With social platforms prioritising video, the best way to share audio to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram usually involves adding elements such as animated text and graphics and post it as a video.
In this post on the Online Journalism Blog, Paul Bradshaw, who runs the MA in Multiplatform and Mobile Journalism at Birmingham City University, highlights 6 ways to make social video from audio.
His list includes Anchor's recent update that allows users to share videos of audio transcriptions, as well as other apps such as Talkee, Biteable and WNYC's Audiogram tool.
Use this step-by-step tutorial on how to install and use Audiogram, and check out these four tips from LBC on making audio more engaging on social media.
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