Podcasting is without doubt my passion and as such I’ve written quite a few articles on the subject over the past few years. Rather than having to trawl through this blog to dig out any podcasting articles of interest, I’ve tried to gather together all of the pertinent articles on this one page for your convenience.
While this is not a comprehensive list by any stretch of the imagination, I do hope to add to it over time.
Once you understand them, podcasts are quite simple things, but like anything, when you encounter them for the first time they can seem a little daunting. The following articles may help to explain what podcasts are and some of the technologies behind them:
- What is a Podcast?
- What is RSS?
- What are Bit Rates?
- Constant and Variable Bit Rates
- What is Joint Stereo?
- What are ID3 Tags in MP3 Files?
Plan your Podcast
Before you dive in the deep end and record your first episode there are a few things that are worth considering that could save your time later:
- How Long Should a Podcast be?
- Choosing Bit Rates for Podcasts
- Which is the Best MP3 Encoder for Podcasts?
- What ID3 Tags Should you use in a Podcast?
Producing your Podcast
Once you have a good understanding of the technologies that underlie podcasting it’s time to record and produce your podcast.
Recording your Podcast
Post Production / Editing
Promoting your Podcast
Once you’ve recorded and edited your podcast, it’s time to release it into the wild and let people know it exists. The following posts may help you with this both on and off your own website:
As well as the collection of podcasting related articles that I’ve written myself over the years, here’s a few links to some external resources on podcasting that you might also find useful: