A few loose ends to wrap up in this show before we jump into the inevitable iTunes 4.9 analysis. These are a few links I wanted to share that I've placed on a back burner for the past month or so while putting together the guerilla podcasting shows.
One thing I neglected to mention in the show itself: The Podcast Outlaws Network features podcasts that run the gamut in terms of content from a "G" rating to an "R" rating. I only vote on those shows with a "PG-13" rating or under and just because a show gets approved doesn't mean I voted for it. So if for some reason you're looking for shows with my seal of approval on them, The Podcast Outlaws Network is not going to give you that.
My link disclaimer: While I can guarantee all content on godcast.org to be family-safe I can make no such guarantees for content linked to outside the site. The initial page that I'm linking you to should be fine but other than that, as always on the web, proceed with caution!
The second of two shows talking about how to get great sound out of less than great equipment. This time we cover a few tips on how to sound natural, get rid of the "ums" and "uhs", and have your show flow smoothly without rambling or awkward pauses (or the need for lots of post-production). Combine the tips in this show with the ones in the previous show and you have everything you need to put together a great-sounding podcast without having to invest a lot of time and money in the process. Enjoy!
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