Monday, March 18, 2013

The Studio

The Teachers pay Teachers podcast must achieve to the level of greatness that we have seen every day on TeacherspayTeachers.com. That's a tall order. I know. But I don't see any point in creating this content unless it is going to be really good. Besides, one of my main goals is to showcase great teachers and their content, so I need to make them look good; very good. In order to do that, I need a studio.

Fortunately, I have a plan to create a professional studio of my own in the very near future.

The Background

About four years ago, my wife and I bought a foreclosure next door to our house. It had burned down and no one seemed to want it. As a result, it was an eyesore in the neighborhood. We thought we could at least clean it up to keep our property value from going down. Not long after the purchase, I came up with the idea of turning it into a studio for audio/video production. However, by that time our family had begun to grow. In the meantime, we have put so much effort into the project, that we plan to move our family into it this summer. That will leave our current house empty, and we plan to keep it for use in producing the TeacherspayTeachers Podcast.

The Future

As soon as my family moves into our other house, my current home will be my office and studio. It will be a fully functional recording studio with a set and green screen capability. I'm going to invest in lighting, technology, and cameras that will help to make the podcast extremely professional.

Next time, I'll tell you more about the podcast format. Keep creating excellent content. Maybe you can be one of my first, featured teacher-authors!

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