Whilst cycling from the UK to India, around Nepal, and Mongolia & living in the Republic of Georgia I recorded sound: some music, narrative, interviews, background noise etc. I am in the process of working through the audio and compiling it into consumable products / podcasts for the public. This is happening post-humously as unfortunately I didn't have a great plan for the audio before the trip. My question is what kind of products can I create from what I have recorded? I am planning to break them down into stories, interviews, and narrative, and the end products will likely be some photos slideshows with narrative background sounds, a compilation of Georgian singing, a series of interviews about climate change and a series of interviews about other social organisations where I conducted interviews. I know this isn't a specific question, but any advice would be appreciated. If anyone is interested in giving advice then it would be great to have a conversation via Skype or email.
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Merge the pictures (or any apt images) with the audio and make a small representative video of the whole (or sections of the) trip - put it on youtube to advertise there are more detailed videos that are for sale and, most importantly have patience waiting for the dollars to come in.
If you really have some stuff that is marketable then you've got to find a way of protecting your product from being copied and distributed.