Class: Now What? Getting Ready to produce your podcast and take over the world

Podcasting is a great way to share information, whether it has a local or global perspective.  If you have just starting producing your show – or you are thinking about launching one – this is going to be a very helpful session for you!

I have over two decades’ experience in the world of radio and producing other audio content.  A few months ago, I launched an audiozine called Artclectic New England. It spotlights arts, culture, and lifestyle in the region.

You can listen to it here:

This two class session will feature tips and tricks on how to rock your podcast because it is all about the planning, the execution, and the distribution so you can share it with the world.  Here are some of the things we will be talking about: interview prep, working with a co-host, creating an editorial calendar, creating a script – just to name a few.


The cost is $30 for both classes – that’s it! And, I’ll even toss in some pastries to boot. There is a maximum of 10 seats available.


When: Sunday – September 8 & October 6 – 10 am to 12 pm

Where:  What Cheer Writers Club – Classroom
160 Westminster Street, Floor 2  – Providence, RI 02903

Registration link:

**Be sure to include both your email and phone number in your registration information or send it to me via my email address (below).

Contact Information
Dennise M. Kowalczyk

Note: payments are non-refundable.

My Bio
I got my start in the world of community radio as a volunteer at XPN in Philadelphia, PA and really went to town with my new passion at KBOO Community Radio in Portland, OR. I was an on-air programmer for a women’s music show and a news department volunteer.  The latter led to a role as an actual employee as the Evening News & Public Affairs Director (probably my favorite job. Ever.). Most recently, I host and produce a segment called BroadBand that airs in a show called The Politics of Living.  I also host and produce a new podcast called Artclectic New England.

Social Media

Believe it or not, social media is here to stay and every organization needs to have a presence on various channels in order to engage with the community.  It is how we connect and engage with volunteers, donors, corporate partners, and community collaborators.  It isn’t a matter if ‘should we?’ but a matter of ‘which ones’?

Many nonprofits have limited capacity to establish let alone manage various social media channels and that is how I can help you.

Working with you, we will come up with realistic goals in setting up your various channels and how to realistically manage content so you can build awareness about the services your organization offers.  One area that many organizations under utilize is LinkedIn to recruit volunteers and deepen their relationships with business partners.

The bottom line is this:  If they don’t know you exist, how can they volunteer or donate money to your nonprofit?  It is imperative that you have a few channels created and to build a rapport with the digital community by posting content that is unique and compelling.

Drop me a line to set up some time to talk about your options.

My Services & Special Projects

I work with organizations and individuals on grant writing, event planning, publicity, marketing, fundraising, and social media strategies.


I also work with individuals on personal/professional coaching/mentoring.

Special projects