Podcasting

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Definition

Podcasts are episodic audio files created – usually – around a theme. Podcast tools allow creators to record and edit audio files, encode those files, and load them to the web.

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By Acast
Acast is the world's largest global podcast marketplace that provides premium hosting, distribution and monetization. Acast’s app and web service provides on-demand audio content enhanced by additional interactive media and links.
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Airfoil is an audio tool created to send audio from your computer to outputs anywhere on your network. Airfoil allows users to play music through thousands of devices, including AirPlay hardware, Google Chromecast hardware, Sonos devices, and Bluetoo...
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Alitu is a platform that enables users to create podcasts. Alitu features include tools for converting and cleaning up audio files, Merging recordings, adding music and fades, and publishing to a host platform.
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By Anchor
Anchor is a podcast solution that allows you to create and host unlimited episodes, distribute your show everywhere, and make money. All in one place, all for free.
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By Apple
Apple Podcasts allows users to, via iTunes, download and listen to podcasts; makers may submit the podcast to the iTunes feed via Apple Podcasts. Apple does not directly provide podcast updates or episodes. When you subscribe to a podcast using the P...
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Audio Hijack is a tool to record any application's audio, including VoIP calls from Skype, web streams from Safari, and much more. Save audio from hardware devices like microphones and mixers as well. Record to popular audio formats, including MP3 an...
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The Audioboom platform allows podcasters to host, distribute and monetize their audio. Advertisers are able to reach dedicated listeners and deliver brand messaging through dynamic advert insertions and endorsements from the top talent in podcasting.
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Auphonic is an automatic audio post production web service for podcasts, broadcasters, radio shows, movies, and screencasts.
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Backtracks is an advanced podcast analytics and hosting platform. Use Backtracks to know and grow your podcast audience.
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The BlogTalkRadio platform is a unified toolkit that helps podcasters record, stream live, publish on-demand, syndicate, measure and monetize conversational format podcasts. Hosts can capture interviews with guests from any geographic location using ...
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