Podcasting Production & Distribution


 

A podcast is a series of digital-media files, which are distributed over the Internet using syndication feeds for playback on portable media players and computers. The term podcast, like broadcast, can refer either to the series of content itself or to the method by which it is syndicated; the latter is also called podcasting. The host or author of a podcast is often called a podcaster.


An organizationís ability to provide a wide variety of resources is crucial in the digital arena.  Using tapes and VHS can be costly and difficult to produce and duplicate.  Digital technology offers the ability to make multiple productions at a minimum cost and effort.  With lower cost, changes are easier and production is an as-needed method.  No more storing unused productions, make only the materials you need and have them available for download with no cost for the production piece.

It is not just the ability to create a podcast, but the knowledge to know what should be part of it.  Being able to say what is effective either in audio, video or publication is critical to being successful. 

For more information, including pricing specific to your organization Contact Us Online or 256.504.2498.  You can take a look at our Portfolio for more samples of our latest work.

 

 

 

 

Why Use Netminister?

Because we not only talk about reaching more people for Christ, we do something about it.  We contribute to our local church, providing monies directly to the Cooperative Program - that helps missionaries out in the field with support.  That is not enough, we corporately support missionaries beyond just our contributions to the CP, by sponsoring a family directly.  Does your website company do that?  Might want to ask them.  And if they aren't, should your church really be supporting them?  So supporting Netminister is really supporting outreach and missions for people around the world. 

 

 

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