Tag: Podcasting

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Anyone Can Make A Live Internet "TV" Call-in Show

Last month I had the opportunity to join airline pilot / podcaster Joe d’Eon on his new live video show on uStream.tv – Fly with Me Live. It used to be that production of a live broadcast video show would require at least a cable access studio with thousands of dollars of hardware. And even …

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Thoughts on the New Media Expo

Like so many others I have been meaning to write up my thoughts on last week’s New Media Expo. One thing that is interesting as i read about the conference on other people’s blogs is that there are three different conferences that are being described. The first conference that I have read about is the …

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Listeners Remember Podcasts

This is not exactly new news but I stumbled across this report today. Earlier this year eMarketer had some positive news for podcasters as well as some advice for people who are spending their marketing budget. Podcasting downloading is growing People who listen to podcasts remember them and are influenced by them People who hear …

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Video – The Making of the Amateur Traveler Podcast

As I was recording and editing the Amateur Traveler podcast this week I took the opportunity to document the process using the new ScreenFlow application on the Mac. I skipped a bit as I spend 6-8 hours creating the show and the total video here is 15 minutes long but it should be long enough …

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Podcasting – It’s Not an Industry… Not Yet At Least

Michael Geoghegan (who hosts the Official Disney podcast among other things) is stirring up the podcasting community again (like the good friend who comes over to your house for an intervention) with an article titled “Podcasting – It’s a Community Not an Industry“. I agree that “this is the year that podcast advertising takes off” …

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World's Worst Podcast… A How To Guide

It occurs to me upon listening to a number of podcasts (I subscribe to around 100 podcasts) that many podcasters dabble with failure but never really fully embrace it. It seems like even the worst podcast has something that someone somewhere would value. But what, I wondered, if we combined the worst part of the …

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Notes from the 2007 PNME (Podcast and New Media Expo)

I got back last Sunday from the PNME conference in Ontario, Californa. This is the biggest conference of the year for podcasters and it is a wonderful combination of smoozing, presentations, hobnobbing, and networking with other people who are also obsessed with podcasting. Tim and Emile Bourquin (The Podcast Brothers) did another wonderful job on …

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A Case for Podcast Editing – Saving 100 Days Of Listener Time

I was looking at stats for one of my recent episodes of the Amateur Traveler podcast. I think it a good episode and it has had between 29,000 and 30,000 downloads so far. It occurred to me that I had spent a few hours editing the audio for that show. The guest had very interesting …

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Podcasting On A Mac, What is Needed

Dear Apple, I don’t know if you have plans to upgrade GarageBand as a podcasting tool or for making a special podcasting tool but I just did a special version of my podcast on how I make my podcast using GarageBand, iTunes, Audacity, etc which might be of use if someone is thinking about what …