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Take Control of Podcasting on the Mac, 3rd Edition by Andy Williams Affleck

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Host Your Podcast

Podcasters generally host their shows on Web logs, or blogs. Episodes might be a part of a larger blog where some entries are articles and others are recordings, or they may be on a blog all about the podcast that only contains recordings. There are many options for hosting your podcast’s blog, but let’s lay some groundwork first.

Understand Bandwidth Costs

Moving bits costs money. The site or service that hosts your podcasts pays money per megabyte, gigabyte, or terabyte per month (or by their peak bits per second) for pushing data out from their network. Most hosting companies pass that cost along to their customers—meaning you—in some way. Before you upload your show and get it out there, be aware of your hosting company’s ...

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