Martin is building an Informed Choice Radio Squad; a small group of highly motivated co-hosts to help present the Friday episode of the podcast, on a rotational basis.
If you fancy hopping on the microphone once every 6-8 weeks to chat to Martin about the latest from the world of personal finance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s what you need to know about joining the Informed Choice Radio Squad:
-You’ll need a microphone, headphones and decent Internet connection, and a quiet place to record.
-Co-hosting will take place on a Wednesday or Thursday, with the time scheduled in advance.
-You will need to use a Google Chrome browser on your PC or Mac to connect to Martin via our ipDTL system.
-Recording each episode will take up to 30 minutes.
-Co-hosts will be paid a fee of £35 per episode, and will also get links to their blog and social media profiles in the show notes for the episode, social mentions when the episode is promoted, and a profile on the Informed Choice Radio website.
-Other than recording your episode with Martin, minimal preparation time is required! Ahead of the recording session, Martin will share the episode structure notes with you. You are invited to contribute anything interesting from the world of personal finance you’ve read/seen/heard.
-Informed Choice Radio will take care of all of the episode editing, file hosting, writing show notes, marketing and promotion, etc.
-No personal finance qualifications are needed to become a co-host, but you should have some relevant experience and a keen interest in personal finance, savings, investments, retirement and podcasting!
Still interested? Please email email@example.com and, if you make the grade, we will add your name to the Informed Choice Radio Squad roster!
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