Podcast Tips: Behind the scenes of CNET podcasts

Today's Buzz Out Loud ended and I found myself hanging out in the studio with the live chat. All it took was a single question from someone about podcasting at CNET and I proceeded to spill the beans on everything we do behind the scenes of your favorite

Today's Buzz Out Loud ended and I found myself hanging out in the studio with the live chat. All it took was a single question from someone about podcasting and I proceeded to spill the beans on everything we do behind the scenes of your favorite CNET podcasts.

I've had a lot of people ask me to explain the ins and outs of podcasting here at CNET. If you've ever wondered what kind of technology we use to create our shows, from hardware to software, you might want to check out this walk through.

I also detail how one might start a new podcast from scratch. If you have an hour to kill, check out the Ustream video and skip to the one-hour point. I hope you enjoy the behind-the-scenes look!




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