Sample rates in audio are similar to pixels in a photograph. They determine the quality of the audio, and the size of the file.
Podcasting can feel like a different language at times, especially if you’re new to the medium.
Does constantly having to find guests for your podcast give you a bit of a headache?
Find what podcast music you’re allowed to use, and where to find the best tracks, both free and paid.
In terms of sheer numbers, business podcasts are extreme. Podcasting is already considered a saturated market, and business is probably one of the most saturated genres to date. This doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t start one, though! When planning your podcast, you just need to look at what you’ve got, and then ask yourself, “Why would
I was asked recently about the preparation that goes into starting a podcast; Thanks for the excellent material you have sent me and for all the resources on the site. A quick question: I have had a few ideas for podcasts in the past but never really started anything. I’m hoping to start a podcast
Today’s Podcasting Q&A comes from the US, and concerns a new podcasting package on the market. I’m emailing from Upstate New York and I wanted to thank you for providing all of this information; your ebook and website helped to answer many questions my partner and I had. I stumbled upon your website while looking
I received a pretty common question today, but delivered in a really interesting way. Let’s have a look: I’ve committed myself to daily podcasts for a year and a day… offering meditations. I keep the window open and like to have the sound of the birds in.I don’t have time to mix or anything, neither
Another Podcasting Q&A for you today, this time prompted by a customer of The Podcast Host’s podcast production services. We’re currently working through launch and his question revolved around how to integrate podcasting within his existing website. It’s something that comes up often as people look to bring podcasting into their wider content marketing mix.
I recently received a question from a reader regarding Transcription, something which is often touted as an essential practice for podcasters. While I wouldn’t say it’s essential, there are definitely a lot of benefits to the practice, not least of which is allowing your listeners to consume your content in as many ways as they