Group Podcasting

If you've ever wanted to do a group podcast without struggling with Skype and conference calls, then try this.

[an error occurred while processing this directive] gives your group a voice online. You (and anyone else) can record a voice clip online, and have the group hear it. You don't need to be together during the recording phase. Simply log-in and record your group podcast whenever and wherever you are.

The service is free, but if you would like to create a private group podcast, then they offer a non-free service.

Why would people want a private audio room? Perhaps you're an educator or a mentor who would like to limit the listenership. Maybe the class lecture is only for those who have paid for their class membership, for example.

Or perhaps you are discussing topics you'd rather not share with the entire web community.

If you check out various blogs, you'll find some with lively comments. It's quick and easy because it is both easy to write and read. The conversational exchange in group podcasts, on the other hand, is slower because you'll need to wait for the speaker to finish speaking before you get the gist of what they're trying to say.

You simply can't skim through audio. And it does take time before audio plays online, assuming the connection to YackPack does not get cut.

Still, if you're interested in a novel way of engaging in a global audio conversation online, try YackCasting.

[ First posted on 05/08/2006 by Manuel Viloria ]

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