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Know the difference between live broadcasting, private recording, and uploading
Know the difference between live broadcasting, private recording, and uploading

Choose your production workflow

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Written by Amy Domestico
Updated over a week ago


Podcasters use a variety of production workflows in our studio. Some hosts mimic terrestrial radio by creating live broadcasts that are made available for on-demand listening and then published after the live stream is over. Our platform automatically syndicates the recording to your BlogTalkRadio RSS feed, iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, and other podcatchers. This option allows hosts to mimic the live shared experience aspect of traditional radio on the web, but in bite sized chunks so people don’t tire of your programming. After all, few people would tune in to ONE show for more than two hours these days.

Some podcasters adopt a private recording workflow that allows them to record full episodes or individual segments, download the recordings, edit them offline, and then re-upload the footage for syndication. Others bypass the use of our studio entirely and take advantage of our unlimited hosting and one-click syndication by uploading their episodes.

We’ve written this guide to help you choose the best production workflow for your show.

By the end of this guide, you'll be able to:

  1. Broadcast live and distribute your show automatically

  2. Record full episodes in private mode

  3. Record individual segments and interviews in private mode

  4. Skip the studio by uploading pre-produced shows (with unlimited hosting)


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