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With a little bit of effort and a microphone, you can use podcasting to talk with millions of people. They key is creating something that is worth listening to.

The term "podcasting" surfaced in 2004 when early-adopters combined the words "iPod" and "broadcasting." Podcast listeners typically download audio files in MP3 format onto a computer and transfer th......

Full article >>> atures are built into Apple's I-tunes software, independent podcasts now appear in the Apple Music store next to podcasts from Major ESPN, Disney, Fox and others.

If you're interested in podcasting your own content, There are several websites that can teach you the basic mechanics of recording and distributing a podcast. However, be aware that a good podcast is harder to maintain than a ......

Full article >>> subscribed to will be the same from show to show. And, that shows will be added at regular intervals.

Wisconsin podcaster Chuck Tomasi recommends that podcasters record five to six shows and listen to them first before going public. It usually takes that long, he said, for prodcasters to establish a broadcast format, personality and rhythm.

Tomasi encourages businesses to ex......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Troy Janisch 09/02/05


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