From podcasting to livestreaming, what made me do it? It’s been awhile since I went online to put up a “podcast”. I put podcast in quotes since I did not use an iPod to record the episodes from Season 1 So it made sense to shift to a different format and officially go livestreaming.
Our guest for our pilot episode himself explained the advantage of shifting from podcasting to livestreaming.
I cannot always use the reason that I do not know how to use Streamyard or similar streaming services that I can connect with my YouTube account. I have to. Hence the shift from podcasting to livestreaming.
I have been doing freelance work for some years now. I should find ways to promote myself, prove to future clients of my capabilities and continuous zest for learning new things.
This is why I thought it sensible that if ever I would be adapting the new format, I might as well interview one of the first folks that gave me an opportunity to be a podcast researcher: Joe Dini.
His podcast, Legends of the Internet (LOTI), may have gone on indefinite hiatus. But he still livestreams on his YouTube channel – a good outlet of his current interests and a place to read some notes. I can’t call it dramatic reading yet if it’s not so dramatic.
Still, as one of the folks he considers as friends online, I am happy to participate in his Doki Doki Literature Club cold reading endeavor. So if ever it came up in the livestream for me to ask if LOTI will be back, I asked him.
You better watch the rest of the episode. Chances are you’ve come across one of Joe Dini’s Legends of the Internet episodes and be familiar with his voice. Definitely one of the nicest folks I have ever met online.
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