Who are my viewers?

Hey, if you view this blog regularly, who are you, what do you do, do you have a blog? Just curious to see who are my listeners and looking for some feed back on the website. I am always welcome to comments, suggestions, etc… This site is for you, the podcasting community!!!

-jeff

7 Responses to “Who are my viewers?”

  1. Chad says:

    Hello- I wouldn’t call myself a regular, but I stop by once in awhile. I podcast myself, about nothing in paticular, just audio ramblings. I also run a website that streams podcasts 24/7.

    Later
    Chad

  2. Alan Joyce says:

    I stop by once in a while, and often find a lot of helpful podcast-related stuff when I do. I run http://everythingdigital.org and the EverythingDigital Podcast.

  3. Jeff O'Hara says:

    Alan, glad you stop by. I love the everythingdigital.org podcast and blog. Keep up the good work and keep coming back.

    -jeff
    The iPodder Documentation Project

  4. Rick Woods says:

    Hey… stop in now and again… bit of an old hand these days it seems, now I want to know everything I missed out on over the last few years… (long story, behind the tech curve for a little bit). Neeeeeed a good resource for OPML and XML in general. Working on finding hosting for my podcast, don’t want to torrent it. Any suggestions?

  5. Jeff O'Hara says:

    There are many cheap hosting companies these days. I know some people who are using bluehost.com and dinix.com. I like hosts that do vps/vds, basically it’s a virtual server with root access. As far opml resources check out opml.org and for xml resources check out xml.com. Just use google and you’ll find a plethera of resouces.

    -jeff

  6. steve gordon says:

    I host an Internet Radio show (the Future of the Music Business on myrealbroadcast.com and digitalmusicnews.com) and am seeking people to interview about podcasting.

    stevegordonlaw1@aol.com
    stevegordonlaw.com

  7. Hi, Jeff,

    Very interesting site… as a terrestrial radio broadcaster, see podcasting as a great compliment to what my station accomplishes… in fact, am currently working on two projects: running my station USING an iPod via XLR connections… have already broadcast individual tracks this way… and, if I have already paid my ASCAP and BMI license fees for terrestrial radio, and then take the one hour shows and podcast them, I believe there is no royalty conflict. However, am not a lawyer, just someone who has been in the multimedia environs for more than 25 years… would love the original shows we broadcast to be podcastable for others… thanks for all of your work! And now, the hunt for a SOLID podcast website host continues…