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The what, why and how of podcasting


History & heritage Storytelling Digital & new media
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Ravine Room, Gallagher Centre ground level

455 Broadway Street West

Yorkton, SK



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible.


A workshop about podcasts -- what they are (since local podcasts are quite new in Yorkton), why there is interest in podcasting by audiences, and the opportunities for, mechanics of, equipment requirements and cost of and available support for those interested in podcasting.

The purpose is to expand knowledge of and interest in podcasting, for both audiences and potential podcasters, and discuss the types and topics of podcasts that may be of interest to a local audience.


Dick DeRyk

Yorkton Stories is a twice a month podcast that looks at Yorkton past and present. It is researched, written and produced by Dick DeRyk, former Yorkton This Week co-owner and editor, and owner and operator of other businesses in Yorkton over the past almost 50 years.

The podcasts can be heard at where they are accompanied by photos, links and other information associated with each podcast topic.

This event is part of a hub:

Culture Days Yorkton

Recreation and Program Services Department, City of Yorkton Yorkton, SK

Culture Days Yorkton is a 3 week celebration of arts and culture in our community. Join in the celebration Sept. 22 through Oct. 15, 2023. To find out more about how you can organize an event during the celebrations, contact Angelina Kar...