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In Episode 8, Lee Uehara and Andrew Wang review their Impact Call with AAP member Jeof Vita from Kung Fu Drive-In podcast. Some of Jeof's wise words: make sure you're passionate about your show's content when creating a show, and don't do it for any other reason.Andy and Lee also talk about gear, pets, and invite you to share your thoughts and questions. You can do that by visiting AAPodcasters.com and clicking on the SpeakPipe tab to leave a voice memo. You could be on the show!Shout-Outs: Nolan Hong, host of Hanging Out with Nolan Hong, provides AAP with a new segment drop: Gear Talk. Thank you, Nolan!AAP's Great News Corner: Congratulations go to AAP member Melissa Slaughter, producer of the hit show, Netflix's Stranger Things 3. AAP members can share their great news on the show - just email or leave a voice memo for us.AAP's Gear Talk: Microphones. Andy and Lee talk about good starter microphones and why you should get a good one from the beginning. Specifically, dedicated dynamic cardioid microphones. They also mention what to do when interviewing guests in relation to the number of microphones you might have. This episode was produced by Matthew Schneeman.Join the Asian American Podcasters Association to get access to AAP Impact Calls and other great content.Mentions:- Jeof Vita, Kung Fu Drive-In podcast- Nolan Hong, Hanging Out with Nolan Hong podcast- Melissa Slaughter, associate producer of Netflix's Behind the Scenes: Stranger Things 3 podcast- ATR-2100 and Samson Q2U dynamic cardioid starter microphones- Sennheiser e935 and Sennheiser MD46 ENG microphones- Tonor wireless microphones- Zoom, Almolto - video call recordersYou can reach out to Asian American Podcasters Association in the following ways:www.AAPodcasters.com/join/Social Media: @aapodcastersEmail: info @ aapodcasters.comClick HERE for the AAP Podcast Directory. 
In Episode 6, Andy and Lee talk to Ric Meyers, an author, screenwriter, consultant, actor, and teacher who is best known for his contributions to the martial arts film industry. Rob Domingo of the New York Asian Film Festival (from AAPP episode 5) introduced us to today's guest. It's a great idea to ask your guest for suggestions and introductions to future guests for your show.Why are we talking kung fu today? According to Ric, kung fu is self-improvement so we can apply lessons from kung fu to become better podcasters. "Learn everything you can, from everyone you can, and make it your own." We also chat about Asian action films and more.Mentions:http://actionfilmautopsy.comYou can reach out to Asian American Podcasters in the following ways:www.AAPodcasters.com/join/Social Media: @aapodcastersEmail: info @ aapodcasters.comClick HERE for the AAP Podcast Directory. 
In Episode 9, Lee Uehara and Andrew Wang share some HUGE news about AAP.Then, they talk about recording on location after traveling during the summer. Andy goes to Taipei and Tokyo. Lee goes to...Lexington, Kentucky to give an AAP/WOC talk, "Avoiding Newbie Mistakes" for the Lexington Podcasters group run by Jennifer Longworth of Bourbon Barrel Podcasting.Then, Andy and Lee move on and talk about the terms "Asian" versus "Asian American." Which do you use? Does either bother you? Let us know and reach out at @aapodcasters. Food Talk: Andy eats fried grasshoppers - or is it caramelized duck tongue? He told friends that if they nominated his personal show for a business podcast award, he would eat one of those foods. Other food mentions: cho dofu, dragonfruit, haw flakes, shirataki noodle-ramen (low carb), brisket BBQ, Tokyo ramen, tonkatsu and kaitenzushi (conveyor belt sushi).Gear Talk/Recording On Location:Andy records from his Tokyo lobby and misses his bus to the airport! But, before then, Andy talks about planning ahead when taking care of your podcast and what he does. Lee goes on the hunt for a portable P.A. system to use for the talk. She ends up at a Guitar Center and buys a Blackstar Super Fly amp. After successfully using it, Lee has to figure out how to pack it in her luggage. Her gear tip for traveling is to leave room in your suitcase for new gear!Shout-Outs: AAP Member Nolan Hong creates the "Food Talk" drop for us. Nolan's show is Hanging Out with Nolan Hong.Members Susan McCormac and Toshiki Nakashige launch their new podcast, The Big Root,Join the Asian American Podcasters Association to get access to AAP Impact Calls and other great content.Mentions:- Podcast Awards.com- Food Talk drop produced by Matthew Schneeman.- Blackstar Superfly portable P.A. speaker- The Big Root podcast, a new show by AAP members Susan McCormac and Toshiki Nakashige.You can reach out to Asian American Podcasters Association in the following ways:www.AAPodcasters.com/join/Social Media: @aapodcastersEmail: info @ aapodcasters.comClick HERE for the AAP Podcast Directory. 
In Season 2, Episode 2, your hosts Andy Wang and Lee Uehara recap their time at Podfest Expo that takes place in March in Orlando, FL annually.First up is the rundown of the OFFICIAL Asian American Podcasters Association (AAP) and Women of Color Podcasters (WOCP) meet-up with a dessert bar, sponsored by Podbean. Andy and Lee share what sweets were on hand as well as report on how it all went.Then, they talk about AAP member Joon Han's standing-room only talk, "Podcasting for Business Leaders: AKA The Business of Podcasting." Ultimately, Andy and Lee suggest that you might want to invite Joon on as a guest on your show because he's good at telling stories, among other things. Andy and Lee also gave a talk, Recording on Location to Grow Your Audience and Email List. Unfortunately, it was not recorded due to logistical issues at the conference. However, it too was well-attended. Andy Wang also got to be on the main stage when he joined the New Media Show panel discussion with Todd Cochrane and Rob Greenlee, Glen the Geek of Horse Radio Network. Andy and Lee also share that there will be a new segment on the AAP Podcast. In each episode they'll feature an AAP member and his/her show.Finally, Andy asks Lee what her tips are for attending a conference. Tune in to find out what you should do at every single event you attend.Join the Asian American Podcasters Association to get access to AAP Impact Calls, to be listed in AAP's Podcast Directory and other great content.Let us know your good news, questions, comments at @aapodcasters across all social media channels.You can reach out to Asian American Podcasters Association in the following ways:www.AAPodcasters.com/join/Twitter: Click ==> @aapodcastersInstagram: Click ==> @aapodcastersEmail: info @ aapodcasters.comClick HERE for the AAP Podcast Directory. 
In Season 2 Episode 4, your hosts Andy Wang and Lee Uehara cover a lot of topics such as all the virtual podcasting summits that have popped up. They go on to share AAP member Jessica Nguyen's scholarship for podcast mentees at ProjectVoicePod.com and talk shop about gear. And, they give a recap of the presentation, Livestreaming Podcasts to Grow Your Audience, which Shannon Martin of Podbean shared in the AAP group.Andy and Lee talk about whether there has been an increase - or decrease - in listening and downloads. Andy also talks about his shorter commute and getting more sleep these days. LOL.There are also a couple of job listings for folks. Then, Andy and Lee talk gear! Here are the mentions: - GAS: Guitar Acquisition Syndrome OR GEAR Acquisition Syndrome (!) - Mix-Pre 6 - QSC Touch Mix – 16-channel mixer $1k~ - SSD vs Storage drivesAAP's Gear Talk drop was produced - and voiced - by Nolan Hong of the Hanging Out with Nolan Hong podcast.AAP Member Highlight: Jessica Nguyen of ProjectVoice. She has (3) $1k scholarships for podcaster mentees. Deadline is May 31, 2020. Apply at ProjectVoicePod.com.PODTHON.com: AAP's annual podcasting conference - a joint venture with WOCP (Women of Color Podcasters) is on Saturday/Sunday on July 18-19, 2020 Speaker Submissions are due May 22, 2020 11:59PM EST. Tickets are $37.50 for the live conference, and $75 for the All-Access Pass.Join the Asian American Podcasters Association to get access to AAP Impact Calls, to be listed in AAP's Podcast Directory and other great content.Let us know your good news, questions, comments at @aapodcasters across all social media channels.You can reach out to Asian American Podcasters Association in the following ways:www.AAPodcasters.com/join/Twitter: Click ==> @aapodcastersInstagram: Click ==> @aapodcastersEmail: info @ aapodcasters.comClick HERE for the AAP Podcast Directory.
In Episode 7, Andrew Wang and Lee Uehara recap the past little while. Since the last show, AAP member Joon Han of Awesome Guests shared his expertise on growing audiences and interview best practices in an AAP Impact Call. And, Lee attended a workshop about podcasters' ownership rights.Andy and Lee also talk about trademarks and whether you need a guest release form. They also discuss why podcasters might need one and the different types of release forms.That conversation led Andy and Lee to talk about the term, "Off the Record" and how it actually works. Then they discuss one way to determine whether a service business is a good one for you.This episode was produced by Matthew Schneeman.Join the Asian American Podcasters Association to get access to AAP Impact Calls and other great content.Mentions:- Joon Han, AwesomeGuests.com- Who Owns Your Content: A Look at Podcasters Rights , a panel discussion hosted at METRO, NYC.- Panelists: Amanda McLoughlin, Jeanine Percival Wright, Anne Kennedy McGuire, Molly Schwartz- AAJA's Media Training InstituteYou can reach out to Asian American Podcasters in the following ways:www.AAPodcasters.com/join/Social Media: @aapodcastersEmail: info @ aapodcasters.comClick HERE for the AAP Podcast Directory. 
In Episode 1, you'll meet your AAP hosts Andrew Wang and Lee Uehara.They'll share with you - while on location in a city park in NYC - what's ahead for the Asian American Podcasters group and podcast!Let's connect! Here's how:To join: www.AAPodcasters.com/join/. Click to email us. Follow us on Twitter (@aapodcasters) and Instagram (@aapodcasters)!
In Episode 11, hosts Andrew Wang and Lee Uehara catch up with each other and talk about She Podcasts Live, current Member news, and Podfest 2020 and much, much more.Andy asks Lee about She Podcasts Live, the first all women's independent podcasting conference produced by Jessica Kupferman and Elsie Escobar from She Podcasts. Lee shares some differences about SPL versus other podcasting conferences, including the manicure bar at Stitcher.Then Andy and Lee share good news about the following AAP members:- Kristin Meinzer's keynote at She Podcasts Live, Your Voice is a Gift. She also is the author of the new book, So You Wanna Start a Podcast.- Wendy Kim's launch of her book's edition in softcover, Beyond Blending In: An Immigrant Daughter’s Guide to Overcoming Cultural Bonds for a Life of Authenticity and Abundance.- Sharmane Johnson, Militantly Mixed podcast, was on Fox Soul’s Mike and Donny Show on West Coast- Raven Lim and Ling Ling Tai's Asia Podcast Summit- Ken Fong's success as a finalist for the Local Heroes Award from NPR. His podcast is Asian America PodcastOther Topics:- The Outlier Podcast Festival is accepting speaker submissions - click HERE.- AAP's Gear Talk: Zoom Live 8 vs Rodecaster Pro - which do you use? Let us know and reach out at @aapodcasters. - Welcome to new and good-standing AAP members who Lee met in person at SPL: Joon Han, Kristy Oshita, Neetal Parekh Rahul Bali, Christine Lan Sarah Li-Cain and Kimyung Kim.- Andy and Lee will give a podcasting talk at the Asian American Alliance for the Arts on November 13th: in Brooklyn, NYC.- If you can host an AAP meetup in your corner of the world, let Andy and Lee!Finally, Andy and Lee share that AAP is attending Podfest, March 6-8, 2020 in Orlando, Florida. Use the promo code “AAP” to save $50. The code is good for about 30 days. Podfest owner, Chris Kritmitso, is providing AAP with a room for an official meet-up. So join us IRL! Incidentally, Chris Kritmitsos's first printing of his new book, Start Ugly, has sold out on Amazon!With all this talk about people writing books, Lee tells listeners that they, too, can write a book!You, too, can write a book. Absolutely! You, too, can be an author!Join the Asian American Podcasters Association to get access to AAP Impact Calls, to be listed in AAP's Podcast Directory and other great content.Mentions:- AsiaPodcastSummit.com- Asian American Arts Alliance, 20 Jay Street, Suite 740, Brooklyn, NY 11201, (212) 941-9208.- Podfest- Podcast Movement- She Podcasts LiveLet us know your good news, questions, comments and what you were for Halloween @aapodcasters across all social media channels.You can reach out to Asian American Podcasters Association in the following ways:www.AAPodcasters.com/join/Social Media: @aapodcastersEmail: info @ aapodcasters.comClick HERE for the AAP Podcast Directory. 
In S2 Ep 01, your hosts Andy Wang and Lee Uehara ring in the new year, 2020! It is also The Year of The Rat.Did you know that Andy is a Rat? If you're a Rat, let us know!Andy and Lee share that they'll soon be going to Podfest Expo in March. It's in Orlando, FL. They'll actually be speaking. Their talk, "Recording On Location to Grow Your Audience and Email List" will be on Saturday at 3:15 p.m. If you're attending, stop by!Also at Podfest Expo, Asian American Podcasters Association (AAP) will also have an official meet-up with WOCP (Women of Color Podcasters) and other Podbeaners. It is sponsored by Podbean. There will be a dessert bar and book give-aways. So stop by the meet-up as well!This episode was produced by AAP member Teri Yuan.Join the Asian American Podcasters Association to get access to AAP Impact Calls, to be listed in AAP's Podcast Directory and other great content.Let us know your good news, questions, comments at @aapodcasters across all social media channels.You can reach out to Asian American Podcasters Association in the following ways:www.AAPodcasters.com/join/Twitter: Click ==> @aapodcastersInstagram: Click ==> @aapodcastersEmail: info @ aapodcasters.comClick HERE for the AAP Podcast Directory. 
In this episode, your hosts Andy and Lee close out Season 1 and the year, 2019.Next year, 2020, will be The Year of the Rat. If that's you, let us know so we can give you a shot-out on the show!Until February 2020, come join us on Facebook. Click here!This episode was produced by AAP member Teri Yuan.Join the Asian American Podcasters Association to get access to AAP Impact Calls, to be listed in AAP's Podcast Directory and other great content.Let us know your good news, questions, comments at @aapodcasters across all social media channels.You can reach out to Asian American Podcasters Association in the following ways:www.AAPodcasters.com/join/Twitter: Click ==> @aapodcastersInstagram: Click ==> @aapodcastersEmail: info @ aapodcasters.comClick HERE for the AAP Podcast Directory. 
In Episode 10, Andrew Wang and Lee Uehara talk about some great podcasting events such as Podfest, Podcast Movement, Podthon.com, SoundEducation at Harvard - and the upcoming, inaugural, sold-out She Podcasts Live in Atlanta on October 11-13, 2019.International Podcast Day was on September 30th, and both Andy and Lee represented with a talk on, surprise, recording on location and how that can help grow your audience and guest list.Andy and Lee also share that they're giving a talk about podcasting in November at the Asian American Alliance for the Arts. Once the link is live, it'll be posted.Lee will lead a panel discussion at She Podcasts Live, "What's in Your Purse?: Tools and Tips to Build a ROck-Solid Community.And, AAP members Raven Lim and Ling Ling Tai in Singapore have created Asia's first podcasting summit, Asia Podcast Summit, and Asia's Podcast Awards. Congratulations, Raven and Ling Ling!Which do you use? Does either bother you? Let us know and reach out at @aapodcasters. Join the Asian American Podcasters Association to get access to AAP Impact Calls, to be listed in AAP's Podcast Directory and other great content.Mentions:- AsiaPodcastSummit.com- Asian American Arts Alliance, 20 Jay Street, Suite 740, Brooklyn, NY 11201, (212) 941-9208.- DC Podfest- International Podcast Day, September 30th every year- Podfest- Podcast Movement- She Podcasts Live- SoundEducation at HarvardAre we missing any others? Let us know: @aapodcasters.You can reach out to Asian American Podcasters Association in the following ways:www.AAPodcasters.com/join/Social Media: @aapodcastersEmail: info @ aapodcasters.comClick HERE for the AAP Podcast Directory. 
In Episode 4 of the Asian American Podcasters Podcast, Jeremy Helton from Audioboom joins Lee as cohost as they wait for Andrew to find parking in downtown New York City.With very little notice, AAP found out about the Coalition for Asian Pacific American's 40th annual festival to celebrate AAPI Heritage Month - that's May. So with poster board and clothespins, Jeremy and Theresa Yuan from en(gendered) podcast help Lee with trimming the vendor booth tent.Jeremy brings up the question of the type of data Lee, Theresa and Andrew will uncover as they go about offering to teach folks how to listen to podcasts as well as start their own show.Mentions:New Mandarin Court restaurant, 61 Mott St., Chinatown.Filipina Women's Network, www.ffwn.org.You can reach out to Asian American Podcasters in the following ways:www.AAPodcasters.com/join/@aapodcastersinfo @ aapodcasters.com
In Episode 5, Andy talks to Rob Domingo who is with the New York Asian Film Festival. Incidentally, AAP and NYFF are neighbors at the 40th Annual Coalition for Asian Pacific Americans Festival in NYC's Chinatown.Andy and Rob talk about about NYAFF's goal of bringing Asian cinema to the United States. NYAFF is based at Lincoln Center on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Apparently, NYAFF's Rob Domingo said the organization recently produced a show entitled, Crazy Broke Asians, with great success.Then Andy and Lee talk about which delicious food they'll enjoy before leaving Chinatown. Pork buns? Bubble tea? Chow Fun? Listen in to find out more.Mentions:New York Asian Film Festival, www.nyaff.org .You can reach out to Asian American Podcasters in the following ways:www.AAPodcasters.com/join/Social Media: @aapodcastersEmail: info @ aapodcasters.comClick HERE for the AAP Podcast Directory. 
In Season 2, Episode 3, your hosts Andrew Wang and Lee discuss the increase in podcast shows as well as the current trend in listening and downloads. Below, you'll find other topics Andy and Lee covered in this episode.Volunteer for AAP:AAP is looking for social media volunteers to handle its social media and blog. Please do reach out to us info@aapodcasters.com.AAP Shout-Out:AAP member Teri Yuan of the en(gendered) podcast. She’s helping us with the blog and editing episodes. Teri also gave a talk at Podcast Movement Evolutions in February. She's on fire!AAP Show DirectoryMake sure your show is listed in the AAP Directory. Click here!AAP Speaker DatabaseIf you're a speaker and have a niche topic of expertise, sign up to be listed in our speaker database. We do get inquiries and we would love to refer people versus sending folks away. Click here!AAP Member Highlight Dorinda Wong and Cherie: their podcast is Let’s Have This Conversation, is about 2nd generation Chinese-American women sharing their life experiences. To be highlighted, join AAP!Just click on the link below. If you have good news, let us know so we can tag you and share it!AAP's 2nd Annual Podcasting ConferencePODTHON.com: AAP's annual podcasting conference - a joint venture with WOCP (Women of Color Podcasters) is on Saturday/Sunday on July 18-19, 2020 Speaker Submissions are due May 22, 2020 11:59PM EST. Tickets are $37.50 for the live conference, and $75 for the All-Access Pass.Contact & Join AAPJoin the Asian American Podcasters Association to get access to AAP Impact Calls, to be listed in AAP's Podcast Directory and other great content.Let us know your good news, questions, comments at @aapodcasters across all social media channels.You can reach out to Asian American Podcasters Association in the following ways:www.AAPodcasters.com/join/Twitter: Click ==> @aapodcastersInstagram: Click ==> @aapodcastersEmail: info @ aapodcasters.comClick HERE for the AAP Podcast Directory.
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Started
Apr 15th, 2019
Latest Episode
Oct 30th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
11
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16 minutes
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