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Understanding the Podcasting Revolution

Ever heard of Dawn and Drew? The Godcast network? The Rock and Roll Geek Show? These names are synonymous with the “podcasting

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it would be great if the ipodlounge reviewed some podcasting software.  i would like to know more about each of the programs and their advantages.

Posted by StinkieDMB in Pittsburgh, PA on February 17, 2005 at 7:18 PM (CST)

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What does it mean to upload a podcast to the internet?  Who hosts these podcasts?  I am sorry if this is too rudimentary of a question…but this is the part that I am not getting.  Thanks.

Posted by ask4isk in SoCal on February 17, 2005 at 10:24 PM (CST)

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Ask4isk;
Basically, since a podcast is not a streaming broadcast, it needs to be in mp3 form readily available for download…

So, we record our show, mix it down, etc, then move that mp3 file to a server, webhost, etc. Once this happens, the software such as ipodder goes out and brings that show right to your desktop….

If you have any more questions, hit me up…

Posted by Insomnia Radio in Central Coast of CA on February 17, 2005 at 11:28 PM (CST)

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THANK YOU for doing your homework. How refreshing to see an article about podcasting that covers the gamut in non technical language. Well written, well researched, and speaking for the podcasting community, we are thrilled to be written about on ipodlounge…

On a personal note, thanks so much for including my show alongside Rock and Roll Geek, Dawn And Drew, and Adam Curry….what an honor….

Jason/Insomnia Radio

Posted by Insomnia Radio in Central Coast of CA on February 17, 2005 at 11:29 PM (CST)

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Thanks for the kind words of support. We’ll definitely feature more information for our readers about podcasting in future.

Posted by ginalee on February 18, 2005 at 1:19 AM (CST)

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good article alicia - very helpful and well written :) may have to ask some more questions one of these days…!?

Posted by yinyang on February 18, 2005 at 4:39 AM (CST)

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To bad this article wasn’t a podcast itself!

Posted by iPodFed on February 18, 2005 at 10:59 AM (CST)

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Thanks for a great article and the GodCast Network mention. I also have a podcast called “Behind the Scenes” that covers topics of interest for people who want to create their own podcast at http://bts.godcast.org

Craig/The Godcast Network

Posted by Craig P. in San Diego, CA on February 18, 2005 at 1:24 PM (CST)

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I would like to see an all inclusive how-to on Podcasting. I have tried and tried, but am unable to figure out the Podcast client s/w.

Keep up the great work!
JC

Posted by John C in Seattle WA on February 18, 2005 at 2:19 PM (CST)

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Just got a chance to read the article and it was great.  Personally, I learned a lot about podcasting and the available podcast and sites I didn’t know before.  Thanks for the great informative article Alicia.  You did a great job.

Posted by honeybee1236 on February 19, 2005 at 9:38 AM (CST)

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Good article!

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Posted by gw in UK on February 19, 2005 at 11:38 AM (CST)

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Pod2Go was not listed in the mac section as program capable of downloading podcasts.

Posted by StarTrekkie in TN on February 21, 2005 at 10:58 AM (CST)

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HELP!
Thanks for the mention in the article, but you incorrectly linked my show, Insomnia Radio :-(
It points to www.insomniaradio.com, which is a far cry from what I’m doing…

The proper URL is http://hardcoreinsomniaradio.blogspot.com

Can you possibly insert a correction? I fear I have missed out on some traffic…

Thanks so much, greatly appreciated.

Link in article corrected - Admin

Posted by Insomnia Radio in Central Coast of CA on February 21, 2005 at 12:21 PM (CST)

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“it would be great if the ipodlounge reviewed some podcasting software. i would like to know more about each of the programs and their advantages.”


I agree! And since, as this wonderful article (and many others) mention, that Podcasting is an offshoot of blogging and uses some of the same tools, I think it would also be helpful to have a review of some of the better Blog hosting sites out there! I haven’t really been too interested in Blogging (text format), but this whole Podcasting thing has me excited!

- Eric

Posted by EricW in WI on February 22, 2005 at 8:47 PM (CST)

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