A couple of weeks ago, I received an email from Frank Eriksen, who produces the All Things Boulder podcast (which is a really cool show, by the way). In the email, Frank asked me if I had any ideas why my podcasts sound “so much better sonically (louder/cleaner)” than his show. I listened to a […]
Isn’t it kind of fun to take a peek behind the curtain and see how stuff works? I think so as well! To that end, we’ve added the PodWorx Live Studio Cam page to our website. From time to time (like as I type this), we’ll fire up the live camera so you can get […]
After many days (and late nights) of planning, designing, coding, tweaking, and testing, the brand-new PodWorx.com website is LIVE and ONLINE! The motivation behind this project was multifaceted – I wanted to: deliver more PodWorx-developed content about podcasting and live streaming video productions to our expanding audience in a manner that was easy for our […]
Do you have a questions about any (or all) of the Four P’s of Podcasting® (Plan, Produce, Publish, Promote)? Are you not quite clear on how to ensure a guest sounds great (and not salesy) during an interview on your show? Would you like to ask me any questions about podcasting. . .and do so […]
NEW NEW NEW: We’ve just be selected as a NewTek reseller for the Tricaster product line! Press release to follow soon. . . One of the first things we wanted to do with our new Tricaster was to be able to live stream from the PodWorx studio to Ustream.tv, the free online video streaming service, […]
We have been spending much of the last couple weeks planning and implementing some new video capabilities within the PodWorx studio. To test our streaming video capabilities, we will be offering a live Q&A session meant to answer any of your podcast questions. More information (date/time) to follow.
As a result of my post titled, “Intracast: An Example of an Internal Podcast for Employees“, I received a comment from Stephan Holt: “You’ll have to explain how you set up your mobile lab of sorts. What are the essentials when trying to present a polished professional podcast?” As Stephan mentioned, it was very important […]