So now that we know in Parts One and Two the "who" of what I was looking to talk to in making this documentary, let us move onto what I was going to ask them.
The issue we talked about in part 1 of the I Podcast Too production explanation was "why make a movie about podcast?" In this we'll talk about "who makes podcasts."
So I'd like to start with the "why" of this movie. Why make a movie about podcasts? Let's start with the fact that it is an original idea. There have obviously been a few movies about podcasts (more than a few if you take the stance that the failed Seeso featured many live action/video versions of existing podcast. However, that would start us down the road of all sorts of spinoffs of podcasts like Homecoming etc.). WOAH! See, this is the issue with the discussion of podcasts; read the parenthetical in that last sentence. Really read it. Like what am I even saying? Why has the conversation about podcasts turned so quickly into very specific productions. The issue is that people knowledgable about podcasts know so much; some would say too much. We are very into the state of podcasting. Most new media creators are very up on their field because of how much it updates.
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