Podcasting Tools


Free 30 trial – Monthly Price after 30 days: $39.00

Why Choose BlogTalkRadio?

  • Broadcast to millions of people
  • Easy as making a phone call
  • Share via iTunes,
    Facebook and Twitter
  • Embed your show player
    on any website
  • No software to download or
    hardware to purchase


“Libsyn (Liberated Syndication) offers several levels of podcast syndication including storage space and an archive plan that promises to hold all your podcasts, unmetered bandwidth, and the ability to use your own domain, and more. Podcasting packages start at $5.00 per month
All podcasting packages include:

  • No contracts
  • Cost effective plans to meet your needs
  • Simple to change plans at any time
  • Generous file storage and transfer policies”


Podbean.com is an easy and powerful way to start podcasting

  • Easy to publish your podcast in 3 steps. No tech to learn.
  • Powerful promoting tools, iTunes Preview, Statistics.
  • Wonderful income chances with ads, paid subscriptions.
  • Basic Account is Free
  • Advanced Account is $4.95 per month

PodBean.com offers an easy way to publish your own audio and video podcast in 3 steps. There is not technology curve. You can share your podcast in Facebook, Myspace, Blogger, and other online destinations.


PodOmatic offers a basic free and pro option. Basic provides easy tools, 500MB of storage and 15GB of bandwidth per month. Pro has more features for about $10/month.

Has a free version


“mirPod is a Virtual Media Center online that gives you the oportunity to find rss, podcasts, radios, Tv, videos. You can enjoy the shows online or on a mobile phone. You can, of course, download contents for your favorite pod. We offer, free players and tools for podcasters and bloggers.”

“mirPod is a webpage which allows you to create code to embed a podcast on your own website. This is a point and click operation which requires no technical knowledge.”


About digitaltext

Digital Text Coordinator at Landmark College in Putney, VT; a 2 year college for students who learn differently.
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