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Listen in while our hosts Paul Colligan from Paul Colligans Blog, P. Dilly from Podcast Pickle, David Jackson from The School Of Podcasting and Robert Walch from Podcast411 talk podcasting in a round table discusion. The show includes guest interviews, news and podcast talk.

Customer Reviews

Good content, horrible production values

As another reviewer pointed out, this is a great idea for a show but the sound quality is horrendous. Which is surprising, because the hosts should know better. All four current hosts have been around podcasting for years and having the technical ability (and equipment) to produce quality recordings. For some reason, however, they've chosen to produce this show so that it sounds like a telephone conference call. They could just as easily record each host with their podcasting gear and then have an intern or listener edit the four voices together to create the impression that they're all in a studio together. In addition to the poor sound quality, professionalism takes a back seat at times. For example, one of the hosts recently had his infant son in his lap while recording, which was cute until the baby's fussing became louder than the host's talking and the host waited (along with the listeners) until the baby calmed down. Apparently the show doesn't believe in editing (another use for an intern) or issues like this and the excessive length of each episode could be resolved. If the sound quality issues were resolved and the show took itself more seriously it would easily rate 4 or 5 stars. As is, the most I can give it is 2 stars.

The best information on current podcasting topics

Not only do you have some of the most influential podcasting figures talking about podcasting, they're also kinda funny. In a goofy sort of way. Out of all the podcasts about podcasting, there's only two that you need to have. This one and Podcast411.

Informative and occasionally even amusing

I have been finding the interviews with the various players and emerging podcasters and producers to be quite helpful in keeping up with what's going on the podosphere. I recommend it to podcasters and others who want to be in the know.

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