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Lisa Steinbacher from Reichersbeuern continues with the podcast “but there”: “The ice was broken quickly”

2024-02-12T14:16:24.712Z

Highlights: Lisa Steinbacher from Reichersbeuern continues with the podcast “but there’: “The ice was broken quickly”. As of: February 12, 2024, 3:02 p.m By: Vincent Fischer CommentsPressSplit Your podcast is well received: Lisa SteinbACHER from Reichsbeuren. In August last year she launched the podcast " Doch da" in cooperation with the tourism organization Tölzer Land Tourismus. This year too, an episode will be released every month.



As of: February 12, 2024, 3:02 p.m

By: Vincent Fischer

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Your podcast is well received: Lisa Steinbacher from Reichersbeuern.

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Lisa Steinbacher is continuing her successful podcast “but there” about the Tölzer Land this year.

This year too, an episode will be released every month.

Reichersbeuern – Lisa Steinbacher herself did not expect her podcast to be such a success story.

“I’m really very happy with how it went,” says the Reichersbeuren resident.

In August last year she launched the podcast “ Doch da” in cooperation with the tourism organization Tölzer Land Tourismus.

The idea: Tell stories and anecdotes together with the interview partners from the district.

The bill paid off completely.

Podcast “but there” about the Tölzer Land will be continued in 2024

This year too, an episode will be released every month, the first one is already available.

There should be a break in the summer, probably in July or August - after all, she needs a vacation too, says Lisa Steinbacher with a laugh.

After the first five episodes were finished last year, Steinbacher and the tourism organization Tölzer Land Tourismus got together.

“We immediately agreed to move on,” says the 27-year-old.

There was no doubt about that on either side.

Lisa Steinbacher is completely happy with the podcast.

“I didn’t expect it to be so much fun”: Lisa Steinbacher is happy about the positive feedback

“I didn’t expect it to be so much fun,” says Lisa Steinbacher.

The number of views and the reactions from listeners were overwhelming.

She is especially happy when the conversations are inspiring.

“I received so many nice messages and was spoken to so often.”

She also got along well with the guests on her podcast.

“I’m really excited because the guests were so cool,” said the 27-year-old.

“The ice was quickly broken and I immediately forgot the microphone for everyone.”

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Above all, Steinbacher wants to remain authentic

She already has a good plan for which guests she wants to interview in 2024, she says.

Steinbacher suggests that it will once again go to many different areas of the Tölzer Land, including the art scene.

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She remains convinced of the decision to speak Bavarian in her podcast.

“The conversation should be like a casual chat.

That’s why the dialect is the right choice for me,” says Lisa Steinbacher.

For her, it's all about authenticity.

“I would have a conversation like that even without a microphone.” The Bavarian language is possibly one of the reasons why the podcast is so successful – and should continue to be so in the future.

(vfi)

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The podcast “but there” can be heard wherever there are podcasts.

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