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Author: Tee Morris; Evo Terra; Ryan Williams
Publisher: Hoboken [N.J.] : Wiley Pub., ©2008.
Series: --For dummies.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A guide to audio and video podcasting covers such topics as developing a podcast, podcasting equipment and tools, recording a podcast, encoding software, the video and audio editing process, getting listed in podcast directories, the podcast community, and making money with podcasting.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Morris, Tee.
Expert podcasting practices for dummies.
Hoboken, NJ : Willey Pub., 2008
(DLC) 2007938874
(OCoLC)183190713
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tee Morris; Evo Terra; Ryan Williams
ISBN: 9780470149263 0470149264 9780470259191 0470259191
OCLC Number: 243693217
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 433 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: pt. I. Planning Out a Podcast --
Practice 1. Selecting the Right Topic for Your Podcast --
Practice 2. Keeping Up with the Joneses --
Practice 3. Staffing Your Podcast for Success --
Practice 4. Podcast Studio Considerations --
Practice 5. Stick to the Script! --
Practice 6. Transitions, Timing, and Cues --
Practice 7. Reviewing Your Podcast with a Critical Eye --
Practice 8. T-Minus Five Episodes ... --
pt. II. Going for a Professional Sound --
Practice 9. Upgrading Your Headphones --
Practice 10. Selecting the Right Microphone --
Practice 11. Upgrading Your Software --
Practice 12. Creating a Quiet, Happy Place --
Practice 13. Eliminating Ambient Noise --
Practice 14. One-Take Wonders --
Practice 15. Multiplicity: Recording Multiple Takes --
Practice 16. Podcasting from the Road --
pt. III. Post-Production Approaches --
Practice 17. Interviews from the Road --
Practice 18. Setting Acceptable Sound Levels --
Practice 19. Adding Special Effects --
Practice 20. Adding Music --
Practice 21. Editing Audio after Editing the Session --
Practice 22. Taking Your Audio File into the Home Stretch --
Practice 23. Creating a Perfect mp3 File --
Practice 24. Enhanced Podcasting --
pt. IV. The Final Steps Before Episode #0 --
Practice 25. Creating and Editing ID3 Tags --
Practice 26. Adding a Blog to Your Podcast --
Practice 27. Validating Your RSS Feed --
Practice 28. Submitting to Podcast Directories --
pt. V. Building Your Audience --
Practice 29. Creating a Promotional Plan --
Practice 30. Tell Me About It: Recording Promos and Quickcasts --
Practice 31. Advertising to Attract Listeners --
Practice 32. Networking with Other Podcasters and Bloggers --
Practice 33. Spreading the Word with Social Media --
Practice 34. Soliciting and Incorporating Listener Feedback --
Practice 35. Getting Featured on Podcast Directories --
Practice 36. Joining a Podcast Network --
Practice 37. Connecting with the Media --
Practice 38. Talk to Me: Interviews --
pt. VI. Creating a Video Podcast --
Practice 39. Video Podcasting --
Practice 40. Editing Your Video Podcast with Adobe Premiere --
Practice 41. Editing Your Video Podcast with Apple Final Cut Pro --
Practice 42. Posting and Distributing Your Video --
pt. VII. Podcasting as a Business --
Practice 43. Deriving Revenue from Your Podcast --
Practice 44. Corporate Podcasting --
Practice 45. Podcasting for Government and Not-for-Profit Agencies --
Practice 46. Promotional Podcasting --
Practice 47. Adding Advertising to Your Podcast --
pt. VIII. Reengineering Your Podcast --
Practice 48. Podfade Prevention --
Practice 49. New Hosts, New Podcast? --
Practice 50. Change of Passion, Change of Podcast? --
Practice 51. The Hard Podfade --
App. Bonus Content on the DVD.
Series Title: --For dummies.
Responsibility: by Tee Morris, Evo Terra, and Ryan Williams.

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A guide to audio and video podcasting covers such topics as developing a podcast, podcasting equipment and tools, recording a podcast, encoding software, the video and audio editing process, getting listed in podcast directories, the podcast community, and making money with podcasting.

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