Home / Podcast / Ep 27 | Why You Should (or Shouldn’t) Start an Equestrian Podcast with Glenn Hebert

#027 – Everybody and their brother started a podcast during the big stay-at-home boom we all know as 2020. With the podcasting space becoming so saturated, is there still room for aspiring equestrian hosts? Glenn Hebert of Horse Radio Network says there is, but it’s more work than you might think.

Tune in to hear Glenn share:

  • How to know if podcasting is right for you
  • The best online resources for newbie podcasters
  • Tips to avoid the inevitable “pod fade”
  • The ONE big rule Glenn shares with every host

And a bonus tip for all of our listeners who’ve been asking:

  • How to pitch your equestrian show to Horse Radio Network

DID YOU KNOW – Glenn estimates that it takes up to 15 hours of pre-production and post-production work to produce just ONE episode. Read that again. Are you ready for the long-term commitment that producing a good podcast requires?

Glenn Hebert of Horse Radio Network

Connect with Glenn Hebert of Horse Radio Network below:

Website: horseradionetwork.com
Patreon: /horseradionetwork
Email: glenn[at]horseradionetwork.com

Resources mentioned in this episode:


This episode has been sponsored by GGT Footing!

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Thank you to The Leadline’s podcast editor, Victoria Brock, for all of her amazing work on this episode! If you’re enjoying the podcast, our listeners are invited to join The Leadline Community on Facebook to connect with like-minded equine business owners and learn more about online equestrian business workshops, upcoming events, networking opportunities, and more.


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