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  • 1. An Introduction to Podcasting Enter
  • 2. Overview Digital Audio still plays a major role in promotion today through radio and a new online development- pod casting. Online audio exposure is a great way to inform, promote and sell with minimal costs. Radio is also an effective way to promote through sound; however it is much more expensive and doesn’t allow for the option of video accompaniment for maximum impact.
  • 3. What is a Podcast?
    • digital media file that is distributed over the Internet using syndication feeds for playback on portable media players and personal computers.
  • 4. What is a Podcast?
    • digital media file that is distributed over the Internet using syndication feeds for playback on portable media players and personal computers.
    • People can "subscribe", and when new "episodes" become available in the podcast they will be automatically downloaded to that user's computer.
  • 5. What is a Podcast?
    • digital media file that is distributed over the Internet using syndication feeds for playback on portable media players and personal computers.
    • People can "subscribe", and when new "episodes" become available in the podcast they will be automatically downloaded to that user's computer.
    • Digital audio, when presented well, can be effective on its own but has most impact when accompanied by visuals. For this reason, podcasts often come with videos to compliment.
  • 6. Software - With the popularity of podcasting, there are a number of software clients available, as well as hardware devices to deliver the casts to viewers/listeners. Some of the well known software for creating podcasts include @Podder, Audioshell and BitsCast.
  • 7. Hardware -Flash drives :Hold digital audio files on internal or external media, such as memory cards
  • 8. Hardware -Flash drives :Hold digital audio files on internal or external media, such as memory cards -Hard Drive-based Players or Digital Jukeboxes- These devices read digital audio files from a hard drive.
  • 9. Hardware -Flash drives :Hold digital audio files on internal or external media, such as memory cards -Hard Drive-based Players or Digital Jukeboxes- These devices read digital audio files from a hard drive. -MP3 CD Players – This hardware can play audio files from a CD-ROM in addition to audio CDs.
  • 10. Creating a Podcast
  • 11. Creating a Podcast 1. Generate an audio file
  • 12. Creating a Podcast 1. Generate an audio file
  • 13. Creating a Podcast 3. upload onto a webserver 1. Generate an audio file 2. Save as mp3
  • 14. Creating a Podcast 3. upload onto a webserver 1. Generate an audio file 2. Save as mp3 4. mp3 will be coverted to an RSS feed.
  • 15. Creating a Podcast 3. upload onto a webserver 1. Generate an audio file 2. Save as mp3 4. mp3 will be coverted to an RSS feed 5. Use ‘aggregator’ to subscribe and manage feeds
  • 16. Thankyou for your time