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School Of Podcasting

Established in 2005 if you want to learn about podcasting this is the show for you. It's been described by many as the most entertaining and unique of all the "Podcast About Podcasting." Dave Jackson gets to the point and talks about podcasting. This could ways to plan a successful launch that will get you ranking high in iTunes, finding the best gear on a budget, developing content that leaves people wanting more. He has been helping people understand technology and has been called "The Analogy King." His style is "edutainment" and you will always walk away with useful knowledge and insights. Dave Jackson is the original, and if you don't like the first episode you hear - give him two more and he'll change your mind.
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Now displaying: July, 2006
Jul 31, 2006

I walk the listener through adjusting a voicemail comment from a scratchy, noisey sound bite to a smoother sounding clip ready to use. Dave explains some features that are in Sony Sound Forge (Free shipping at Same Day Music ) also Dave is using Castblaster in this issue.

I also talks about cleaning up those listener calls from k7.net and Kall8 he exaplains how make two quick passes with a noise gate and EQ you can get these sounding smoother for your podcast.

Last 5 in 5 Courtesy of Rich Palmer of Audio Gumshoe (www.audiogumshoe.com )

1. The One Minute How to
http://oneminutehowto.com/ - learn anything about anything

2.Bucket Podcast
http://bucketpodcast.blogspot.com - Couple Cast By Newlyweds

3. Out of Order Po
www.oooshow.com - Out of order things in the world

4. Managing the Grey - Makreting Tips
www.managingthegrey.com

5. Perfect Head PW Fenton's new Podcast.
www.prefecthead.com

P.S. I notice an above normal amount of his when I turn on my mic...

Jul 24, 2006

Dave explains that after going on someone's show, THEIR podcast was inserted into his Musicians Cooler feed. They re-wrote (hijacked) his RSS file. He exaplains how he fixed it, and reminds everyone to pick good passwords, and to change them often.

Last 5 in 5
Dan from Journey Inside My Mind Podcast provides his last 5 in 5
Check out Dan at www.jimmpodcast.blogspot.com

www.daveslounge.com (Music to Chill to)
www.denverpost.com (Today in Music History)
www.manlygeek.com 
www.americanpublicmedia.publicmedia.org
www.dailysourcecode.com (Adam Curry)

Feedburner added some technology that is not working with Juice (formerly ipodder software).
To fix this:
Log into your Feedburner feed
Click on 'Standard Stats' under the "SERVICES" area on the left side.
Take the check mark off "Item enclosure downloads (podcast downloads)"
SAVE your changes.
Thanks to:
George
http://EclecticMix.com
http://OneMinuteHowTo.com
Rich
www.audiogumshoe.com
and JT
www.freemusicianlist.com  for the heads up on this. To read more about this in the Feedburner support area go to Here 

Interactive Podcasts. Dave gets some insights from Greg of the 5 Questions Podcast. Check it out at www.5questions.net

Dave used Podproducer to Make this Show

Jul 17, 2006

Dave has some fun playing with Jason Robertshaw of www.cephalopodcast.com and trys to find a new opening.

Dave discusses an idea that came about in today's School of Podcasting Roundtable (available to members of the School of Podcasting www.schoolofpodcasting.com ) using promotional drink coasters from WWW.BRANDERS.COM where you can get your logo put on a coaster. (couretesy of Johnathon of www.HollywoodComediansRadio.com

Last 5 in 5 courtest of Twilight of www.twilightandthebes.com
1. Nate and Di www.nateandi.com 
"The Nate and Di Show is a podcast intended for Mature Audiences Only. We are blasphemous and have potty mouths!"

2. Punk Radio www.punkyradio.com
Half an hour of X-rated music and mayhem from The Heart of Sherwood Forest featuring tracks you've never heard before, expressions you've never heard before and jokes you'll never want to hear again.

3. The Twisted Pickle www.thetwistedpickle.com
The Twisted Pickle Show is a guy in Omaha sharing humor and stories meant to help you not take anything in life serious. Personal, sometimes funny stories, all told without his wife knowing the show exists.....so far....

4. The Bitterest Pill http://www.thebitterestpill.com/
Comedy, Commentary, and Music from a stay home Dad/Shut In

5. Best of the Left Podcast www.bestoftheleftpodcast.com/
A Podcast where we play the best of talk radio on the left side of the dial. Real radio, real liberal. Condensed into neat, commute sized, chunks.

Jul 10, 2006

Dave interviews  John Mayerhofer the CEO of www.Voiceindigo.com a service that will help deliver your podcast to phones.

Dave mentions a new segment "5 in 5" inspired by Joe of www.salesroundup.com This is where you tell us (not so much your favorites but) what were the last 5 podcasts you listened to (do NOT include this one). If you want to say if you liked it or not, feel free but try to keep your comments under 5 minutes (hence 5 in 5).  Call it in a 888-563-3228 (if possible use a land line - better yet record it and send us the mp3 file).

Dave's "Last 5 in 5"
www.musicproshow.com
www.musicbusinessradio.com
www.podcast411.com
www.thebitterestpill.com
www.themarketerspodcast.com

For more information about Voiceindigo go to

http://www.voiceindigo.com/podcasters

See you at the Expo

 

Jul 6, 2006

Dave gets notified about the Podcaster Awards and in checking eligibility discovers his RSS feed is NOT 100% valid. As the deadline is 7/15 you may want to get cracking on validating your feed, and alerting your listeners (that is if you care about these types of things - it might attract more sponsors if you were people's choice 2006).

Specials thanks to Curt from http://www.digitalslobpod.com for opening the show.

To check your feed go to www.feedvalidator.org

See everyone in California.

UPDATE: I sent an email to Todd Cochrane and he explained the RSS stipulation was to make sure a submission IS a podcast as some submit items that have NO RSS feed at all. Other sites such as clickcaster.com can only be viewed in itunes. Minor issues that can't be helped would be (more than likely) overlooked (I'm paraphrasing what Todd said).

Jul 2, 2006

Dave interviews Rob of www.podcast411.com about the Book that he co-authored with Murr Lafferty (www.ishouldbewriting.com ) and other podcasts). Rob discusses "behind the scenes" of how the book "Tricks of the Podcasting Masters" came about, and Dave provides his opinion on the book. (Available at http://www.amazon.com  

Students Only Podcast: Dave talks about blurbrry.com and the Podshow Delivery Network roll out. Sign up at www.schoolofpodcasting.com

View the School of Podcasting Page at blubrry.com

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