Frequently Asked Questions - Podcast


Two ways to listen to the podcast are subscribing or playing it on-site by clicking on the play button on each podcast episode.

Not necessarily. The podcast can be played directly from the podcast page by clicking on the play button. Subscribing to the podcast only makes it easier and more convenient.

A “podcast” is a buzzword to describe a very simple concept: an audio or video file available on the Internet for you to listen to and/or watch. A podcast can also refer to a series of these audio or video files (similar to how a TV or radio “show” can be a series of shows or just one show). When using the word “podcast”, most people refer to the entire series and not just one audio or video file.

Break PODCAST down into two parts. First the POD: you can either listen to a podcast on your computer or transfer it to your portable audio/video device, which means that file is Portable, and it’s On-Demand because you can listen to or watch it when you want, where you want. The CAST means the file is sent out to you over the Internet, in the way a “broadcast” comes to you over the radio or TV airwaves. But instead of using a radio or TV, with podcasts you use a computer connected to the Internet, and on that computer you have a program that allows you to subscribe to, manage, and listen to or watch your favorite podcasts. That’s where Podcast.com comes in: you don’t need an extra program to listen to or watch your favorite podcasts, or to subscribe to them and manage them, because you can do that right on our site.

No, you do not need an iPod to listen to podcasts. Podcasts are merely RSS feeds that include an audio file in the enclosure field. Many of the newer RSS feed readers allow users to listen to podcasts.

First and foremost a Podcast is an MP3 file and all you need to play it is an MP3 player. There are multiple 100's of Millions of MP3 players out there - They are called computers. With the help of FREE software such as iTunes or Quicktime or Windows Media Player - You are already able to listen to a Podcast. You only need an iPod or other Mobile MP3 Player if you want to listen to a podcast while you are working out, driving to work or taking the dog for a walk....

1. Click the orange XML Button to open the XML file in your browser.

2. Follow the instructions from your favorite Podcatching Software (i.e. iPodder, iPodderX, Primetime, ...) for adding the feed (URL) to your list of Podcasts your are subscribed to.

Your computer will now automatically download new podcasts when they become available from the podcaster.

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Subscribe with iTunes, Google or Yahoo by clicking on the “Subscribe with…” button

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Have the podcast sent to you via email by clicking the “subscribe to the Adult Webmaster Podcast by Email” link and entering your email.

After the MP3 file (Podcast) is downloaded it is then automatically transferred to iTunes. There is no streaming with Podcasts. Podcasting was created to get away from Streaming. Streaming - by definition is playing an audio / video file as it downloads from the net -- Podcasting is downloading the file in the back ground fully before transferring it to a program (usually iTunes) where it can be played at the leisure of the listener.
You can also listen to each episode without subscribing by playing it on-site using the play button.

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