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The Newscast About The Podcast

First came the Podcast about the Podcast from MIPTC contributor Mike Geoghegan on his own blog, MWGblog. MIPTC features Mike's podcasts as a part of our "Friday At The Movies" series.

Mike next followed his highly regarded podcast with the Podcast about the Podcast #2. It's been equally well received, and if you want to learn more about podcasting, it's a "must listen." Mike also features some great podcasting resources on his blog, aka "Reel Reviews." Take a visit and look around; Better yet, give a listen to his movie review podcasts. MIPTC features only a smattering of Mike's excellent work.

Just last week, Mike and his podcasts were recently featured in the Orange County Register, along with MIPTC on the article's second page. Now, you can read the newscast about the podcast.

I aspire to provide you with Mike's same sound quality in MIPTC's podcasts. First, though, I've been working on the vidcasts, which I've put on the shelf temporarily until I can get the lighting requirements down and the teleprompter activated. Plus, I've got an offer to use a highly sophisticated and computerized television studio, so it won't be long before MIPTC vidcasts are back up and running. Even though it was a blast to get started, the quality wasn't what it should have been.

Vidcasts will be back soon, and meanwhile, you can enjoy MIPTC's podcasts. Even better, you can join us at our next OC podcaster's meeting and learn even more.

Look at it this way: it's cheaper than the $249 to $375 cost you'd have to pay to attend this seminar.1

Footnote

1 Now, admittedly, you'll learn a few other things in that seminar, but it was odd to find out that someone else is giving seminars and using MIPTC as an example. back

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