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Podcasting

Page history last edited by northern california grantmakers 9 years, 12 months ago

 

Podcasting

 

Description

A podcast is an audio blog, as well as a method of delivering audio and video files over the Internet – using RSS or Atom syndication—to mobile devices, such as ipods, and computers.

 

Uses and Potential Benefits

Presentations at your organization, as well as speeches, interviews, or other messages can be recorded and broadcasted to a wide audience over the Internet.  Users can download and listen to the podcast when they want -  using their ipod while riding the subway to work, for example.  Example: a foundation might sponsor a discussion among experts on an issue, record it, and then place it on the web as a podcast as an information resource.

 

Examples of the Tool (Not exhaustive or vetted)

www.yackpack.com

www.apple.com/itunes/store/podcasts.html

 

References/Articles/Examples from Nonprofits and Foundations

How to Record, Edit, and Promote Your Nonprofit's Podcast

kaisernetwork.org

www.interaction.org/media/MD_ICT/podcasts.html

 

Real Time or Time Independent?

Time Independent

 

Can Start Small and Expand?

Yes

 

Time/Cost to Implement?

Medium

 

Time/Cost to Maintain

Low

 

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