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Podcasting is the so-called syndicated publishing or distribution of audio or video programmes on to the Internet. Podcasts are easy to create as all you require is a name, microphone/headphones, a topic, and a laptop or a phone you could utilize to edit your podcast then record. Podcasts are in MP3, MPEG or a similar file format. Podcast producers make their programmes available with RSS feeds, a tool that allows listeners to select programmes they wish to download or to set the software to automatically download innovative programmes as they become available.
Podcasting for listeners[edit | edit source]
Listening to podcasts is easy and enjoyable. You can listen to any topic, at any time of the morning, day, or night, 24/7. But to listen to a podcast, you need to be able to find them. Locating podcasts by relevant topics is done through Podcast Directories.
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- The Guide to Free Podcasting How to podcast using free tools explained.
- Guide to Podcasting for windows Users Using Free/Libre and open source software.
- Apple's "tech specs" for podcasting with iTunes
- Directory of Podcasts
- Apple's Fall 2005 Podcast Creation Guide
- Podcasting at Wikiversity
- PoducateMe Podcasting Guide