ESPN podcasts on iTunes will include daily interviews and commentary from ESPN Radio shows Mike and Mike in the Morning, the Herd with Colin Cowherd, The Dan Patrick Show and The Sports Bash with Erik Kuselias.ESPN.com will also provide a mix of voices like Eric Karabell on fantasy sports, Dan Shanoff, Howie Schwab, Gene Wojciechowski as well as fan opinion from SportsNation. The funniest and most interesting daily sound bites from the world of sports will also be available.
What is Podcasting?
Podcasting is the latest in on-the-go, on-demand technology. With podcasting, you can listen to radio programs or events whenever and wherever you choose. Podcasts are MP3 audio files that are automatically downloaded to your personal computer, and then transferred to an iPod or other MP3 player using a podcasting application.
What equipment do I need?
The basic requirements for podcasting are a computer (PC or Mac), podcasting software (see list of options) and an Internet connection. For portability, an iPod or other MP3 player is needed.
How do I get started?
Simply download and install podcasting software onto your computer. Although applications vary, each should provide instructions on how to add podcast feeds to your list. Then, just check for the new podcasts and MP3s of your selected programs that will be on your computer and, if you are set up, on your MP3 player.
Downloads and Resources:
iTunes: Free podcasting software (PC and Mac)
iPodder: Free podcasting software (PC)
jPodder: Free podcasting software (PC)
iPodderX: Free podcasting software (Mac)
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