Making a podcast is fairly simple. All you need is a computer or smartphone, software to record your presentation and a connection to upload it to the Internet. If you’re looking to reach a wide audience, there are multiple sites that make podcasts available to listeners, including iTunes. You can buy software packages that also enable you to edit podcasts, add sound effects or store past podcasts for you to use later. Editing improves the quality of your finished podcast, but it does take more work.
Disadvantage: Loss of Control
Like any other digital medium, podcasts are easy to share. If you use someone else’s copyrighted material in your podcast, you have to take steps to protect it against unauthorized copying and file sharing. When it’s your own copyrighted material, the same problem applies unless you’re okay with it being passed around. If your vodcast to employees includes confidential company material, anyone who accesses it can learn information about your business you’d rather keep secret.
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