Ever feel like there are too many podcasts to choose from? If you’re like us, you probably have dozens of podcasts in the library on your smartphone, only to surf aimlessly for “something good” when you’re ready to listen. Stop the insanity! We list the top 100 podcasts in the US right here for you, with links to get started right away. We can also help you find the best places to listen to your favorite podcasts.
Many aspiring podcasters are intimidated by the prospect of editing their podcast episodes. They worry about how they will edit the audio or what tools they should use to do it. Well, there’s good news for you! There are so many approaches now that depend on your content, audience, and personal style. It’s time for you to stop worrying about editing podcasts. It’s simpler than it seems with the right approach and tool.
The podcasting trend continues to grow and for good reason. Podcasts are a low-cost way to share your thoughts and ideas with the world, gain new insights from others, and make valuable connections in your field of work. One of the most popular podcast types is remote podcast interviews where two or more people record their conversation over Skype or other video conferencing software. You can do remote podcast recording from anywhere you have internet access! In this article, we will go over some tips on how to put together a remote podcast.
Podcasting is one of the most popular ways to learn new things, especially younger generations who are used to watching videos on YouTube about practically everything. Teaching with podcasts lets teachers share information with students to help them understand important content and build skills at the same time.