DC 104 – Making An MTG Podcast Part 3
It’s Wednesday, and the 2nd of the three shows that are coming out this week is the 3rd part of Making An MTG Podcast.
In this episode, I talk about getting it all together and actually starting out on the podcasting road. Knowing about software, hardware and technques is fine, but how do you actually start? I also go over things like getting a website and audio file hosting, both of which can be done for free!
As always if you have any comments, suggestions or just want to let me know about your new podcast, please shoot an email to email@example.com. Also, crash over to the DC Forums for Magic-related chat and another place where you can tell everyone about your podcast!
You’ll also find DC playing in the social stadium at Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Flickr, and don’t forget to send in your audio question, comment or shoutout to firstname.lastname@example.org via Vocaroo.com or WeTransfer.
Thanks for listening!
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