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10+ Podcasting Resources, Tools and Services


By Stephanie Ciccarelli

March 12, 2008

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Podcasting continues to grow at an incredible rate. The listening audience is increasing in size, and along that comes growth in advertising spending tied to podcasts.

If you haven't taken a moment to get caught up on one of the fastest growing areas of technology, now's your chance.

Today, you'll find a list of hand-picked podcasting resources, software tools, tutorials and services to help you create a podcast of your very own or be prepared when a client approaches you with a podcasting project.

Podcasting Resources

Brief History of Podcasting

Free Podcasting Kit for Small Business

PodcastingNews' Huge List of Podcasting Resources

24 Sources of Podcasting Statistics and Market Research

eMarketer Report: Podcasting Continues to Grow

Podcasting Tools

Apple GarageBand Recording Software

10 Tips for Editing with GarageBand Audio Recording Software

Abode Audition Audio Recording Software

ProTools Recording Software

Podcasting Services

Listen to voice talent who provide podcast recordings

Search voice talent who offer podcasting services

Post a job and hire a professional voice talent to record your podcast

Podcast Favorites

LearnOutLoud - Internet's first directory for podcasts you can learn from

TWiT - This Week in Technology with Leo Laporte

1to1 on the Run podcast

Manager Tools Podcast by Michael Auzenne

43 Folders Podcast with Merlin Mann

Voice Over Experts provides free voice over training by the industry's top instructors

Any Favorites of Your Own?

If you've got a favorite podcast, found a great resource or want to share your podcasting software of choice, add your comments below.

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    My favorite VO podcast was Avi Melman's Cartoon VO Podcast. It was originally intended to be a once or twice a month podcast in which Melman interviewed a cartoon voice actor. However, Melman told me last year that his engineer had become too busy to produce the podcast regularly, so the new podcasts are few and far between. They are still very informative and entertaining, especially for someone like me who has dreamt of doing cartoon work since he was a child.

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    • Jerome Santucci
    • March 12, 2008 2:23 PM

      Hi! Your Vox Daily today gave several links to voice talents who do podcasts, so I thought I'd check them out. Instead of hearing podcasts when I clicked on the demo next to the name, I got spots, audio books, narration, characters, and maybe one or two podcasts. I thought these also might be podcasts that voiceover artists did for themselves to attract business, but that wasn't the case, either. Out of the 20 or 30 I listened to, there was one talent who had her own podcast. The rest were just demos.

      Sooo....I'm just passing this information along in case somebody else wants to listen and has the same frustration that I had. There were also plenty of voices who have podcast demos who didn't make your list!

      Thanks--you guys are always so responsive to comments and questions. We appreciate you.

      Robin Rowan

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      • Robin Rowan
      • March 13, 2008 11:24 AM

        Thanks for the great article and the resource link information Stephanie!

        Although Podcasting itself isn't exactly profitable, it is a great creative release.

        In addition to my Tuning In With Wayne Henderson podcast, at whpodcast.com , that I have producing since 2005, I now have a Voice-over related podcast. The Voice-Over Journey Podcast can be found in iTunes

        Thanks again,


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          My husband and I do a podcast that is not educational or politically correct. It is however, extremely entertaining and a great source of hot new rock music. It's called Music To Kill Yourself To and can be downloaded/listened to at http://feedproxy.google.com/MusicToKillYourselfTo
          *Please note: MTKYT is not intended to be enjoyed by children or adults with no sense of humor.

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