Podcasts
Podcasts

Carter Center Podcasts on iTunes

What is a podcast?

The term "podcast" can refer to the file or the method for distributing the file.  Generally, a podcast consists of an audio or video file being distributed over the Internet using RSS or Atom syndication formats.  You can listen or watch a podcast on your computer or media device.


A podcast is like a show.  Usually it has new episodes that are released sporadically or at regular intervals.  There are even podcast networks that feature multiple shows.

 

How do I access podcasts?

You can subscibe to a podcast feed or you can download individual episodes to your computer.


Subscribe to a podcast

In order to subscribe to a podcast, you need software that will download the most recent episode of a podcast that you are subscribed to. The most common "podcatchers" are iTunes and Juice (formerly known as iPodder).


You can find podcasts by searching using your podcatcher software.  You can also subscribe to feeds by visiting the site hosting the feed and copying and pasting the feed URL into your software.  Different podcatchers have different methods for subscribing to podcasts, so see the instructions for help on subscribing to a podcast.


    

The Carter Center (video)
http://www.cartercenter.org/resources/media/podcasts/new/video.xml

 

The Carter Center (audio)
http://www.cartercenter.org/resources/media/podcasts/new/audio.xml


If you already have iTunes on your computer, these links will take you directly to the Carter Center podcast pages:

    Video


   Audio
  

 

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If you already have iTunes on your computer, these links will take you directly to the Carter Center podcast pages:


 


Subscribe: Video


 


Subscribe: Audio