Podcasting Explained

ipod_nano.jpgThe term podcast, like "radio", can mean both the content and the method of delivery. The host or author of a podcast is often referred to as a "podcaster".

Podcasting is the method of distributing multimedia files, such as audio programs or music videos, over the Internet for playback on mobile devices and personal computers. Podcasts are distributed using either the RSS or Atom syndication formats. (Wikipedia)

Podcasting is easy.

You can download our shows to your iPod/Zune/mobile phone (or other mp3/mp4 players) to listen/watch at your discretion and convenience. On your way to work on the bus or subway, jacked into your car's stereo, on your home stereo, any place you carry your portable digital player.

And once you subscribe, our shows are delivered to you for free. Think of it as a free magazine subscription. Every time you plug your iPod into your computer, the latest Culture Catch audio and video podcast is delivered automatically to you thru iTunes. Your iPod lets you listen or watch that episode when you feel like it.

How do you Subscribe?

You can subscribe to our site thru iTunes, or some other provider like Podnova, Feedburner, Odeo, etc. (If you need the iTunes software, click on this Apple link.)

Click on this link to subscribe to our audio podcasts: Podcast

Click on this link to subscribe to our video podcasts: Vidcast

Once you've subscribed, the new shows will be delivered to your mp3/mp4 player automatically.

So subscribe today and enjoy CultureCatch.com when you feel like it.

Influencing the influencers...one smart user at a time!

peace,

Dusty

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Mr. Wright is the former editor-in-chief of Creem and Prince's New Power Generation magazines as well as a writer of films, fiction, and music. As a singer/songwriter, he's released 3 solo CDs and one with his folk-rock quartet GIANTfingers. And before all of this he was an agent at William Morris!

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