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Hello podcasters and welcome back to the Podomatic Feature Series!
This week is a very special one for two reasons. One, this our first time debuting a podcast and two, it’s our first feature on a podcast created and hosted by a 10 year old!
Introducing At Your Level Podcast, the podcast For kids, By kids! This is one of the best podcasts to come out of our #PODCASTINGCOVID effort (click link for details) and host Ari keeps us well informed throughout episode one. A very well thought out and produced show, Ari not only brings on guests of his peers to weigh in on his topics, there’s an ASMR “Guess That Sound” round for you to try to win and more! I can’t give away any more spoilers though, you simply have to go listen for yourself.
Check out At Your Level right here on Podomatic and our interview with Ari below!
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Ari, When, how and why did you start podcasting?
About 3 months ago I started having the idea of a podcast. I sent a ASMR to my friends and they sent me some funny responses. I played it for my mom and she loved it so we started creating and planning the outline.
How did you pick a subject/topic?
The first episode was originally going to be about dogs. I invited Bode & Lily because they have 2 dogs. And Chloe and Wesley because Daisy (the first dog they had) got put down and they adopted a new dog Bubbah that month. I was going to ask about losing a dog and how that felt. But then the schools closed and Bubbah tried to bite Wesley a few times and got very aggressive to Wes. There parents asked my mom if I can talk about a different subject.
I also had planed to have my guests come to my house. My mom bought me equipment and I was going to have everyone sit together under one mic. I had to change that. So with all the changes it made sense to talk about the corona virus. But every episode will have a different subject if that’s what you mean.
What do you want to be when you grow up and why?
I want to be a vet because I always wanted to and I love animals (especially dogs).
What's your advice for folks that haven’t pressed record yet?
If you mean that they are going to record their own podcast, then try to keep your voice steady and even if nobody listens to it, remember you worked really hard and love doing it. If you mean they are going to press play to my podcast then think of all the ways you can participate.