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  • 1. Podcasting By: Joanna, Tori, and Cali
  • 2. The History Of Podcasting
    • Adam Curry and Dave Winer created it in 2004.
    • Adam Curry wrote a program that he named iPodder.
    • Internet radio broadcasts could be automatically downloaded to his iPod with this program.
    • Later on, many developers improved this and they invented podcasting.
  • 3. What Is Podcasting?
    • Podcasting lets Internet users go to a podcasting website and take out audio files.
    • It allows people to listen to that music on their computers or on devices such as an iPod.
    • All you need to download music on a podcast is a portable media player.
  • 4. How Do You Download A Podcast?
    • In order to download a podcast, you can just download it on demand.
    • You can also get the podcast automatically downloaded to your computer by subscribing an RSS feed.
  • 5. How Do You Create A Podcast?
    • Here are the steps you need to follow to create your own podcast.
    • 1. Plug a microphone into your computer.
    • 2. Install an audio recorder.
    • 3. Create an audio file by making a recording.
    • 4. Go to a podcasting site and upload the audio file.
  • 6. How Do You Listen To A Podcast?
    • Here are the steps you need to follow in order to listen to a podcast.
    • 1. Go to a podcasting site.
    • 2. You can listen to the podcast that you want to hear right away by clicking o the hyperlink to it.
    • 3. You can also subscribe to one or more RSS feeds.
  • 7. Places Where You Can Download Podcasts.
    • Here are some places where you can download podcasts.
    • iTunes
    • Podcast.net
    • NPR
    • Podcast Alley
    • EPN
    • More…
  • 8. EPN
    • EPN stands for Educational Podcasting Network.
    • This site is a podcasting site where you can download podcasts, but they are educational.
    • There are many topics of educational podcasts that you can choose from on this site.
  • 9. Adam Curry
    • He thought of and created podcasting.
    • Adam Curry is a former MTV video jockey.
  • 10. More Information
    • The name podcasting comes from the words iPod and broadcasting.
    • RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication.
    • Podcasting is free to use sometimes, but other times, it is not for free.
  • 11. Sources
    • How Stuff Works.com
    • Dictionary.com
    • EPN.com
  • 12. Any Questions?
    • If you have any further questions, you can ask us now. =]
  • 13. Thanks For Watching! We Hope You Enjoyed Our Presentation!