How did PodChatLive go after it launched?

PodChatLive is the regular livestream for the continuing expert growth and development of Podiatrists along with other health care professionals that may be keen on the subjects discussed. The stream is broadcast live on Facebook and then is later added to YouTube right after being edited. Each live episode includes a different guest or collection of guests to talk about a unique topic every time. A variety of subjects get litigated. Issues are answered live by the hosts and their guests whilst in the live episode on Facebook. There’s a PodCast recording of each stream offered on iTunes and Spotify and the other usual podcast sources which get submitted after editing. They’ve created a sizeable following that keeps growing. PodChatLive is recognized as one of many methods by which podiatrists could easily get free continuing education hours or credits that are needed in many places to keep their professional registration.

Following the first improvised and unplanned episode from the kitchen after the hosts had dinner, the chat was streamed by the hosts to determine if it may possibly work. Using the Zoom web conference platform, Craig Payne was in Melbourne and Ian Griffiths was in England. Craig and Ian needed to see if it could work. In this second stream, they talked about the concept of supination resistance, mentioned 2D Vs 3D gait analysis and were asked who our must follow people were on social media. It worked. Since then PodChatLive has grown to over 65 episodes with many well known experts from across the spectrum of topics. The following has grown substantially since that initial episode. Apparently, they have a big backlog of prominent and well known guests will to come on to discuss a wide range of topics. It is a testimonial to the hosts that they can attract such a group of prominent people to freely give there time for this.