Local 506 Podcast Test
fmorgan at indyweek.com
Fri Aug 5 12:04:35 EDT 2005
The latest version of iTunes (which is free) has a podcasting feature
which is easy to use. The iTunes site has a directory of podcasts, so if
you're listed there you're very easy to find. I haven't checked for the
Local 506 yet, but I do know that Brian Russell's Audio Activism is
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Subject: Re: Local 506 Podcast Test
As a techie and a podcaster I'm curious about the useability of this
technology. Since podcasting is based on a subscription model it can be
daunting for non-techies to figure out how to download the software and
subscribe to the link. Alternately people can listen to the podcasts in
directories like podcast.net without installing anything, however the
directories don't have a URL that you can give to listeners so they'd
have to search for the podcast everytime. Has anyone seen a really easy
way to deliver a podcast?
"kcollins" <kendrick at permanentdarling.com> wrote in message
news:1123184963.966715.108260 at g43g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
> it's nice to hear about the bands and a little bit about their sound.
> i think more venues should do it. keep up the good work!!
> local506 at earthlink.net wrote:
>> The research department at Local 506 is always interested in pushing
>> the boundaries of what a rock club can do and we are now interested
>> adding a weekly podcast to our portfolio. The nine-minute podcast
>> serves as an opportunity to not only hear some of the bands playing
>> at 506, but also hear more about them. Before we really add this out
>> our website, we'd love to get some feedback on it...and thought amch
>> might be a fertile breeding ground for ideas and suggestions. Let us
>> know what you think..
>> Below are the links/instructions...glenn (local506 at earthlink.net)
>> There are two ways to experience the podcast:
>> You can listen to the mp3here:
>> or upgrade to itunes 4.9 (or download an rss reader,) and subscribe
>> by pasting the following into the advanced>subscribe field:
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