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As we saw in Chapter 1, the barriers to entry have plummeted, meaning that anyone with a PC, some free recording software (such as Audacity), a microphone, a bit of imagination, and a place from which to deliver the audio MP3 files, can effectively compete for the hearts, minds, and souls of listeners who want more than they’re getting from traditional broadcast radio. Today you can be your own program-maker, creating and mixing the music and talk you enjoy, and sharing it with your friends and anyone else interested.

23 3 24 How to Do Everything with Podcasting This literally changed the podcasting landscape overnight, where you could suddenly obtain your favorite podcasts with just a few mouse clicks on your computer. CHAPTER 3: Find Podcasts that Suit Your Interests With iTunes, you can select podcasts to download from the Podcast Directory, to which anyone can submit their podcast for placement. The vast majority of all podcasts in the iTunes Store are free of charge—you pay nothing to subscribe and download.

Podcasting has its origins in three distinct areas: ■ Technological innovations that made podcasting possible ■ Cultural demands that made listening to podcasts desirable ■ The desire of individuals to create and distribute audio content CHAPTER 1: What Is Podcasting? Each of these elements came together, like a perfect storm, to create the current podcasting phenomenon. Two capabilities were required to launch podcasts: the means by which producers syndicate their content (that is, make it available for listeners to subscribe); and the software listeners use to manage their subscriptions.

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