Just Japan Podcast 60: YouTube and Podcasting

In Episode 60 of the Just Japan Podcast, host Kevin O’Shea chats with returning guest Jim Mullins (aka Mully), cohost of the Mully’s Place Podcast about video blogging and podcasting in Japan. What does it take to start a YouTube channel or a podcast? Kevin talks about the recent 2015 Osaka YouTube Hanami Party, missing a week of the podcast and how he’ll promote your podcast if you want to start one!

Also, The Fulcrum (The Univerity of Ottawa newspaper– in Canada) recently wrote a story about the Just Japan Podcast and let’s cross our fingers…the 2015 Podcast Awards will announce the winners (we’re nominated for Best Travel Podcast) April 14th (Las Vegas Time)!

 

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READ about the Just Japan Podcast in a recent article in The Fulcrum (University of Ottawa newspaper).

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Just Japan Podcast 60: YouTube and Podcasting
Just Japan Podcast 60: YouTube and Podcasting

 

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One comment

  1. You guys are the best! Thank you for the support! Really interesting topic (again!), and I’m happy to learn from you two. ❤ ~Jen (I'm sure Kat would agree!)

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