Ep 112, Elsie Escobar: From War Torn Childhood To Outspoken Podcast Advocate

Released Tuesday, 2nd May 2017
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A podcaster since 2006, Elsie was one of the first female indie podcasters using audio to teach yoga. Elsie's Yoga Class has now been downloaded over 4 million times! Her obsession for podcasting got her a job working with Libsyn, the leading podcast host and distribution … created in 2004. She's been there since 2007 and has had the pleasure of working with hundreds of podcasters, sharing tools for better production, educating them in the fast moving podcasting space, as well as cultivating a strongly engaged community through The Feed: The Official Libsyn podcast which she bo…s. The Feed's sole focus is keeping people podcasting. She also co-runs the largest community for women in podcasting with a corresponding podcast (of course) called She Podcasts. Their sole mission is to empower women to continue to share their voices while creating a safe community of podcasting education and support. In short: she's a die-hard podcast junkie who lives, breathes and works the medium, and has since 2006.  She has pulsed with the space and grown from someone that had NO IDEA what a digital recorder was or how to record anything to someone that currently offers advice to thousands of people a month.  She knows the heart and soul of podcasters and podcasting well beyond iTunes and public media. She has the unique perspective and expertise of a podcast listener, independent podcast producer, and podcasting industry analyst/personality. You can connect with Elsie here: http://elsieescobar.com And check out the She Podcasts community here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/shepodcasts/

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