Promo #3: @EricHolsinger & @Jakks

@EricHolsinger & @Jakks think LannaLee is totally awesome.

Promo #2: Alex Steed

Alex Steed of FoodComaTV talks about LannaLee.

Podcast Update

Working behind the scenes on Lounging with LannaLee.

  • Booked three interviews over the next couple of weeks, going to start inviting some more people today. My goal is to have at least 8 interviews done before March so I can concentrate on getting the word out about it.
  • Designed some new business cards, waiting for the proofs to come back, hope to get them back before I go to Feast of Lights the first weekend in February.
  • Brainstormed with Edmund to come up with a tagline: “adventures in conversation”

Lots more stuff to do ¬†yet, but I feel like even if I get half the stuff I want to get done before March, I’ll be in good stead for an awesome program.

Promo #1

@GRMPYgrl08 and @tinaburnell discuss LannaLee.

Podcasting Philosophy

Originally Posted in Musings of Lanna Lee Maheux on January 17, 2012.

As a matter of course, I’ve been thinking about my podcast philosophy. Namely, what is it? With today’s technology I have many options I could use to record a podcast remotely, but I chose an in-person format. To that end, I use a portable recording device, (the Zoom H2 Handy Portable Stereo Recorder), it takes two AA batteries and uses an SD card to store the data. It’s designed for musicians to use for rehearsals, and can record from either 2 or 4 directions. It’s small and light and it makes it so I don’t have to lug my computer around. I can record a podcast anywhere.

In 2009 I was a guest on a podcast called Word on The Tweet, which was hosted by Jeff Parsons and Fred Abaroa. They recorded it using Skype. All the guests logged in and connected to Jeff’s Skype account, he recorded it and mixed it, and published it soon afterward. While there was a lively discussion, I couldn’t help but to feel disconnected from the other guests. That said, I was hooked. I thought “I could do a podcast!” So I did.

Since then, I started two podcasts. Each was with a co-host. I asked Alexis Lyon to collaborate with me on The Lex and Lanna Show because we had so many things in common and because we had great conversations. And because she is super cool. The Bureau of Awesome podcast came about because I had purchased the URL and didn’t know what to do about it. My husband, Edmund Charles Davis-Quinn, and I had talked about doing a podcast together, and finally decided why not just do it.

My Ultimate goal was to do my own show. Here’s the thing: I collect all these cool friends and acquaintances and I feel they should all get to know each other. So that’s what I’m going to do.

The allure to podcast hosting for me is the personal interaction I have with my co-hosts and guests. It’s that magic that happens when two or more people are in the room and looking at each other. In this day of remote this and remote that, I prefer the connection that happens when you’re live, communicating openly, and belly laughing. I hope to catch that magic in my new venture, Lounging with LannaLee.

Lounging with LannaLee Launches in March 2012!

Let's Talk, PeopleHello campers, well here we go! Got a name, Lounging with LannaLee, got a plan and it’s a go.

Welcome! Lounging with LannaLee is a weekly audio podcast where I (LannaLee) have a face-to-face, half-hour conversation with an interesting and fascinating person. Maybe you, perhaps?

What is special about this podcast is that when it’s recorded, I will be in the same room with my guest. Old-fashioned like. Up close and personal. That’s how I do my other podcasts, The Lex and Lanna Show with Alexis Lyon and The Bureau of Awesome with my husband Edmund. I use a portable recording device, (the Zoom H2 Handy Portable Stereo Recorder), so we could hold the chat anywhere. And likely will.

I have a dream list of possible guests that I will start contacting in the next couple of weeks. I’m going to two conferences in February and hope to connect with people there – fascinating and interesting people. To chat with. And you will love it!

If you want more information about me, click here. If you want more information about being a guest, click here. I am still working on the sponsorship information, but if you’re interested, feel free to contact me!

We launch in March, join us!