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So, You Want To Be A Podcaster? Ask Michael Crosa

Michael Crosa
Michael Crosa
Michael Crosa

Michael Crosa is a podcaster here in Chattanooga.

He’s the director of “Jollyville Radio” - and his new podcast is “My Part of Town Chattanooga.”

On Tuesday, February 21st, starting at 6 PM, he’ll teach an Introduction to Podcasting class at The Chattery at 1800 Rossville Avenue.

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