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Podcasting provides a dynamic method of distributing audio-based digital content. Distinct from standard downloads or real-time streaming, podcasting is unique in its subscription-based model. This setup allows for new content to be automatically delivered to subscribers, providing a continuous stream of fresh material.

Typically, a podcast revolves around a specific theme or "show" format, with new episodes released either periodically or according to a schedule. Podcast networks also host multiple shows within a single feed for wider content variety. For more detailed information about podcasting and a general overview of what a podcast is, please visit

Creating Your Podcast

Podcasting creation can be achieved through various methods. Portable recording devices, which simplify the process, are available for loan from Instructional Technologies. We also offer the opportunity to record additional events and lectures specifically for podcasting.

To learn more about crafting and publishing your podcasts, we invite you to request our services and meet to discuss your goals. 

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Event Recording

Multimedia Technologies can record events on campus for use in class, in Blackboard, on YouTube or delivered via Mediasite.  If you would like your event or class recorded please complete our "Request for Media Recording" form.

Record Lectures From Your Desktop

MyMediasite allows you to quickly and easily record and distribute a video or lecture from your laptop or even your iPhone! Read more about it here or contact Michael Gallo (9-8975) in Multimedia Technologies for more information.