Podcasting can be a confessional for you. Studies often show that people feel better when they speak about what’s on their mind. You are more likely to build a podcast audience when you are honest about what’s on your mind. People form a relationship with people they trust. There’s nothing more intimate than just a voice and someone’s attention.
Article describes how podcasters must be like drug dealers to hook users on free content to profit.
A discussion about switching from a free, ad-supported podcast model, to a paid subscription based model.
Unlike text, audio can be played on almost any electronic device nowadays. You can play an mp3 file on your tiny iPod when at the gym, listen to it on your laptop at a coffeeshop, listen to it in your car on your way to work, or even play it when in the shower from your desktop computer speakers.
Within Bill Rock Productions lies a part of broadcasting history. The racks of video and audiotapes consume walls. Pictures of Dick Clark, Don Imus, senators, and other famous personalities hang on the walls. In back, vintage audio equipment juxtaposes to digital audio equipment and a digital video editing station. This studio bridges the gap between the radio of the past and our ubiquitous digital future.
With some cheap hardware and a mac, you can create a podcast studio with phone hookups. This post shows you how to interview from your studio to remote locations.
With Facebook reaching 300 million users and now making money, is Web 2.0 saved?
Blog post about Web comments and the new Facebook Connect authentication.
Commentary about the importance of blogging and how it will supplant traditional media in terms of speed, user accessibility, and engagement of dialog.