You're passionately talking about your latest rabbit hole, and suddenly, a lightbulb goes off: let's make a podcast!
But how do you start producing, recording, distributing, and spreading the word for the next Serial? What legal issues surround copyright? What releases should your guests sign? What liabilities come with editing and uploading your podcast to the web?
Attorney Megan Zavieh, a professional state discipline defense attorney and host of her own podcast, Lawyers Gone Ethical, shares her podcasting journey and will give you tips for getting your podcast off the ground.
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About the Speaker:
Megan Zavieh, State Bar Discipline Defense Attorney & host of Lawyers Gone Ethical
Megan Zavieh focuses her practice on attorney ethics, representing attorneys facing State Bar disciplinary action, providing guidance to attorneys, podcasting and writing about legal ethics. Megan earned her J.D. at age 21 from the University of California at Berkeley School of Law in 1999, graduating Order of the Coif. After clerking for the Honorable Evan J. Wallach at the U.S. Court of International Trade in New York, she went on to practice securities litigation in New York. In 2009, she began working with members of the California State Bar who were facing disciplinary action. Find out more at https://zaviehlaw.com/.
Marc Sollinger, Co-Creator, Archive 81
Marc Sollinger is a public radio producer and the co-founder of Dead Signals, an audio drama production company. He's worked at Innovation Hub, Marketplace, and The PBS NewsHour. He's most well-known for co-creating Archive 81, a fiction podcast that's been downloaded millions of times and is currently being adapted as a Netflix show.
These workshops are made possible, in part, from the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles Department of Arts and Culture; The City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affairs; and the California Community Foundation. Additional support provided by the California Arts Council.