go Think Big and it is the chance for you to learn about what it’s like to work in the radio industry. Janelle will be talking about her experiences since starting her own radio show, and she will answer all your questions about what it’s like to work in the world of radio before sharing her top tips on how to structure a winning podcast! Janelle will be joined by Daniel Amoakoh who founded the podcast BLANGUAGE, which they host together.

Who is Janelle?

Janelle is a 25-year old graduate from London, who currently hosts a podcast, with her long-time friend. Her podcast discusses all things current, such as music and politics, from a Black British perspective. In addition to this, Janelle also hosts a weekly breakfast show on Radar Radio, which features guests, games and candid discussions.

Who is Daniel?

Daniel is a 24-year old creative from London who hosts a podcast alongside Janelle. As well as working on a breakfast show and hosting a podcast, Daniel has an extensive background in creative media and fashion that helped him develop the podcast into a lifestyle brand.

What will be happening?

Throughout the webinar, Janelle will talk us through how to structure a podcast as well as what she has learnt since beginning her show.

When and where?

You will be able to log on and listen to the webinar from the comfort of your home! It will begin at 7pm and last for 45 minutes.

Who should come along?

If you are interested in breaking into the radio industry then this show is the one for you! Sign up today to guarantee your space!

WHEN: Monday 22nd January – 7:00pm – 7:45pm

WHERE: From the comfort of your own home!

Once you sign up you will be sent a link to the webinar with instructions on how to join on the night.

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