What is a Podcast?   A podcast is an audio program that's posted to a website and is made available for download so people can listen to it on personal computers or mobile devices.

Would you like to have new episodes of Kootenay Coop Radio programmes delivered to your computer or media player as they become available? Then you need to subscribe to a Kootenay Coop Radio podcast.

Subscribing to a Kootenay Coop Radio podcast means that your podcast aggregator program (for example: iTunes, Juice, Doppler) automatically downloads the latest episode to your computer as an MP3 file. Exactly when it does that depends on how you've configured your podcast program's settings. Once you have the MP3, you can listen to it even when you're not online. You can also pop the file onto an iPod or other portable MP3 player and take it with you anywhere you go.

You need to install a podcast program on your computer, tell it about a podcast feed you want to subscribe to, it will check to see when a new episode is available, and will download the file to your computer.

Step 1: Get A Podcasting Program

To get started, you will need to install a podcasting program, a number of which are freely available - iTunes, Juice, Doppler, and current versions of browsers will work.

Step 2: Subscribe to a Kootenay Coop Radio Podcast Feed

Once you have downloaded and installed a podcast program, you will need to add a Kootenay Coop Radio podcast feed. To see which a Kootenay Coop Radio programs are available as podcasts go here


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