You've developed great content, executed a (near) flawless production, edited a masterpiece, and compressed it to a small file that works on an iPod … now what? Well, your podcast is ready to share with the world … so get it out there.

You'll need to place your podcast files on a file server that can be accessed from the Internet. You'll need to find a location that can handle the demands of large files and lots of requests. After all, podcasts are relatively large compared to typical files that are accessed with web browsers.


It is a good idea to check domain name availability when developing your podcast. You'll want ...

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