Re: [podcasters] introduction...want to podcast my show...need help...
- On Jan 2, 2005, at 6:51 PM, dragger97 wrote:
>Go Tigers! Greetings from Independence, MO.
> hi all...
> my name is mike hagan...i produce and host a 3 hour program on kopn
> 89.5 fm columbia, missouri, usa...
> it is called radio orbit and isAs others have said, it might be useful to break the show up into
> heard every sunday morning 2am to 5am central time...i have a broad
> listenership throughout central missouri...and over the web...
pieces rather than releasing the show as one big file.
> my show is primarily a talk format but i incorporate 10 or 12 songsYou might want to try VBR (variable bit rate) encoding. This might help
> throughout the show...
> to get an idea of my show's concept, you can check it out here...
> i currently archive all of my past shows on the web for download
> and/or listen but i am frustrated by the quality of the archived
> recordings...i have to compress them quite a bit to give a reasonable
> download (about 17megs is as small as i dare in the wma format i
> here are all my past programs and guests' links, etc...
> please take a look...
> the talk sections are ok but i lose alot of quality in the music
> selections...and the music is an integral part of the show...
> so anyway, i'm looking for options and one of my listeners suggested i-ryan
> look into podcasting...
> i am just learning about podcasting but want to learn more and welcome
> any and all ideas/insights that you might have to share with me...the
> technology is the key and i want to be involved on the leading
> edges...that's where i think podcasting lies...
> so anyway, just wanted to say hi and get some info...
> thanks in advance...
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