What is a Podcast?

October 23, 2006 at 3:43 am 19 comments

Listening to Genealogy ON DEMAND

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To keep it simple, a podcast is an audio or video file. What makes these files special is that you can subscribe and receive automatic updates. But you do not need to subscribe to listen.



To listen you can:

  • Go to the player and click the play button.
  • Go to the player and click the “MP3 File” link below to download.
  • Save the audio file on any MP3 player.
  • Go to iTunes Store location and double click on episode.

Using iTunes:

  • Download iTunes. iTunes is free software which allows you to play audio and video files. To subscribe you must have this software. To download go to: http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/
  • Search the iTunes Store for free Genealogy ON DEMAND.
  • You DO NOT have to subscribe or have iTunes to listen to Genealogy ON DEMAND.
  • If you want to listen right now simply click the play button on the player below. Use the MP3 File link to download the file to your computer and MP3 player.

Leave a comment/question here or email the show genealogyondemand@gmail.com


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