So – you’ve built yourself into quite the Podcast Editor and – business is GOOD – perhaps TOO good. Busting at the seams to get all the podcast editing done? Ready to get some relief so you can take that vacation or bathe in the fact that you have a family that needs you in it? It’s time for The Editor Corps “White Labeling” service.
How it Works
For a fee, depending on length, detail of service, and how detailed the clean-up is, The Editor Corps can do everything from just the RAW cutting and editing of podcast audio, to complete multi-track, sound-effect’d, trick’d out podcast editing – and you get the credit.
The Bottom Line
That’s right. We do the work, you pay us. You get the credit and charge whatever you want to the client you’ve secured. No muss, no fuss, all $$ and less stress.
Ready to engage in The Editor Corps’ White Label service? Fill out the form below and begin experiencing what life was like before the podcast editing time-eating Monster came into your life!
Check out what others are saying…
Marla Esser Cloos, The Green Home Coach – Founder and co-host of The Green Gab Podcast
" The Editor Corps puts the polish and panache on our podcast recordings for the Green Gab Podcast. No matter where we've recorded – in the Studio or live at the St. Louis Home and Garden Show with The Podcast Bug – the Editor Corps gives us a finished audio with great quality. Thank you, Editor Corps! "
Chief Chris Digiuseppi, WhatCopsWatch.Com
" I have loved being a police officer for more than 25 years, but let’s face it - I say a lot of the same things, the same ways. My “and so forths” are legend - until The Editor Corps steps in. I love the polish they’re able to put onto each of our WhatCopsWatch.Com episodes and they help us to educate the public about what they see on television and in feature films. When it’s got to be done right, and make impact, the only service you should consider for indictment in this case, is The Editor Corps Podcast service. They help me, my co-hosts, and professional guest hosts sound great as we help to showcase the human face of Law Enforcement. "
Shelly Schneider, Life on the Half Shelly
" I’ve been writing for a long time, in a variety of publications, but when I came to the podcast industry - well - speaking is a completely different skill set. I love talking about my family. I love talking about the things I see around me. I can’t wait to help teach more about how my family helps me be a better person - but I’m only able to have it showcased so wonderfully, because of The Editor Corps. It’s great to know that they have my back, to make the best of my audio hodge-podcast, and push it out to audiences far and wide. Great work, guys! "
Ritchie, Boston, MA
" When I started editing podcasts I thought wow - how did I find this as a side hustle? Now that I'm connected to more than 20 different programs, the bottom line is - I don't have enough physical waking hours to accomplish all the work that needs to be done. Enter, The Editor Corps. Whether I need just a RAW reel polished up, or need help compiling a multi-track'd, story-laden connected series done - I can always know that I can knock on the door, to The Editor Corps. Thanks to the Editor Corps Crew that keep my business floating. "
Jeremy Johnson, 2GuysTalkingMMA, StrikeforceFC
" Combat fighting, training and commentary on it all has been one of my favored efforts for the last 20 years. I must have polished, to-the-point detail when it comes to podcast programming. With The Editor Corps, I get it - every time. Each of my review of The ultimate Fighter on Fox Sports 1 have offered an excellent sample of my skills when it comes to combat sports knowledge, talents and more. While I call fights and weigh-ins regularly, my podcasts are true samples of what people can expect when they choose to secure me as commentator talent. Those samples would be a very different experience without the skills and know-how of The Editor Corps. My thanks for their professionalism and talent. "
Lizzy – Seattle,WA
" I have loved being connected to the world of radio, but - it is a dying world. The next generation of entertainment will be found in podcasting. I've been lucky enough to collect a group of people who have jumped aboard the Podcast train, and while I can foster the business of their networking - I know NOTHING about podcasting editing. For that, I leave it to the professionals at The Editor Corps to provide me the best in podcast editing, for a price that doesn't kill the deal. If you're looking for polish, professionalism, and impact do what I did - "Soar with The Editor Corps" "
Kip Lewis – The Perspective Review Series
" Having knowledge is one thing. Over the years I've accumulated quite a bit of knowledge on comic books and science fiction and fantasy in general, but presenting it in a podcast requires a different skill set. Sometimes you won't recall the facts quite clearly, you can start to ramble off-topic and sometimes you just forget how to speak English correctly. I know, I've probably been guilty of all of them and more, but thanks to the editors my mistakes haven't followed me! Now if I can just convince them to make me sound like Kevin Grevioux. - Having knowledge is one thing. Over the years I've accumulated quite a bit of knowledge on comic books and science fiction and fantasy in general, but presenting it in a podcast requires a different skill set. Sometimes you won't recall the facts quite clearly, you can start to ramble off-topic and sometimes you just forget how to speak English correctly. I know, I've probably been guilty of all of them and more, but thanks to the editors my mistakes haven't followed me! Now if I can just convince them to make me sound like Kevin Grevioux. "
Fast Freddie, The Castle of Common Sense Podcast
" What can I say? When it comes to Common Sense, I have plenty, but it’s never as clear, straight-forward and “perfect” as when you hear it in my podcast. I would be adrift in the moat of my Castle of Common Sense Podcast were it not for The Editor Corps. I may be old. I may be considered wise, but the fact is that I would not be the same witty, grandfatherly, judgemental 70-something year-old were it not for The Editor Corps. Well, yes I would, I just wouldn't sound as good. Great work, you guys and gals. "
Wade B. Olson, The WadeSense Podcast
" I've only just begin my podcasting career. I am a very to-the-point person that sees things the way I see it, however - like anyone else - my mouth doesn't always immediately know what my brain wants to share. That's where The Editor Corps helps me elevate my podcast game. My Ums, Errs, y'knows and more all get caught and tossed right out the window. That elevates my overall game that helps me secure sponsors, speaking engagements and more. Think you're super awesome speaking? Think you don't make mistakes? Be sure to ask The Editor Corps about making an initial "UmErUnYknow" Reel. I thought they were kidding and the only thing that was a joke - was me not taking it seriously. Thanks, Editor Corps. "