40279Re: [podcasters] Problem with date on iTunes podcast
- Mar 2, 2011Not sure where you are located, but this has all the markings of a time zone
issue. It is very likely that it is March 2 where you are and March 1 where
the Apple server is located.
I would recommend placing the date in the Title of each episode, as that
will be hard coded and never change, not matter what date the server might
think it is.
I would also suggest adding the title of each show to the title of the MP3
to give people a bit more information when looking at your list of past and
i.e. *Feb 28, 2011 - Special report on the fight for union rights in
I think this will alleviate the confusion about the dates and also let
people know exactly what episode they are listening to.
I hope this helps.
*Douglas E. Welch*
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On Wed, Mar 2, 2011 at 1:41 PM, marcbelanger16
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> Hello all,
> I have a podcasting problem that's driving me crazy. Can't find a solution
> anywhere. And a member of this group recommended that I post my question
> here. Thanks for any help you can provide.
> Here's the problem:
> I do a podcast called RadioLabour (www.radiolabour.net)
> When I create an rss file so that the podcast will be updated for iTunes .
> . . the file in iTunes displays the date *as the day before*. Always.
> For example: I uploaded my rss file today with the date March 2, 2011. (
> 02/03/2011 ) This is the date both in the rss code and the date of the file
> on the computer.
> But the file shows on iTunes as March 1, 2011 ( 01/03/2011 )
> This makes it difficult for people to find the correct podcast.
> Any ideas?
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