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New Media Resources (Gaythwaite)

What is Radio and Podcasting

What is a Podcast RSS Feed?

  • An RSS, Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary, is part of a group of web feed formats. The RSS feeds for podcasts eliminates the need for users to manually upload updated content across each platform. Instead, podcast directories consistently monitor RSS feeds and display the new information as it’s added to the feed.

    Most podcasters use a podcast hosting provider to create their RSS feed. After recording and editing an episode, you need to upload and store your mp3 file to a podcast hosting provider. The service acts as a warehouse, holding all of your audio files and podcast information in one secure space. All you have to do is create new episodes, upload them to your host, and all of those connected platforms get your new episodes posted and distributed to subscribers. Some hosting sites include Buzzsprout, Spreaker, Podbean or Spotify.

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Podcast Equipment & Apps

Valencia Digital Media Website

Stephen Stull, Senior Lab Instructor

Tel: 407-582-2570

Dominic DiPaoloProgram Chair


John Pearce, Manager, Valencia College Radio

Valencia College Radio Station (3 people) SAE-111

  • The Vault (1Person): 1-153
  • The Cave (1 Person): 1-147
  • Digital Media Lab: 1-152
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