The Two Drunk Accountants podcast is funny, engaging and interesting. Here is how it started
The Two Drunk Accountants
How do you start an accounting podcast? This is the question for Dan Osborne and Tim Garth who run the acclaimed podcast, ‘The Two Drunk Accountants’.
You might remember that the Top 10 list for 2020 included the Two Drunk Accountants (‘2DA’) at #2. In this episode the two drunk accountants tell you how they do it.
Here is what we learned but please listen in as Dan & Tim explains all this much better than we ever could.
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1 – Starting Out
It started with clients asking questions. The same ones again and again. And so the idea was born to just explain it once and really well and have fun while doing it.
2 – Hosting Platform
‘The Two Drunk Accountants’ is hosted on Podbean and so is Tax Talks by the way.
3 – Software
2DA is edited on Garageband, but the most crucial part of equipment for 2DA is their mixer (Roadcoaster).
4 – Editing
Dan edits the episodes himself in Garageband rather than having that done off-site by an external editor.
5 – Pipeline
The pipeline is very short. Recording is done during the week and then published on Friday morning. So if Dan and Tim record an episode on Friday morning, it will be out in 10 minutes from the moment of stopping.
6 – Location
The spilt between Zoom and face-to-face is 50/50, even pre COVID. Dan and Tim have a very cool looking ‘studio’ that looks extremely professional on Zoom.
7 – Viewer Statistics
Dan checks the statistics for the previous week when he releases a new episode, which is a healthy approach.
So these are just some of the points we discuss in this episode. Please listen in for more.
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Last Updated on 15 March 2021