Post and Podcast by Kasey Kagawa

It’s lean times for the automotive podcast writer. Stuck in the doldrums between auto shows, we’re forced to resort to such vulgar measures as intellectual cannibalism and inflating otherwise unimportant stories into the world’s most important news story ever just to stay afloat. Fortunately, we’re not so desperate as to stoop to printing leaks and broken embargoes, but we spent a good long time staring at a few choice leaks, salivating at the extra time those things would generate. Thanks to the ingenuity of our crack team of writers, however, we here at Dubspeed Radio have just managed to make a podcast worthy to be shot through the Intertubes and into our audience’s waiting ears. Enjoy, and when you listen, think of the poor writers who toiled for hours in their boiler room office to bring you this fine bit of automotive journalism. Creating a podcast can be fun, but getting an audience is somewhat tricky. Once you have, you may have no problem keeping them entertained with seemingly endless hours of material that you have created. However, an excellent podcast with good content needs to be professional. Luckily, you can hire an editor who can help to give your podcast that professional polish listeners want. An editor can help to make your podcast sleek and easy to listen to, so you don’t have to worry about mistakes. All you have to worry about is keeping to the facts on whatever story you are looking to present. And as an automotive journalist, you’ll want to find the right story for your audience.

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