I'm a fan of Lynda.com, Lynda Weinman's online audio/visual tutorial site. Although my recent schedule means I have to adjudicate what I can spend my "free" time on, I always take a peek at Lynda's newsletter. Just received yesterday:
Do you want to create a podcast, but aren't sure where to begin? Are you already dabbling, but want to delve into the finer points? Podcast and Videocast Essential Training with Garrick Chow covers the two most popular free applications for creating and publishing a podcast—iTunes and Juice. Chow takes you through hardware and software requirements, planning a broadcast, recording, editing, and posting your files for download. He also explores videocasting software and hardware and basic broadcasting techniques, as well as valuable recording, editing, and publishing tips. Exercise files accompany the training videos, allowing you to follow along and learn at your own pace.
Sounds great to me. And, even though I can't drop everything to watch this now, I know it's available at Lynda.com for when that time comes. Which I assume it will.
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