Zan Romanoff

Zan Romanoff is a full-time freelance journalist, as well as the author of three young adult novels. She lives and writes in LA.

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Zan Romanoff

Zan Romanoff is a full-time freelance journalist, as well as the author of three young adult novels. She lives and writes in LA.
Vanessa Quirk of Urban Roots on using podcasts to make a difference
We talked to Vanessa about why LinkedIn is her most important social network, how she uses Descript to put together episodes, and whether to look for funding or stories first.
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Zan Romanoff
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My Perfect Console’s Simon Parkin on how to make your interview podcast stand out
Simon Parkin didn't set out to make an indie podcast, but that's what he did. He shares how a sharp format helps his interview show stand out and how to stay creative with a day job.
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Zan Romanoff
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The Dumb Zone on the tricky transition from radio to podcasting
Dan McDowell and Jake Kemp's move from radio to podcasting came with contract disputes, a lawsuit, and the challenge of rebuilding their once massive audience.
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Zan Romanoff
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Answer in Progress on how their creative outlet made it big
The creators of Answer in Progress were just high school students when they launched their YouTube channel. Nearly a decade later, they've become a well-oiled machine. Here's how they did it.
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Zan Romanoff
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Ross Sutherland of Imaginary Advice on podcasting's parallels with poetry
We spoke with Ross about how poetry led him to podcasting, how budget constraints led to his signature style, and why pursuing your passion as a full-time job may not be your best option.
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Zan Romanoff
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James Kim of Moonface on the importance of artistry
James Kim makes exciting, genre-bending shows that have been praised by critics. We talked to him about dealing with imposter syndrome and what he learned from teaching himself to write fiction.
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Zan Romanoff
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