How to Succeed In Podcasting (The Untold Secret)

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Podcasts are downloadable digital audio files. It may be downloaded to phones, laptops, and PCs. A podcast is a series of recorded spoken words about a particular topic, genre, or theme. A podcast is a series of digital audio files available for download online. Ben Hammersly first used the term “podcast” in 2004 to describe the combination of an iPod and a broadcast. Ben Hammersley didn’t create or build the podcast. Adam Curry and Dave Winer invented podcasting. Curry is a podcaster, broadcaster, and internet entrepreneur. Former MTV VJ Among the first celebrities to build and manage websites, Curry is known as the “Podfather” for his podcasting endeavors. Dave Winer contrasts Winer is an American software developer, entrepreneur, and writer. He’s credited with establishing the podcasting model because of his work. Curry and Winer are today’s podcasting godfathers. “Audioblogging” was used before “podcasting.” RSS web feeds help people and applications access web pages in a common format. RSS lets users monitor multiple websites with a single news aggregator. This aggregator generates RSS feeds automatically. Adam Curry and others requested audio blogging because of RSS. Dave Winer contributed new functions to RSS 0.92 by adding an enclosure. This enclosure will transfer a media file’s address (MP3, WAV, WMA, etc.) to RSS. The Grateful Dead song demonstrated RSS’s attachment feature in 2001.

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