Jul 27

07- Early podcaster managing “podcatchers” and new genres- Rob Greenlee

 Rob Greenlee — early podcaster and the Zune Marketplace

 Rob Geenlee’s background started very early in radio broadcasting and the earliest times for audio creation, distribution and syndication with the systems that pre-dated podcasting.

After his early years of being involved with a system that turned out to be today’s Stitcher (from a relationship with “Melodeo Mobilcast”), he then joined Microsoft.

Note: As you will hear in this audio episode, It is strange that in 2003, Microsoft had a type of “podcasting” system called “Sync ‘n Go.” This synchronized audio and video shows with the early Pocket PC from Windows XP. However, the system was not pursued by the company.

While at Microsoft, Rob was the voice and the contact in charge of the Zune Marketplace, up until the first quarter of 2014. During the seven years he spent at Microsoft, he attended just about every Podcasting event, Podcamp, New Media Expos, South-by-SouthWest (SXSW), etc.

He was different than Apple during that time, for he actually answered his phone and gave you an email ID. He communicated with you and even included your feed to list your podcast in the Zune Marketplace — whereas Apple (the 800-pound gorilla) gave no one any contact information or communicated in any way with the podcasters once they submitted their podcasts to iTunes.

This year, Rob had joined Podcast One as the CTO (chief technology officer). He continues in that role, as marketer, technical evangelist and supporter of podcasting in this INDUSTRY (he agrees that it is an industry).

Rob Greenlee partners with Todd Cochrane — New Media Show

For the past several years, Rob had teamed up with early podcaster Todd Cochrane of RawVoice and the Blubrry network to be a co-host of the podcast show The New Media Show. It is still going strong, and the guests brought into the discussions in this show are relevant to podcasting, as well as other aspects of New Media.

Not only is The New Media Show a free podcast, but it is streamed live in video on weekends from the infrastructure of Todd Cochrane’s Geek News Central environment.

He and Todd Cochrane will be doing a panel discussion at the upcoming Podcast Movement conference. Their experience and skills in communication have always been shown in the podcasting events, both as speakers and as sponsors of booths in the exhibit halls with their respective companies.

And lastly, he also writes articles for the issues of Podertainment magazine from Gary Leland.

 Perspectives about Podcasting Trends & Directions

Rob sees the future as an approaching environment with three businesses and spaces:

– Podcasting;

– Radio; and

– Broadcasting

These media are bringing more advertisers to Podcasting, while the agreed-upon “renaissance” of podcasting is exploding by both the consumers and creators of content. He agrees that we are on a roller-coaster ride for the present, especially with the advent of Apple’s inclusion of the Podcast app in September 2014 in iOS8.

He also sees mobile consumption of podcasts being supported by automobiles, as well as convenient and automatic recognition of your favorite podcasts by smarter mobile devices and systems — as he stated, “it has to be as easy as FM Radio in your car; it has to be that simple.” He sees more and more content coming into the podosphere with new genres. In fact, he is doing that currently with his podcasting support at Podcast One.

Contact information for Rob Greenlee:

email:  rob@robgreenlee.com

web site:  www.podcastone.com

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Jul 22

06- Early podcaster and author of podcast book- Rob Walch

One of the first entrepreneurs and podcasters, as well as an early adopter for content creation and content production is Rob Walch, the current Vice-President of Podcaster Relations for Libsyn, known as one of the most popular media hosting companies.

But Rob is much more than just a podcaster. He is also a book author, as well as an app developer for the iOS platform, and a representative of Libsyn at Podcasting and New Media events. In fact, in some circles (and in google.com), Rob has been described as one of the five (5) most influential people in podcasting.

In addition to co-hosting the official Libsyn podcast called The Feed, as well as hosting his own www.podcast411.com podcast show, Rob has also co-authored a book for podcasters in 2006-2007, which was called Tricks of the Podcasting Masters.

Rob Walch as an early podcaster — podcast411

Rob was one of the very first podcasters who had the marketing expertise, promotional ability and technical skills to create, promote and support podcasting. He was known as the “man who could dissect an RSS feed,” as he quickly got the reputation of technical wizard for making a podcast show work via the internals of a podcast feed.

Very early on, Rob Walch has his own podcast show called podcast411, which he likes to call “Inside the Podcasters’ studio” (similar to the television show about Actors and Directors). On the web site for this show, Rob also provided 2 elements to support the podcasting Industry and community:

– A Directory of Podcasting Directories; and

– A tutorial that provides the novice with a course that teaches the basic elements of How to Podcast, called The Podcast 101 Tutorial on Audio Podcasting.

In the early days of podcasting, Rob was a co-host on the podcast show called Today in Podcasting (along with Dave Jackson, Gary Leland and Paul Colligan). This was the first show that gave a weekly account of the current events, personalities, events and happenings in the podosphere.

podcasts411 web site

Today, Rob currently supports the Podcast Industry and community on various blogs and social network sites that support podcasters. He also represents podcasters, in general, at the New Media events while working for Libsyn.

Rob Walch — perspectives of the Podcasting Industry

With the upcoming release of iOS V8 for the iOS devices (which includes the iPhone(R), the iPad(R) and iPod Touch(R), Rob is promoting and encouraging current podcasters to take their business to the next level by creating a mobile app for their podcast. The new iOS release will spur a growth in podcasting, since the podcast app will be native to the systems and cannot be deleted, Rob encourages. And thus, millions of new podcast listeners will come into the podosphere.

Of course, Libsyn provides this capability to its customers who qualify. For the details and steps and processes, you can send an email directly to Rob to ask for the document explaining the process at:

Rob@Libysn.com.

As you will hear in this audio episode, Rob mentions that the future of podcasting is going mobile and that an app presence in all the app stores and marketplaces for all Apple and Android, etc.., platforms is critical.

By the way, he predicted this five years ago when he created and promoted his own app called Tii (This Week in iOs, which was previously know since 2007 as This Week in iPhone). Thus, Rob leads the way by example in this regard for the trend in the Podcasting Industry.

Rob has an advantage in seeing the Podcasting Industry in a different light, as he reviews the statistics for the Libsyn-hosted apps and podcasts. He can, therefore, bring analytics to a more relevant and swift conclusion to give us a “heads-up” of the state of podcast consumption.

Rob will also be a speaker at the Podcast Movement conference in Dallas, Texas in 2014. This is not new for him, for he has attended and been a guest speaker at every podcasting event, business show, Podcamp and conference since 2005.

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Contact information for Rob Walch:

– email:  Rob@libsyn.com

– personal web site:  www.podcast411.com

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Jul 17

05- The “Podcast Pickle” publishes since 2004- Gary Leland

Sometimes the Entrepreneur who takes the risk and enters a new area as an early entrant or early adopter becomes successful in the new environment.

Such is the history of Baby Boomer Gary Leland, an Entrepreneur who made his mark in the Retail environment with a “brick-and-mortar” store — and has also seen success in the tech environment via podcasting, video and information marketing.

Podcast Pickle

You will also notice that Gary is not a perfectionist when it comes to editing his podcasts. And, thus, to honor him in this regard, we have delivered to you the UNEDITED interview from beginning to end. (Thanks, Gary!)

An early podcaster since 2004 — “TODAY IN PODCASTING”

 As you will hear in this audio episode, Gary entered the podcasting environment in 2004. His first podcasts dealt with the sports arena, in particular girls’ fast-pitch softball. This was natural, as his business also sold equipment for that environment to the public.

Gary then had a podcast called Podcast Pickle. In addition, he created a directory of podcasts, which he also named Podcast Pickle. In fact, in the spirit of fun and humor and enjoyment for various podcast events, Gary created a comic life-sized character called THE PODCAST PICKLE, and this character appeared at different Podcamps, Podcast and Portable Media Expos, and other venues.

However, Gary was the ringleader of creating a show called Today in Podcasting. This was a panel of 4 podcasters that included also Rob Walch from podcast411, Dave Jackson of The School of Podcasting, and Paul Colligan with his Podcast Tools podcast, as well as Marketing Online Live. This podcast show started in February of 2006 and continued to late 2011.

Gary was presenting at different events — from the Podcast and New Media Expos, NMX, South-by-SouthWest (SXSW), Podcamps, etc. In fact, he was a pioneer for Second Life, the virtual world that was very popular in 2007-2008. Gary was the owner of Podcast Island, which was monetized profitably by Gary.

And now, Gary is in the process of launching a new podcast show called The Gary Leland show. The targeted community for this show would be entrepreneurs who sell tangible products that would be shipped to customers anywhere. This may seem strange, but this audience does NOT include small business owners who want an electronic or online business.

 

A current co-initiator of Podcast Events — Podcast Movement

One objective that Gary has is to bring back the excitement, fun, community and education that existed in 2005 through 2008 in the original Podcast Expos. And thus, he was one of the four founders of the new event starting in 2014 called Podcast Movement.

In addition to his electronic magazine / app called Podertainment, as well as his podcasts, Gary has been active as one of the participant founders of the Podcast Conference called Podcast Movement. This was designed to be an event specifically for Podcasters (unlike the New Media Expo, which also includes bloggers, video producer and content creators).

Created as a Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign, it was successful in raising the basic target amount to fund the event within the targeted due date.

 Industry Perspectives from the “Podcast Pickle” — aka “P-Dilly”

 As you will hear in this podcast episode, Gary sees podcasting as a strong community in its second revival, especially due to Apple’s including the Podcast app in its iOS8 operation system. However, he does not feel that it is yet an “industry.” As he said, though, it appears very close to becoming one.

Gary’s perspectives deal with the upcoming and current new technologies as key for the direction of podcasting. One case-in-point is his own electronic magazine called Podertainment for any iOS device.

With the growth of the audience by sheer investigation of the podcast app, and also with the growing number of people and entrepreneurs entering the podosphere as podcasters who will be publishing their content, it is a bright future for those enveloped in podcasting.

 

Electronic Magazine for the Podcast Community – Podertainment

At the annual event, New Media Expo, Gary Leland now announced the launch of his latest venture into a different business — the Electronic Magazine business. It is called Podertainment at www.podertainment.com.

PodertainmentAs we mentioned, he was an early adopter in Podcasting — and he learned how to monetize that with a couple of shows that he created, as well as being one of the first to create a Podcast Directory (aka “Podcast Pickle”). This shows his never-ending sense of humor, and so he will always remain for us with his nicknames of “P-dilly” and “Podcast Pickle.”

In addition, he moved into video and has over 200 episodes of Softball video. He also entered the virtual world of Second Life several years ago and had a fun run with Podcast Island, with a fair ROI.

 Contact information and electronic properties for Gary Leland

You can find out more about Gary Leland and his info properties at:

email:  GaryLeland@gmail.com
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His electronic magazine for the Podcasting community and Industry is at
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His fastpitch video shows are at Fastpitch.TV
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Have you seen his new Softball Magazine Fastpitch Magazine for the iPad??
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His networks of sporting goods websites SportJunk.com
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You can visit PodcastPickle.com for a great selection of podcasts.
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You can visit his wallpaper & decorating store at LelandsWallpaper.com

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Jul 10

04- Dave Jackson- Podcaster since 2005 with The School of Podcasting

Since 2005, Dave Jackson has put his educational background of Technical training and teaching into practice, for he has considered himself to be the “headmaster” at the School of Podcasting.

Dave’s history includes being one of the very early adopters and content creators and content producers in Podcasting. As he states himself:

“I’ve been podcasting since April of 2005. My podcast about podcasting has been downloaded over 800,000 times … I’ve helped hundreds of people launch podcasts. You can hear my podcasts on this site [i.e., School of Podcasting] as well as powerofpodcasting.com, morepodcastmoney.com, weeklywebtools.com, logicalloss.com, feedingmyfaith.com, growyourchurchshow.com,  marketingmusician.com”

He also publishes a podcast where he makes his life an open book within the stream-of-consciousness method of personal-life podcasting in Building a Better Dave.

Perspectives from “YOUR PERSONAL PODCAST COACH”

 From Dave’s viewpoint (and from statistics from Rob Walch, VP of Podcaster relations for Libsyn.com — as well as a podcaster himself of the shows The Feed and podcast411), podcasting is growing and will continue to boom.

Although Dave feels that it is not yet an “industry,” the community is skyrocketing, i.e. “up and up and up.”  As you will hear in this audio episode, he cites that his clients who wish to start podcasts or need podcast editing services are new and want to get into podcasting for their entrepreneurial ventures. A great deal of them are in the “frosty-haired” generation — that is, in their late-40s and 50s.

No longer just for the geeks, podcasting is bringing in other audiences. As Dave mentions, many young “YouTube-publishers” are now adding audio podcasting to their business and marketing–and they are bringing their audiences with them..

In his opinion, the benefits for podcasters are greatest at the podcast-specific conferences. The reason:  the one-to-one networking that creates long-lasting personal and business relationships. This was true since the days of Podcast and Portable Media Expos, the New Media Expos, the Podcamps, and the newly formed Podcast Movement.

He feels that podcasting conferences will “pick up” and grow — both nationally and regionally or locally — thanks to the passion of podcasters, both veterans and newbies. These include both Podcamps and local Meetups (i.e., www.meetup.com). Also, the electronic communities will grow, such as the groups on Facebook.com and on google hangouts and webinar jams (such as Podcasters Roundtable).

Dave has seen that little “circles” of tight-knit podcasters exist, where one group has no idea of the existence of the others.

One issue that Dave brought up was the rush of “copy-cats” to build a business around someone else’s successful business model. In particular, we discussed the recent “daily entrepreneur-interview shows” that have launched within the past year. Depending on the business model and the strategy, these imitators may not see success as quickly as they want. Expectations for a quick monetization results may be set too high, because they may have arisen from the “quantity” strategy of cpm-based revenues.

One last issue that we discussed was the re-incarnation of another “University” for the podcasting community with the upcoming program called “Podcast Movement University.”  As stated in the audio episode, it was attempted in 2006 and 2012, and both attempts went nowhere. As Dave said, the jury is still out on this next attempt, and a lot has to do with the business model, as well as creating competition with existing podcasters who already have membership sites and electronic learning centers for podcasters.

And Dave’s final ideas that he shared with us revolved around his excellent customer service to help aspiring podcasters succeed — not only with his School of Podcasting site and Ask the Podcast Coach free electronic weekly meetup for the podcast community, but also because he really becomes a sincere and dedicated Personal Podcast Coach. And thus, he becomes YOUR Personal Podcast Coach (which is his brand and tag line).

As an author, Dave helps podcasters to monetize podcasts.

As you will hear in this audio episode, he has authored, MORE PODCAST MONEY, and also his consulting services and webinars from his flagship business and podcast called SCHOOL OF PODCASTING.

Dave JacksonSince 2005, Dave Jackson has always tried to help other podcasters in learning tips and hints on how to improve the craft of this New Media marketplace. After answering hundreds of questions and delivering multiple presentations, he finally put to the written word his recommendations on monetizing podcast episodes in his ebook.

MorePodcastMoney-web site

Note: Dave also provides a discount for his products for the listeners of this podcast. If you mention the coupon code of FRED20, he will give you a discount  of $20 US dollars. Contact Dave for more details.

Here is the contact information for Dave Jackson:

– web site:  http://www.schoolofpodcasting.com

– email:  dave@schoolofpodcasting.com

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Jun 29

02- Training, education & courses on ‘how to podcast’ — perspectives on trends

In the Podcast show called The Feed, Rob Walch and company discuss the topic of “What Qualifies you to teach podcasting?” (episode 24, after 24 min.). From the show notes, the theme is listed as:  “How to choose the best How To Podcast Tutorials or should people be teaching podcasting when they just started podcasting themselves?”

The discussion

As you will hear in this podcast episode, a summary of the arguments mentioned are:

– “Let the buyer beware” before spending good money on what is advertised is “training” from an inexperienced individual. This is because of the flood and over-saturation of training courses and resources available on the Internet from what appears to be those who want to get money from aspiring podcasters (the latter of which don’t know where to go for free or fee-based quality help and training);

– The experienced podcasters that were early adopters as content creators and producers of podcasts should be the litmus test;

– Even popular podcast shows cannot guarantee that they know about podcasting;

– Even ebooks, videos, tutorials and Udemy.com courses may be available from recent newcomers, but they may only serve to present the training to you — but they cannot guarantee that these people would know greatly about podcasting;

– Mentioned people who are recommended consultants and/or authors  that teach people how to podcast with the experience include Dave Jackson from The School of Podcasting, Rob Walch from www.podcast411, Todd Cochrane from RawVoice, Michael Geohegen and Paul Colligan, etc.). Many of them still provide training courses, membership sites, personal consultation and training deliverables, videos, podcasts and books, etc.;

– Rob Walch recommends FREE training resources (e.g., the free Podcast101 course from Rob Walch — and even as far back as Jason Van Orden’s free online course How to Create a Podcast). Another source of learning about the podosphere environment and belonging to an informal community of learning about podcasting is Dave Jackson’s Ask the Podcast Coach – Live! weekly sessions online.

– Regarding fee-based training, there are others mentioned who do charge quite a bit for their education (e.g., Daniel J. Lewis and Ray Ortega, etc.);

– Other recommendations from other experienced podcasters include EVENTS — such as conferences with podcast tracks for beginners, or Podcamp un-conferences, or local Meetups for Podcaster communities, etc. These events can be a good learning ground for the education needed, as well as a gold mine for networking and meeting with the actual podcast trainers who have had years of proven experience.

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My own Recommendations about HOW TO PODCAST training

I strongly agree with the arguments presented by Rob Walch in the episode from The Feed. In addition to “let the buyer beware” and “do your homework and research before you buy” — what I would recommend as a path for the aspiring podcaster who wants training and education and help would be the following (which is a combination of FREE resources when available, and some FEE-based help):

– The most common name in training that is mentioned just about anywhere by anyone in the podosphere with experience is Dave Jackson of The School of Podcasting. His resources and offerings provide a single path for the novice to get to a comfortable position of knowledge and experience in podcasting — and also can be the foundation for more advanced courses later on:

 (a) Dave has a live webinar (which is streamed on Mixlr) every Saturday morning at 10:30am Eastern time called ASK THE PODCAST COACH-LIVE!  Here, the newcomer can become part of an informal community of podcasters (from all levels of expertise or beginning status) in this Q-and-A approach to podcasting issues. There is a telephone number for live call-ins, where the participant can speak to Dave and ask the questions and explain the issue or situation, and then get answers from Dave and the community via a very busy chatroom. THIS IS FREE. Not only is this a good networking vehicle, but relationships can begin, along with the value of education, learning and training, with the support of other podcasters.

At the same time, the beginner would use the recommended and FREE resource from Rob Walch, which is the course called Podcast 101, located on the web site of www.podcast411.com. As Rob said in the episode, there is no need to pay for tutorials, since some good ones are readily available at no charge.

 (b) Next, attend the conferences where podcasting has a track. At this time, New Media Expo is the one in January of each year that provides the opportunity for networking, education, training, relationships and immersion into the podosphere. There is also a VIRTUAL TICKET that can be purchased for a reasonably low price that contains all the recorded sessions, so that a beginner won’t miss any of the presentations or panels or keynotes. So the beginner can “participate” without having to be at the physical event. However, conference attendance fees, as well as travel and lodging expenses should be budgeted by the beginner — but this would be an INVESTMENT.

There is an experimental conference that was funded by www.kickstarter.com called Podcast Movement. The jury is still out on this conference for the value provided and received, as well as longevity. This conference will hold its first meeting in August in Dallas, Texas. After the August event, we will provide a status report and details, along with our perspective of value for the podcast community and Industry.

(c) After consuming the virtual ticket sessions or live sessions at the events (either the free Podcamps or NMX event), my recommendation would be to invest in a 6-week course offered by Dave Jackson of the School of Podcasting that teaches beginners from scratch how to create, record, publish and promote a podcast. This is a fee-based offering, but you will be sure to have a podcast up and running and published in iTunes by the end. Dave does this by Group Coaching. Dave will even offer you discounts on media hosting, as well as set up a WordPress blog site for you, and also include a month’s free membership of the School of Podcasting membership site as part of the deal. I consider it a great value for a beginner (I wish this was available when I started). You can find out more at Dave’s SOP web site.

(d) I would then recommend that the beginner continue on the course and join the School of Podcasting (which could have been the free month in c, above) to get the tutorials, the training in step-by-step modules for reinforcing the beginners and gaining education to prepare for intermediate and advance podcasting. Some members just used the tutorials and resources in the School of Podcasting without having taken the 6-week course for beginners — and they did just fine. This library of resources is well-organized and provides online education, training, tutorials and other resources to move the beginner along.

(e) When the beginner has the above skills, then monetization questions can be answered by purchasing Dave Jackson’s book, More Podcast Money. This ebook discusses the “101 ways on how to make money with your podcast” — and it can be a relatively minor investment that can save time and research from all the other “pundits” who just go into a few of the possibilities.

This very inexpensive ebook will assist the beginner in creating a strategy for monetization of the podcast.

(f) The final recommendation would be to create a document after some brainstorming and planning time that would be taking the new podcaster to the next level. This is where having personal consultation with a good Podcast Coach is a good strategy.

Again, Dave Jackson delivers excellent customer service and results, since he calls himself YOUR PERSONAL PODCAST COACH.”

He can assist the beginner with WordPress issues, web site development and support, some basic image creation for album art and badges (along with connection to a professional graphic artist whom I have used in the past, as well, at a reasonable cost), domain and hosting technical services for installation and execution — that is, just about all things podcasting for the beginner. I myself have used Dave Jackson, as I found him to be so competent and quick on results with the best customer service that I outsourced just about all the tech that would take me hours to accomplish. Like most beginners, the skills may be there or learned, but the time to accomplish the tasks may be so great that it may be prohibitive for productivity, and thus, outsourcing would be a better way to go. And Dave’s hourly rates have always been reasonable.

And now, the beginner has one resource to help him get from zero-to-hero with satisfaction from someone who has been podcasting and teaching podcasting since 2005.

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My Own Experience and Skills

I started podcasting in 2006. I had such a passion and obsessive desire for knowledge and action that I had at one point up to 16 podcast shows at the same time. Since then, 2 more were added and another couple planned for the near future — but 10 of them were podfaded.

So I have had my share of podcasting experience — from part-time to full-time for my business.

I have presented podcasting since the 2nd Podcamp in 2006, as well as TEACHING HOW TO PODCAST at various events — e.g., Podcamps, ProductCamps, Local Meetups and user groups, as well as sessions at the New Media Expos since 2006.

For my education, I have read all the podcast books I could find since 2006, including Podcasting for Dummies by Tee Morris and Evo Terra, as well as Todd Cochrane’s book (the first about podcasting):

I have also taken seminar training from Paul Colligan in 2006 and 2007 that was a six-week course in creating a podcast show and monetizing it. I have attended numerous events about podcasting as an attendee and participant, including the Podcasting and Portable Media Expos, etc.

Even though I consider myself qualified to create formal training and education deliverables about how to podcast, I realized that the market was saturated with too many of these resources. And now, in agreement with Rob Walch, I agree that this saturation point has diluted the quality of the final products and services. Instead, I have created Premium seminar training courses and published them for Personal Productivity and Finance for Startups, as well as assistance for the targeted Baby Boomer Community (Boomers for Startups). Besides, I don’t think that I have the skills, experience and up-to-date knowledge and dedication of someone like Dave Jackson.

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Coming up next:

  The Series about Direction and Trends of Podcasting since 2005

Coming up in the future for www.podcastreporter.com will be a SERIES of episodes that will focus on Trends and Directions of the Podcast Industry since 2005 to the present. We will have perspectives from some of the very experienced early adopters and content producers in podcasting.

If you wish to contact some of those mentioned in this podcast, here is a partial list of contact information:

– Dave Jackson of the School of Podcasting:

   web site:  www.schoolofpodcasting.com

   email:  Dave@schoolofpodcasting.com

– Rob Walch of Libysn and host/author of podcast411:

   web site:  www.podcast411.com and www.libsyn.com

   email:  Rob@libsyn.com

– Todd Cochrane of RawVoice:

   web site:  www.rawvoice.com

   email: ceo@rawvoice.com

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NOTE: From the feedback of our listeners, the show notes for future episodes will be less detailed, brief and succint, complete with links and attributions.

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Jun 28

01- Introducing the podcast show called PODCAST REPORTER

A new podcast from Matrix Solutions Corporation to help keep you up to date with what is going on in podcasting — and also to provide information, trends and directions for serious media contenders in today’s Podcasting Industry.

In addition to events and announcements, we will also deliver the viewpoints and perspectives of key content creators and producers and publishers in the Podcasting Industry.

Select this link to listen to the audio episode.

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