On today's episode, creating your own podcast, and the Subscribe and Win! Contest.
Episode #1-14 released on December 19, 2010
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Making a podcast is easier than most people believe, the problem is finding good interesting subject matter that people want to see, and continue seeing on a regular basis. This is the time to think about the future, what you do now will be the ground works of a possibly popular podcast. Make sure you pick a unique name and prepare yourself for some work. Below are a list of software and hardware you may need. You will also have to use itunes to submit your podcast to an incredibly large audience. You will also need hosting, a programmer to make the XML/RSS file, if your not totally sure of yourself, but most of all, have fun.
Make sure you view the source of my podcasts for a real world example of a live podcast. You will be able to submit your podcast to iTunes, feedburner, etc... once you've created a working rss with your first episode. If you have any questions about software, most software choices I outlined below come with help manuals, for extra help vist their web-sites or contact me.
Host : Steve Smith | Music : Steve Smith | Editor : Steve Smith | Producer : Zed Axis Productions
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