Podcasting tools guide

Dan Benjamin has updated his Podcasting Equipment Guide for 2009 and it’s a must-read for anyone wishing to do audio production work from home or office, without having to setup a complex studio. This post, combined with the tools section at Transom, can get anyone recording with good quality for distribution online or even on…

Mundt cuts the cord, lives to tell about it

Bravo to Todd Mundt on both “cutting the cord” from his cable company and writing in-depth about the process and experience of consuming media — up to and including HD video — without cable (or satellite) TV service. The mix of technologies required today are a bit daunting to anyone that wants just a plain…

Latest podcasting study is out

I know, it’s probably already in your RSS reader, right? But if not, be sure to check out the new (2008) podcasting study by Edison Media Research. This year shows a solid bump upward in consumer adoption of podcasting and it’s always great to get new charts for wallpapering the office and showing your pals…

Podcasting in Plain English

I remain amazed at how misunderstood the notion of “podcasting” is. It’s been nearly 4 years since it arrived on the scene yet folks in public media remain baffled — along with the general public. Perhaps Leo Laporte was right a couple years ago when he suggested that the “pod” in podcasting be eliminated and…