This is a podcast site, home of free MP3 audio shows that you can listen to now on your computer by clicking on the MP3 icons below. Or, using podcasting client software such as Apple's iTunes, you can subscribe to our shows and have them downloaded automatically to your computer and optionally to your portable MP3 player whenever new shows become available.
Start by exploring the shows from Behind the Scenes on this page or explore other shows using the links on the left. When you find a show you want to subscribe to you have two choices. If you're using iTunes, simply click on the iTunes 1Click button on the upper left of the page to take you to the appropriate subscription page in iTunes and then click on the Subscribe button. If you're using another podcasting client, right-click (Control-click on the Mac with a one-button mouse) on the RSS Podcast button in the upper left and select "Copy Link" from the popup menu. Add a new podcast subscription in your client software and paste the link into the RSS field.
If you have questions feel free to use the email link on the left to contact a show host or TGN founder Craig Patchett. Thanks for visiting and God bless you!
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Two Behind the Scenes in two days...unbelievable! This is another 10-minute show with a walk-through of the podcasting features in the upcoming iTunes 4.9 release, as demonstrated by Steve Jobs at Apple's World-Wide Developers' Conference this past Monday.
Here are the screenshots that go along with it.
This is the podcasting home page at the iTunes Music Store. The box on the bottom left is "Categories" while the one on the far right is "Today's Top Podcasts." The links in the box on the top left are leftovers from the Music Store home page but I can't make out the combo box text. The three white rows in the middle of the page are similar to the ones in the Music Store home page. The top one is "New Releases" but I can't make out the other two.
The main information page for the Daily Source Code. Notice the subscription button and the fact that this podcast is free (implying that iTunes will support podcasts that aren't).
The Podcasts subscription playlist. Notice that each subscribed podcast can be expanded to show the shows available for that podcast. Each show has a button next to it allowing you to download older shows on demand.
Finally, here's the popup menu for Apple's New Music Tuesdays podcast, demonstrating chapters within a podcast, each of which has its own album art!