Your friendly neighborhood podcast consultant



For most folks, the biggest hurdle to creating a podcast is knowing where to start. What equipment do I need? How do I record the audio? How do I edit it? How do I share it? There are a million questions that need answering, and doing the research needed to start a high-quality podcast can be very time consuming. I offer a one-on-one consult to help you answer those questions quickly, so you can start podcasting right away, and spend your time focusing on the content.

In just a few hours, we’ll cover:

  • Finding the right equipment

  • Recording your podcast

  • Basic audio editing

  • Podcast distribution

  • Podcast stats & marketing tips

  • & Any other questions you have



You know you want to make a podcast because you have a great idea for a show that will grow your brand, engage your audience, and position you as an expert in your field. But the production of the podcast takes too much time that you don’t have. I can help. I’m available for hire at an hourly rate to help you produce your podcast.


I will take care of setting up the equipment, recording the episode, and monitoring volumes to ensure you end up with a professional-sounding podcast episode. All you need to worry about is the content.

Looking for a space to record? Record with me at Fool Proof Podcast Studio.

(Twin Cities area only)


Hand me your raw audio file and I’ll will turn it into a finalized episode. I can add in music, cut out awkward silences, and adjust any parts that are too loud or too soft, so you end up with a polished episode ready to share with the world.

publishing & distribution

Your podcast is ready to go. Now what? I can help you set up your podcast distribution, or even take the task of publishing off your hands entirely.



Whether you are a seasoned podcaster or a podcasting rookie, I am here to help you improve your podcast. I offer one-on-one consultations to work with you to make your podcast the best that it can be.

Consultation topics:

  • Improving your audio quality

  • Growing your audience

  • Podcast marketing

  • Becoming a better interviewer

  • Improv for podcasting & becoming more comfortable on mic

  • Recording in the field

  • Recording remotely

  • Podcast advertising & sponsorships

  • & anything else podcasting related


If you are interested in any of these services, please send me an email to request a quote. I’m looking forward to finding out more about your podcast!


Our consultations with BKG Podcasting were essential for helping us get Peace Meal off the ground. As a business, we understood the value of breaking into the podcast market, but we didn’t have the experience necessary to get started. BKG Podcasting bridged that gap. Beth provided a hands-on demonstration (with a lot of useful tips along the way!), made recommendations for equipment to suit our needs, answered all of our technical questions, and even offered some thoughtful advice on podcast marketing. As a result, we gained the skills and confidence necessary to successfully produce a regular podcast.
— Nancy Linden, Marketing Manager at The Emily Program and co-producer of "Peace Meal"

Meet BKG!

Photo Credit:  Jen van Kaam

Photo Credit: Jen van Kaam

Beth K. Gibbs is Senior Editor of PodMN. As a Minneapolis-based podcast consultant and producer she helped people create engaging audio content to connect with their community and share their voice. Beth has been producing podcasts since 2012 starting with the Stitcher Award-winning Go Fork Yourself podcast. She currently produces and co-hosts the podcasts Totes Recall and This is Fool Proof, and has consulted with numerous other podcasts.

Beth combines her unique background in broadcast journalism and improvisational theater to create content that is both educational and entertaining. Beth graduated from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities with a degree in broadcast journalism and produced content for Radio K while she was a student. She has trained in improv at HUGE Theater and Brave New Workshop, and performs with her comedy trio,



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Credit: Erik Westra