Hi, I'm Alex Williams, director of community development at SplashCast
> . I am also the founder of the Podcast
> , a small event you may have heard
of that we just did in San Francisco.
SplashCast is launching a new feature to its product this week called
allows the video or audio enclosures in any RSS feed to be displayed
within a SplashCast player on any web page. This will make every page on
the web an avenue for live distribution of multiple shows, meaning that
any web page could display the most recent episodes of any audio or
video program. Additionally, the new feature allows people to make their
own personal channels that they can display on their personal start page
or aggregator of choice. The result is a new way for podcasters to
distribute their shows.
It is important for us that we keep an open dialogue with podcasters
about the features we are adding and how the service will be improved in
the future for any podcaster, be they producing audio or video programs.
We have created a Podcast FAQ <http://splashcastmedia.com/podcasterfaq/
,which we hope will answer the questions you may have about how the
SplashCast service will work. We have several new features that will be
added, which are addressed in the FAQ.
We hope to be ongoing participants in the podcasting community so please
let us know what you think of the product. It's a work in progress that
can improve based on community feedback.
Director of Community Development
Director of Content
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