TPS Ep. 041 – Autopost Your Podcast to Facebook, Archiving Content and Hardware Versus Software FX Processors

On this episode I talk about how to post your podcast feed to facebook automatically including an audio player and how to keep your podcast alive after you stop producing it and paying for hosting.

I also discuss the differences between using a hardware versus software based compressor/limiter/gate. This is a non-essential piece of equipment and all of it’sprocesses can be handled in post production, however there are some benefits to using a real one.
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TPS Ep. 030 – A Feedburner Refresher And Video Embed Players

On this episode I give you a Feedburner refresher course. What it’s used for, what it does, and why you might want to use it to add some spice and flexibility to your podcast RSS feed.

I also take a few minutes to discuss some of the issues that can arise when choosing a video embed player for your video podcast website. Do you want to use YouTube because of its great 720p HD player? Well if your video is more than ten minutes long, you may be forced to reconsider. I cover more topics such as this with regards to other video hosting sites such as vimeo and Blip.tv.

Also I share a web tool I’ve been using for quite awhile now but was recently reminded of the very reason I’m using it, Gravatar.

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TPS Ep. 006 – Podcast Hosting Solutions

On this episode of The Podcasters Studio I talk about where to host your podcast files. It’s important before you officially launch your podcast that you have a hosting solution. You need to have a place where your mp3 or video files live.

Because you never know how popular your show will become, you want to host your files at a site that allows your show to grow without charging you for extra bandwidth. If your show gets linked to from another blog that has heavy traffic and you are not aware of this and you are hosting the files yourself, you could end up with one hefty bandwidth bill that you were not expecting.

In order to avoid this I present several options for storing your files online, including what I have used over the last few years and what I think are the best options for podcasters. Check out this episode for this important information that is a must know/decide before your show launches.

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