We have some exciting news this week. At first it may not sound like good news but it really is. Just be sure to watch Broacast Now on the TheTechBuzz.net on Tuesday afternoons.
This week we review the different streaming providers, the features and the pitfalls. We replay part of an episode of Church Technology where we review the providers.
Another quick one with some updates from the IBC show.
We have another quick show this week as we are still working on the studio, but we do
cover the upcoming IBC show in Amsterdam as well as the new Tricaster announcements from Newtek.
This week is a very quick show because we only talk about some of the changes that are going on in the studio, no new items this week as we continue to make changes.
This week is a mashup of a bunch of different topics, Mike shows a new video switching control surface he is working on, talks about some of the new shows that are coming up, social media and gives an update on monetizing your shows.
Some info on Youtube Live 1000 Subscriber limit being lowered to 100 Subs. Is that a good or bad thing? Let's discuss that. Also, some info on Google's Chromecast and how a video broadcaster can use it.
This week Mike talks about how to get involved in the Internet Broadcasting community and meet other broadcasters and talk some geek. This weeks episode is shorter than normal because Mike is technically on vacation.
This week we finally tell you about what we have been hinting about and introduce you to Alixa.tv. Also, we walk through how and what a Gate and Compressor is on your audio gear and what they do and how to set them. And we let you hear what they do too.
This week Mike apologizes for calling internet marketers scummy. We also talk about the new controls we are using for the show and continue down the monetization route.
This is our first week on the new workflow, we talk just a little about that before we get into our main topic, monetizing your podcast or videocast.
This week we are going to tip our toes into the video side of creating a podcast. We are going to show you 2 different pieces of hardware that can be used to get video into a computer. We also talk about some more of the changes that are going on in the studio.
This week we talk about some of the changes we have been making around the studio and start talking about how to distribute your podcast. Also, we talk some more about the audio vs video decision.
This week we have a short one, our plan to show the new connectivity with the Atem and Wirecast is not yet ready, but we still cover a couple of news items and upgrading your audio software to the next level. That is the next step in the next level for audio podcasting.
This week we talk about the when and how of upgrading to using a sound board instead of something like a USB mic or other audio input device, how to pick the right size and type of sound board for your needs and your budget.
Plus we have a few news items that we cover this week also.
This week we talk about some options for getting audio into your computer to broadcast it. No matter if you are broadcasting with video or just audio, you still have to have a way to get audio into your computer.
Last week we talked all about Microphones and this week we talk about how to get them into your computer. We start with a device that is less than $5 and work our way up.
BTW... If you think Mike’s right eye looks a little swollen, you would be correct. It is not a shiner from a fight, he was stung by a Honey Bee just above the right eye as he was putting them into their new home. But the show must go on!
This week we go in depth talking about different types of microphones, demonstrating the different types of microphones and much more.
We also continue our discussion on getting started with your podcast plus a few more items. Its a great time!
This week we are back in the studio. We talk about some of the changes that have happened since we last recorded. Also, we start on our first week of our intro to netcasting.
This week we review another app that allows you to use iphones and ipads to record multi camera and generate a complete switched video. The app has a weird name, it is called vizzywig.
This week we review an app designed for new Podcasters. It runs on both the iPad and iPhone. It has some pros and cons, take a look.