Buzzsprout » Create and publish your own podcast. Podcast hosting, promotion and tracking Can't Afford Podcast Hosting? Try These Free Alternatives If your podcast is outgrowing the space you have on your blog, the time has probably come to find a new home for it. But if you’re already paying for hosting, this might be beyond your budget unless you can find somewhere to host your musings and discussions for free… Yes, Free Podcast Hosting Exists! Has your podcast taken on a life of its own? Does your website or blog seem to revolve around organising recordings and uploading new editions, rather than focusing on its original core aim? In such a situation, it’s a good idea to give your podcast room to breathe, and the best way you can do this is to give it some space. But hold on, aren’t you already paying for hosting for your existing blog? Well, no we’re not. Audioboo First up is Audioboo, the popular audio upload and instant sharing service. With a free Audioboo account, you can upload audio of up to 3 minutes, with no limit to the number of posts. SoundCloud Turn Your Podcast Into An Audio-Visual Presentation For YouTube
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Podcasting Legal Guide Colette Vogele, Esq. Vogele & Stanford Center for Internet And Mia Garlick Creative Stanford Center for Internet And The Berkman Center Clinical Program in Acknowledgements Foreword, By Lawrence Lessig Welcome to the Podcasting Legal Guide. Purpose The purpose of this Guide is to provide you with a general roadmap of some of the legal issues specific to podcasting. US-Law Only This Guide covers only US-based legal questions. This Guide Does Not Provide Legal Advice This Guide provides general information about legal topics but it is not a complete discussion of all legal issues that arise in relation to podcasting nor is it a substitute for legal advice. Please also note that this Guide attempts to provide an overview of how the law is likely to treat many of the issues that arise in relation to podcasting.
3 Steps to Create Podcasts With Google Hangouts On Air Are you thinking of starting a podcast? Have you considered using Google Hangouts On Air? Your podcasts don’t have to stop with basic audio files. Google Hangouts On Air offer ways to create audio, video and better SEO. In this article you’ll discover how to create more dynamic podcasts using the built-in features of Google Hangouts On Air. Why Podcasts With Google Hangouts On Air? Traditionally, interview-based podcasts are done via Skype using either eCamm’s Skype Call Recorder on a Mac or Pamela for Skype on a PC. Aviary Photo Editor provides a number of useful tools to edit your photos. Google Hangouts On Air are a progressive form of content marketing. The feature that separates Hangouts On Air from a pre-recorded Skype call is the live audience (but the video option and enhanced SEO opportunities don’t hurt either). Conducting a live online interview brings a new element to your podcasts—you have people watching, commenting and asking questions in real time. Where to Go From Here
HOWTO: Create a podcast Background A couple of months ago, Dai Barnes and I decided to start podcasting again. We’d previously been regular hosts of EdTechRoundUp and wanted to get back into the routine. Quick note: technology A podcast is an audio file plus an RSS feed. Recording the audio Perhaps the easiest way to record a conversation is to use Skype and a plugin that records both sides of the audio. Quick note: naming You should double-check that there’s no-one else using the name you came up with. Publishing your audio In the first instance we decided to try Tumblr to make the podcast available to listeners. Thankfully, the wonderful SoundCloud has a beta program called SoundCloud for Podcasters which we were quickly accepted into. We’ve retained the Tumblr blog as SoundCloud doesn’t seem to allow hyperlinks in the show description. Quick note: costs It’s pretty inevitable you’re going to spend some money creating your podcast. Sorting out your RSS feed Submitting your podcast to directories Conclusion