best free podcast hosting?
- Probably a stupid (and arguably "religious" question), but what's the
best, free hosting service for podcasts? I have two plans going. I want
to start -a- podcast, just to familiarize myself with the technology, and
I have an idea (no not that one, some other idea) that could work long-
term. Did some looking around, this has already been done but it still
Anyway, for the former, poking-around podcast, what's the best podcast
hosting to start with? Ideally, I'd like to use for the starter a server
that'd be good for later production. If for quality sake I have to have a
better server for production, well, fine, but I still need free to start
with, especially since I may blow the whole process off and go do
something else at some random time -- genetic condition, can't be helped.
If it matters, I'm planning to put together an "audio theater" group
locally, but that's for later, when I have some clue what I'm doing. Was
going to do a webcast along with my Blogger blog, but they apparently
don't do that anymore. And I'd imagine I gotta host the thing somewhere,
and my current DSL connection is probably too limited to deal with even
downloading MP3 files -- not beyond my technical abilities, but I don't
wanna buy trouble.
Any good pointers here?
- It was 13 Feb 2007, when Bob Zwick commented:
> Hi David,Well, I'm up and running on Libsyn now, but I'll take a look out of
> There are tons of choices out there. I thought I'd mention the free
> hosting service I set up for a bunch of my disabled friends. No cost
> at all. Just use the software I wrote and send your podcasts to my
> I have to admit it's not the prettiest eye candy but it works and
> gives you an RSS feedand publicity help.
curiosity, and for a time when I may not be able to afford Libsyn anymore.
I might even qualify as disabled, depending on who you ask.
Grizzly <grizzly at atbbs.dyndns.org>
It's storytelling, or so they tell me.