Podcast Solutions: The Complete Guide to Audio and Video Podcasting

Apress, 15.03.2008 - 280 Seiten
Welcome to Podcast Solutions: The Complete Guide to Podcasting, Second Edition. We had a simple goal in mind while we wrote this book: to give you a straightforward overview of p- casting and share the information necessary to get you up and running with a quality podcast. Within the pages of this book, you’ll find everything you need to know to get started in p- casting. We’ll cover the history of podcasting, how to download podcasts, and, most important, how to produce and distribute your own podcast. We’re not geeks, and this isn’t a geek book. There’s no way to detail step-by-step instructions for every piece of software that conceivably exists for podcasting, and we’re not going to try to impress you with an exhaustive (and therefore exhausting) list of every website that has a- thing to do with podcasting (that’s what Google is for). Things are moving so quickly in p- casting that it seems every day brings a new product or service announcement. If we covered them all, you’d never make it to the end of the book, and you’d never begin doing the one thing we really want to help you do: start making your own podcasts. Instead, we’ve used our c- bined experience to carefully select and detail the software, hardware, and services we feel stand out and deserve mention for helping people get started in podcasting. While we’re at it, we don’t think you’re a “dummy. ” Podcasting isn’t for dummies.

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Autoren-Profil (2008)

Michael W. Geoghegan is a well-known figure among podcasters and has been involved in podcasting since it earliest days. Because he started early, he has developed personal friendships with most of the key figures in podcasting. Michael has spoken and lead sessions at the Podcast and Portable Media Expo. He was also the first person to lead introductory podcasting classes entitled "Podcasting 101". Michael is frequently sought for comment on podcasting by media sources such as CNN, Wired magazine, The New York Times and USA Today, among many others. Michael produces his own show, Reel Reviews: Film Worth Watching, which has consistently scored in the top 10 among podcast listeners. He recently syndicated Reel Reviews content to DVDtalk.com, the Internet's largest DVD movie review and discussion site. Reel Reviews also currently has paid sponsors. Michael's sponsorship deals represent some of the first for mainstream companies outside the podcasting industry. In addition to Reel Reviews, Michael is executive producer of Grape Radio, a show about wine that in less than 8 weeks' time places in the top 10 out of over 4,000 available podcast shows. Grape Radio has experienced phenomenal growth and features interviews with leading experts in the wine industry. Michael continues to develop and produce shows aimed at the lifestyle and technology markets. He also offers his services as a consultant to businesses developing podcasting and portable media strategies. Michael is widely regarded as a leader in producing quality podcast audio. Many of his online articles on how to podcast remain some of the most popular and widely linked to. Michael lives in Newport Beach, California with his wife and two young sons.

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