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Bossjock Studio: A podcasting powerhouse (Updated)

Last month I went on a short vacation, and decided I'd try to record the Daily Update podcast during my time off. My tool of choice at that time was GarageBand on the iPad, since it provides some great editing tools that work pretty well via the touch interface. Well, unfortunately one day into the...

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Samson's Go Mic: A capable and compact microphone for podcasting

As many of my TUAW TV Live pals and my co-workers at TUAW know very well, my wife and I love to travel. Since I need to stay productive while we're on the road, I've gotten into the habit of trying to do a lot of blogging from an iPad, and it works very well. When it comes to the podcasting...

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Daily Update for August 22, 2012

It's the TUAW Daily Update, your source for Apple news in a convenient audio format. You'll get all the top Apple stories of the day in three to five minutes for a quick review of what's happening in the Apple world. You can listen to today's Apple stories by clicking the inline player...

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Apple wins patent for "Techniques and systems for supporting podcasting"

The US Patent and Trademark Office granted Apple another handful of patents this week, according to Patently Apple. Among this group is a patent (US 8,245,924) that describes "Techniques and systems for supporting podcasting." These techniques include ways for "hosting, accessing, subscribing,...

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Padcaster and Lenscaster streamline iPad video production workflow

While iPhone photographers and videographers can add lights, lenses, and other accessories to their devices with special cases like the Phocus, those planning to use the iPad for video journalism, livestreaming, and filmmaking have been left out. That's about to change, with the imminent...

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iRig MIC Cast brings podcast recording to your pocket

IK Multimedia has just released the new iRig MIC Cast (US$39.99), a tiny plug-in microphone for iOS devices that promises to make recording podcasts anywhere a reality. The iRig MIC Cast is a little bit larger than a US quarter, with a gold-plated plug, an output port for monitoring recordings,...

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Wirecast Pro for Mac 4.1.3: A close look at a powerful webcasting tool

Over the past few weeks, I've been getting up to speed on using Telestream's Wirecast Pro for Mac to broadcast the weekly TUAW TV Live show. In this review, I'll describe some of the features of the latest version (4.1.3) of Wirecast Pro, and how it will be streamlining the production of the show....

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Are you free at 5 PM EDT? Join us for TUAW TV Live

OK, I know that because of the long holiday weekend in the United States, a lot of you are still convinced that today is Tuesday. However, a look at the calendar will show you that it is indeed Wednesday. That's the day of the week when your host Steve Sande fires up the lights, camera, and Ustream...

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Live at 5 PM EDT: TUAW TV Live with special guest Chuck Joiner

Starting in just a few minutes, it's TUAW TV Live with your host Steve Sande and special guest Chuck Joiner. As we mentioned in the teaser earlier today, Chuck is the top podcaster in the Apple universe, hosting MacVoices, MacNotables, and The MacJury to name a few. He's been involved with the Mac...

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TUAW TV Live: The after-vacation episode

TUAWloha, y'all. This episode of everybody's favorite hour-long Apple-fest should be a lot of fun. I've got some videos queued up and ready to roll, we'll talk about the Internet piracy on the high seas, and there's even a somewhat live hardware review planned. Of course, the topics of discussion...

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iPodcaStudio brings easy podcasting to the iPhone / iPod touch

Podcasting is an art best learned by experience. In order to be a good podcaster, it helps to have a good speaking voice, excellent topics to talk about (or fun guests), and equipment and software to assist you in recording and editing your podcast. It also helps to make a lot of mistakes, since...

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TUAW TV Live for January 20, 2010

Welcome back for another episode of TUAW TV Live! You can join in on the fun by clicking the "read more" link listed below, and then watching the live stream in the Ustream window. If you'd like to participate in the live chat, just use the chat window below the video to enter your thoughts,...

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Ask TUAW: Choosing an iPhone, used Mac disposal, wake from sleep, podcast software and more

Welcome back to Ask TUAW, our weekly troubleshooting Q&A column. This week we've got questions about getting an iPhone, disposing of old Macs, wake from sleep issues, exchanging a recent Mac purchase, podcast hardware and software, and more. As always, your suggestions and questions are...

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Quick and easy podcasting with an iPhone 3GS, GarageBand, and Posterous

I love podcasting. My first podcasts weren't really podcasts, just recordings that I made and uploaded to a website in the late 90's so that other people could listen to them. Unlike the podcasts we know and love today, there was no way to subscribe to all of the episodes that I recorded. When...

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Podcasting advice for the amateur or expert

There's no shortage of podcasting equipment out there for amateurs or professionals. These audio devices can range from a few bucks to a few thousand bucks, which sometimes makes it difficult to figure out exactly what equipment is best for you. Well, lucky for you Dan Benjamin at Hivelogic has...

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