Scott Hertzog here. It is awesome to be a part of this Podcaster News community, an endeavor to bring you the latest news, equipment reviews, and ideas coming out of the podcasting industry. I posted my very first podcast in August of 2008, though my audio engineering and producing roots go back to 1993.
Over the years, I have helmed eight podcasts. Currently. I produce, host, and engineer the award winning SciFi Diner Podcast, the Dune Saga Podcast, and the Inside the Studio of the Podcaster show.
The Scifi Diner Podcast, which I co-host along with Miles P. McLoughlin and M. Sieiro Garcia from M Just M.com, provides a menu of genre news, trivia, listener’s thoughts and conversations, and interviews from the people who make Science Fiction happen (celebrities like Amanda Tapping, Edward James Olmos, LaVar Burton and New York Times best selling authors such as Scott Sigler, Douglas Lain, and Alan Dean Foster). We also rewind and revisit classics like Blade Runner and Wrath of Khan as well as review recent releases like Star Trek Into Darkness, Man of Steel, and Ender’s Game.
The Dune Saga Podcast, which I co-host along with David Moulton from The Lancast and Jim Arrowood from Jim’s SciFi Blog, takes a chronological journey through all the Dune novels, starting with the Legends of Dune by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, working our way through Frank Herbert’s original Dune series, and moving our way beyond.
At Inside the Studio of the Podcaster, the only show I run solo, I examine the equipment, the software, the apps, the plugins that make podcasts happen. I interview other podcasters who tell me what their studio can’t live without. We look at the good, the bad, and ugly, and give our recommendations.
I look forward to continuing to learn and grow in my podcasting journey. It is my hope that my experience and knowledge of podcasting will help you grow as well.