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Powerful Audio Podcast

Audio Podcasting that Works

Audio Podcasting is a service that allows your followers to pull audio files from your website to listen to on their computers or personal digital audio players.

The term comes from a combination of the words iPod (a personal digital audio player made by Apple) and broadcasting. 

How is Audio Podcast Better

Unlike Internet radio, users don’t have to ‘tune in’ to a particular broadcast. Instead, they download the podcast on demand or subscribe via an RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed, which automatically downloads the podcast to their computers.

This service is available as part of UMS Digital‘s online content management service as a Stand-alone service. If you do not have personal website, you can subscribe to MyPodcasts service.


Podcast Subscription

Podcasting uses a subscription model, whereby new episodes automatically download to the user’s computer, mobile app, or a portable media player like and iPod.

Podcast File Types

The files distributed are in audio format, but may sometimes include other file formats such as PDF or EPUB. Videos shared following a podcast model are sometimes called video podcasts, vodcasts or vlogs.

Podcast in Ghana

Podcasts are very common in Ghana, Africa today. Podcasts are used by particularly by Churches, Authors and Speakers, Radio Stations, and Bloggers. There is however vast untapped potential with regards to the use of podcasts in the sub region.

Podcasts here to Stay

With UMS Digital’s great experience in Audio Visual services in Ghana and beyond, we have seen a shift from Audio Plates to Cassettes, then to CDs and now to digital audios streamed online and downloaded to mobile devices.

UMS Digital Podcast Service

Subscribe to UMS Digital’s management services and take advantage of the Audio Podcast service. Your target audience will be able to listen to your audios and download them. Subscribing to your channel, they would receive notifications whenever you provide any new content.

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