Uduak Oduok of Africa Music Law – Law Podcasting Episode 45

Uduak Oduok

 

“Podcasting is very effective to help you brand yourself”.

— Uduak Oduok, Africa Music Law

 

 

This week, I had a delightful conversation with Uduak Oduok, a Northern-California based speaker, attorney, journalist, author, podcaster and recognized visionary and trailblazer.

She is the founder of Ladybrille, an award nominated pioneer digital magazine celebrating brilliant women in business and leadership across industry sectors and across the globe, with an emphasis on Africa.

As an attorney Uduak pioneered the first Fashion Law seminars in Northern California, and is a recognized name within the growing niche practice of Fashion Law in the USA. She is also the founder of the pioneering law blog ‘Africa Music Law,’ a blog and podcast show educating Africa and the USA creative industries on legal issues affecting the entertainment industry.

She is the co-founder of EBITU LAW GROUP, P.C., a California, USA law firm providing legal services to businesses and individuals including those in the fashion and entertainment sector; and has been featured in leading legal publications in the USA, ABA Journal and The California Lawyer Magazine.

She has also been a contributor to three books, two of which are distributed internationally, and has just completed her first music law book for Nigeria and Africa's entertainment industry.

Find  more about Uduak at http://msuduak.com, and the podcast at:  http://AfricaMusicLaw.com.

We talked about:

  • Uduak's keep interest in serving her audience by extracting value from each guest by asking, “How can my audience learn from what [guest] has had to overcome?”
  • The importance of having a clear strategy
  • Using Podcasting as a marketing tool
  • Using a Podcast as a lead-in to other products and services
  • The value of having dedicated blocks of time, a clear format, a template and a system to keep things running smoothly.

In all, a terrific episode.  Thanks Uduak!

 


Some of the resources mentioned in this podcast:


Audio Technica ATR-2100 Podcast Microphone


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Audacity – Open-Source Audio Recording, Editing and Production Software


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Smart Podcast Player WordPress Plugin


Get started with a podcast for your practice, (or just for fun), you can get our Free Law Podcasting Startup Guide, when you sign up to access our video series (also free) on how you can grow your practice with more good clients and referrals, without breaking the bank.

 

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NOTE:  Some of the above may be affiliate links to products or services for which we receive a commission when you purchase.  Thank you!

 

 

The Power of Being A Podcast Guest with| Jessica Rhodes

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When you guest on podcasts, you can become a celebrity in your niche.

— Jessica Rhodes

 

In this episode, I spoke with Jessica Rhodes,  founder and CEO of Interview Connections, the premier source for booking outstanding podcast guests. The Interview Connections team of Booking Agents works with podcasters to find and book guests for their shows. They also represent dozens of highly qualified guest experts to connect them with podcast hosts for interviews.

Jessica is the host of the hit weekly web TV show, Interview Connections TV, she’s the host of the Rhodes to Success podcast and she is the co-host of The Podcast Producers, a ten episode audio series selected by Apple as a “How to Podcast” show in iTunes.

Jessica is a regular speaker at Dream Business Academy and has shared the stage with dozens of top podcasters at Podcast Movement and Podcast New England. She is married and is the proud mom to a very busy toddler named Nathan, and baby Lucy.

 

Jessica shared a few tips for those just getting started as podcast guests…

  • Have a One-Sheet consisting of your photo, bio, and proposed topics and some sample questions.  Keep your topics specific, narrow and focused.
  • Practice.  Have answers ready for frequently asked questions, and those you provide to your host.
  • Listen to lots of interviews.  Listen as a student to identify what works, what doesn't, styles and formats.
  • Use the Host's Name often to build affinity and a congenial tone.

 

Some of the resources mentioned in this podcast:

Interview Connections

Audio- Technica ATR-2100 Microphone

Podfly – production and post-production services


Get started with a podcast for your practice, (or just for fun), you can get our Free Law Podcasting Startup Guide, when you sign up to access our video series (also free) on how you can grow your practice with more good clients and referrals, without breaking the bank.

 

ppl-logo-blueAs always, the Law Podcasting Podcast is brought to you by Power Podcasting for Lawyers, the only online podcast training built specifically for lawyers by lawyers.
NOTE:  Some of the above may be affiliate links to products or services for which we receive a commission when you purchase.  Thank you!

 

NOTE:  Some of the above may be affiliate links to products or services for which we receive a commission when you purchase.  Thank you!