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507: Narrative Podcasting with Paul Sating
Episode 714th February 2018 • Podcasting Experiments • Joshua Rivers
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From fan of podcasts to producer of podcasts. As an avid fan of podcasts, a little bit of research led Paul to realize podcasting is relatively cheap and easy to get into. He bought a Radio Shack mic and just started talking. He tried all sorts of different themes including socio-political issues and soccer before figuring out how to be authentic and entertaining. This led to his first fictional podcast. Now 6 years later he has 3 fiction podcasts, 2 more in the making and a podcast about writing.


  • How Paul got started in podcasting
  • The journey and failures that got him to the podcasts he has now
  • How Paul's podcast Diary of a Madman came about
  • Utilizing your downtime and finding a niche by experimenting
  • How Diary of a Madman has developed to include other writers for the next few seasons
  • Editing episode by episode versus editing the whole season
  • How to smartly invest your energy when trying to grow your audience
  • Why Paul created the Fate Crafters network
  • The advantages of belonging to a podcast network



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Diary Of A Madman -

Athiest Apocolypse -

Who Killed Julie? -

Horrible Writing -



Fate Crafters  Podcast Network