Better Podcasting #133 – Keeping Track of Your Podcast History

Whether it’s your individual podcast’s history, or your personal podcasting history (ie. your podcast resume), this episode we talk about ways to keep track of your podcast history, and pros/cons of doing so.

In this week’s Better Podcasting Download we talk about an update with Podiant, a couple recent updates from Apple Podcasts (and what it means for your RSS feed) and how podcasting has finally come to PLEX.

Finally, after this week’s Better Podback, Stephen talks about his latest unexpected podcast-related expense that came his way.

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This podcast was recorded on Wednesday, May 30, 2018 – usually streamed Live to http://www.Geeks.Live

Audio/Video Production by Stephen Jondrew of GonnaGeek.com. Find full episode information including links referenced in this episode at http://www.betterpodcasting.com/133/

Main Topic: Keeping Track of Podcast History (Ways to do it, why you may want to, and why you may not want to).
Better Podcasting Download: Podiant removes tags, Apple Podcasts secure (SSL/https) RSS feed requirement and Podcasting comes to Plex.
Other Topics:

  • How I Could Have Saved My Podcast: Zencastr continued problems.
  • Stephen’s Unexpected Podcast Repair

Links Discussed

SP’s Microphone: Electro-Voice RE320
Stephen’s Microphone
: Electro-Voice RE320

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1 comment on “Better Podcasting #133 – Keeping Track of Your Podcast History

  1. Dave Jackson says:

    I’ve used squadcast.fm about 9 times now and I have not had a problem. I do like that there is a small video of your guest. I don’t know that you can have as many people on at the same time (up to four people), but on the other hand, it works. I’m with you, I’ve heard enough people complain about Zencastr that I’m starting to think, “there must be something there.” I only have one client alone who uses it do record herself solo (don’t ask), and it works fine for that

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