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Podchat #2: Jamie Davis of ProMed Network [Transcript]

Transcript of Episode 2 with Jamie Davis – @Podmedic. He produces several medical shows and also goes to confrences like EMS expo to live stream and get content. We talk about podcasting to this niche.   RecordAPodcast In two weeks we have a real special guest joining us. She started a podcast channel. More info to come next week! #podchat-8:04 PM Nov 27th, 2012    RecordAPodcast Thanks to @techpodcasts #CES13 live stream for sponsoring. See everyone next week when @Loumongello joins us#podchat -8:03 PM Nov 27th, 2012    podmedic RT @RecordAPodcast: Thanks to @Podmedic for chatting with us tonight. Remember to follow our guests on #Twitter. #podchat-8:03 PM Nov 27th, 2012    RecordAPodcast Feel free to...

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Add Your Own Thumbnail to YouTube Videos [How-To]

For the longest time YouTube only allowed partners to create a special thumbnail for their videos. It really gave a unfair advantage to others trying to build their videos on the YouTube platform. Now that its changing we can all partake in creating eye-catching images for YouTube and for our websites – especially if you host outside of Youtube as well. You may not have this ability just yet as they are slowly rolling out the process. When you do get it, you will see a “Choose Thumbnail” option pop up in your edit screen. I have two hosts –...

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This Royalty Free Album Isn’t Really Royalty Free

I try to look for music that I can use for my audio and video podcasts. Earlier this year, I bought an album to add to my royalty free music list – called 75 Full True Royalties Free Song (From Chillout to Techno Free Use Music Album). I looked at a couple sources and it said this was royalty free music. Two weeks ago, I decided to use a couple tracks from this library for a new production. The songs were great and they fit in. I was happy with the results and finalized the video for upload to sources...

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Blip.tv Hosts Video Podcasts

Blip.tv is a great way to get beyond the YouTube audience. Blip is a site that hosts your video and also re-aggregates it to other services. They offer full RSS feeds, opportunities to download your media and conversion of your videos to work on mobile media and mp3. Blip offers two levels of service – Free, and Pro. The pro version comes out to about $100 a year, so it’s really cheap to host your videos. The Pro version allows you to convert your video to LD, SD, MP3 and HD720 modes. This will allows the videos to play on...