Podcasting Podcasts October 27, 2006Posted by Jeff in Podcast Academy, Podcast and New Media Expo, Podcast Instruction, Podcast Marketing, Podcast Questions, Podcasting, Podcasting Podcasts.
Today I’m basically going to run through my iTunes list of podcasts about podcasting and document them here. I’m always on the lookout for more podcasts for podcasters (and podcasts about podcasters), and I check in with my pod directories about once every two weeks to see if podded (popped?) up. I hope you find these as useful as I do. As always, I’m looking for more and will update this as needed… email me your suggestions.
First, the tutorials and how-to podcasts. Podfading has taken it’s toll on a number of these, and some are dated… but I still save them and use them as resources for people who ask.
- http://www.seeitdoit.tv/podcasting/free.asp – See It Do It TV – there were three video blogging / podcasting tutorials released on 3/14/06.
- http://homepage.mac.com/ilife06/learn/learn-to-podcast.xml – paste this url into your favorite podcatcher and you’ll get 8 videos from Apple about iLife ’06 released on 1/11/06.
- http://www.frenchmaidtv.com – I know it’s sad for me to list it, but I’m going through my iTunes list, and I am subscribed. You can’t tell me you don’t learn something by watching :).
- http://www.dummies.com/WileyCDA/DummiesTitle/productCd-0471748986,page-1.html – I’m a big fan of the dummies book, and there’s a link on this page to subscribe to the podcast (a companion to the book)… works for me!
- http://amoore3.podOmatic.com/rss2.xml – another paste into your podcatcher link. It was done a while ago, but there’s a good Audacity tutorial in this feed.
Second, podcasts about podcasts. These just keep me informed about who’s doing what in the podcasting world.
- http://www.podcast411.com – this podcast interviews other podcasters… a must listen to… though it gets a bit long at times.
- http://www.podcastsalad.com – all about video podcasts. Subscribe today; it’s still not too late to watch every episode.
Third are the tips, tricks, and other podcasting podcasts.
- http://feeds.feedburner.com/PublishAPodcast/ – this is based on a seminar addressing questions about podcasting and the how-to’s of starting your own podcast.
- http://www.podcastingunderground.com – Jason Van Orden’s news and tips on podcasting. Listening to this podcast could distinguish whether you’re podcast is a marketing success or failure.
- http://www.schoolofpodcasting.com – Some people I’m met love it, and some people don’t. I’m a subscriber! I don’t have time to listen as they come out, but I do queue them up for a while and then listen to a bunch of them during a car or plane ride.
- http://www.podcastpickle.com/casts/4/ – Today in Podcasting – I haven’t quite figured this one out yet :).
- http://www.profitablepodcasting.com – Paul Colligan’s podcast concerning issues about the profitability and monetization of podcasting where he interviews people doing it and runs some numbers. I’d put this on your must listen -to list, unfortunately it doesn’t come out often enough.
Fourth, and last, the must see / must listen-to podcasts that keep me going. Even if you listen for a few weeks and don’t hear anything you like… there will be that day when someone covers something that you just couldn’t have done without.
- http://pa.gigavox.com/series/podcastacademy.html – I heard these in person, took notes as best I could, but I’ve listened to them all a once or twice since and have found new things to focus on.
- http://www.thepodcastbrothers.com – don’t miss the podcast, and sign up for the Podcast and New Media Expo next year. The forums are already up!
- http://geekbrief.podshow.com – this doesn’t specifically address podcasting, but there are some great behind the scenes episodes that let you into their lighting, camera, computer, and studio layout. I’m hooked! There’s also link on the website to their setup (http://geekbriefwp.podshow.com/?page_id=34), and if you’re not a fan… just subscribe and then look at the titles and show notes. Neal and Luria (Cali Lewis’ real name is Luria Petrucci) are great about naming and documenting the shows so you can find what you’re looking for!