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Podcasting in 120 Minutes

Podcasting in 120 Minutes






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    • Podcasting in 120 Minutes SMU Micro-Workshop Manny Sarmiento www.NMx2.com
    • What is a Podcast?
      • Podcasting is an audio file that you can listen to on your computer or on a portable device.
      • Podcasts can be downloaded from iTunes™ or other services
      • Podcast subscriptions are automatically downloaded to your iPod, iPhone or iPad
      • Podcasts are a great viral marketing / Social Media Marketing tool
      • 120,000,000 Million iTunes™ Users
      • 260,000,000 iPods Sold as of April 2010
      • 21,000,000 iPhones Sold to 2009
    • Podcasting Tools?
      • Audacity.Soundforge.net
      • A Microphone
        • USB or PC
        • Condenser Microphone
        • Microphone Stand
      • Headphones
      • Mixing Board
      • Audiocard with RCA Jacks
      • Audio Loops or Royalty Free Music
      • Professional Audio Editors
    • Podcast Hosting
      • http://www.solidcasts.com
    • Uploading to iTunes
      • Step 1: Record your first episode in one of these formats that iTunes supports: .m4a, .mp3, .mov, .mp4, .m4v, and .pdf.
      • Step 2: Make sure your files are on a server with a publicly accessible URL, that you've created your RSS feeds properly, and put the URL of your RSS feed onto your server.
      • Step 3: Open up iTunes and the iTunes Store. Click on “Podcasts.”
      • Step 4: In the middle of the screen, find "Submit a Podcast."
      • Step 5: This will take you to a screen where it will request the URL for the podcast RSS feed that you would like to add into the iTunes Store.
      • Step 6: On the summary page, depending on whether you have added tags already, a second screen might come up, asking you for more information, such as language, category, and whether the podcast requires explicit tags.
      • Step 7: The final steps involves getting the iTunes staff approval. Soon, you should be able to find it via Search or Browse, and later, you can add more episodes if desired.
    • What is a Podcast?
      • To be featured by iTunes, podcasts must have:
      • An attractive, original image that does not include the iPod or other Apple-branded content. For image specs, see the iTunes Image section below.
      • A robust and accurate description.
      • Proper language, category, and explicit tagging.
      • http://www.apple.com/itunes/podcasts/specs.html#submitting
    • What is a Podcast?
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    • Social Media University www.NMx2.com Brought to You By: New Media, New Marketing, Inc., Millennia Atlantic University and the Doral Chamber of Commerce Thank You! God Bless You! Manny Sarmiento