Podcasting is basically on-demand audio. It’s similar to a radio show except it’s satisfying someone’s specific need.
Podcasts also have several similar qualities according to James Cridland from the website Podnews…
A podcast is an audio file, available to download, and distributed via an RSS feed – just to name a few. But what does this all practically mean? And how does it all work? I hope to clarify this and more for you in today’s episode.
Generally speaking, a podcast is an audio file that is then uploaded to a media host.
Podcasts also typically have a home–like a website–that you can send your listeners to for show notes, resources, etc.
Lastly, they are available to be openly distributed across a variety of platforms and apps. So, if you’re new to podcasting or curious about how a podcast differs from other forms of media, this is the show for you.