Law and Disorder Radio

Podcasting Law and Disorder

Subscribe to our Free Podcast Here

1) Get Pod-catching Software. We recommend Juice (formerly known as iPodder) – it’s free and works on all computers.

2) “Subscribe” to Law and Disorder : Copy this URL http://feeds.feedburner.com/lawanddisorder

and paste it into Juice.

3) Schedule Juice to download shows automatically.

4) Listen:

Non-iPod users: Once Juice downloads a show, you can then play it in your media player on your computer, or load it into your portable media player, just like any other mp3.

iPod users: We recommend iTunes, which now includes podcasting. iTunes passes podcasts to your iPod just like any other mp3s. (We will be on iTunes very soon.)

What IS Podcasting?

( from Wikipedia)

“Podcasting is a method of publishing via the Internet, allowing users to subscribe to a feed of new files (usually mp3s). It became popular in late 2004, largely to automate downloading of audio onto portable players or personal computers.

The word ‘podcasting’ can be misleading since neither podcasting nor listening to podcasts requires an iPod or any portable music player. Any digital audio player or computer with audio-playing software can play podcasts.

Podcasting is distinct from other types of online media delivery because of its subscription model, which uses the RSS 2.0 XML (or RDF XML) format to deliver an enclosed file. Podcasting gives broadcast radio programs a new distribution method. You may subscribe to feeds using ‘podcatching’ software, which periodically checks for and downloads new content automatically.”

What is RSS?

RSS is an acronym for “Really Simple Syndication.” If you open our podcast (RSS feed) in your web browser, it looks like a bunch of gobbledygook.

Let us know if you have any problems – brickforest (at) verizon (dot) net.

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