Everybody has a story. Ron’s is a powerful one. This is a first-ever live Podcast Seminary interview in Studio C Los Angeles (see the studio).
In this stirring and transparent discussion, we hear Ron’s story and how God helped him grow in his faith. He walks us through the winding road toward God and through the sometimes-smooth, sometimes-bumpy road of life in Christ. You’ll want to hear it. Be sure to share it with others who might be encouraged by Ron’s Story. We think you’re doing to love it!
Do you have a story? We want to hear about it. People want to read it! We are even willing to consider featuring your story on PodcastSeminary.com/blog in a future post like this one.
Connect with me through leaving a comment below or by going to the Contact page, and we’ll get started!
There are MANY options for playing podcasts— so you can enjoy them literally anywhere you are and anywhere you go.
But let’s take this one step at a time.
First, what is a “Podcast?”
What options do you have for enjoying podcasts?
The ways to use and enjoy podcast episodes are nearly endless. Seriously.
Want to listen to any of our classes on your home computer? No problem!
Want to view Podcast Seminary courses through your TV on Google Chromecast or Apple TV unit? Why not?
Maybe you want to go completely wireless and listen to our podcasts through your Bluetooth speaker outside at home, while showering, or at the beach. Nobody’s stopping you. Could this be true? Are Podcast Seminary Audio Courses truly that versatile? Absolutely.
In fact, there’s more.
All of our courses allow you to listen to sound doctrine and solid Christian teaching while in your car via AUX cable or by Bluetooth, or on Smart Phone and e-Reader browsers.
Concerned about the connectivity of your Microsoft, BlackBerry, or other device? No worries, connect easily with every imaginable digital media player, and with Microsoft, Android, or Apple Pads, and of course on your favorite Podcasting app or simply by headset.
The sky’s the limit. All you need to get started is to get a great podcast series and get going!
If you’re interested in filling the gaps in your Bible knowledge or to be equipped in your ministry, learn more about Podcast Seminary Audio Courses on podcast!
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According to International Podcast Day, “A “podcast” is sort of difficult to explain because there really isn’t anything else like it — but rather, many things that are kind of like it.”
They continue: “A good starting point, is to think of a podcast as “Internet Radio On-Demand.” It’s similar in that you can usually listen to it on your computer — but it’s more than that. [However, and not to confuse the issue, podcasting isn’t confined to just audio but can be video as well]. With the amount of content that podcasting provides, regular Broadcast Radio, or “Terrestrial Radio” — as they call it — simply can never compete. The AM and FM radio band only has so many channels. Consequently, radio stations “Broadcast” their content — meaning that they attempt to appeal to as broad of an audience as possible. Because, afterall, this is what advertisers are looking for. But podcasting, by contrast, is not necessarily hamstrung to advertising revenue like its broadcasting cousin. With its specific and specialized content, it is able to “narrowcast” to only those who choose to listen. So while a particular podcast’s audience may be considerably smaller than the audience of a broadcast, one could argue that the podcast’s audience is a much more targeted and interested in the content being delivered. So, in a way, Satellite Radio, with its ability to provide more channels than Broadcast Radio, takes a step towards podcasting — but still does not come close.”
Podcasts are “On Demand” and can be listened to on your schedule — not when a Radio Station decides to air it. So, it’s kind of like TiVo.”
BlogTalkRadio is an interactive social networking and online steaming webcast website. BlogTalkRadio is not only a place to listen to radio shows but a site where you can also broadcast your own show. BlogTalkRadio enables anyone, anywhere the ability to have their voice heard through their own broadcast show and the chance to interact with people from all over. The best thing is, BlogTalkRadio is FREE! With a free account you can broadcast one 30 minute show per day, with a limit of five live callers. Depending on what type of paid subscription you may choose to purchase, you can broadcast longer and field more calls. Besides creating your own radio show, you also have the ability to create your own blog/personal page. Here your page can be linked with your Facebook, Twitter, ITunes, and personal webpages. Besides using BlogTalkRadio for radio, BlogTalkRadio is a great place for advertising products through a show and through advertisement banners. Locating or Acquiring This Resource
BlogTalkRadio is accessed by visiting the website www.BlogTalkRadio.com. If only wanting to listen to broadcasts, all one needs to do is visit the website and search for whatever type or specific show he listens to. It is important to know that listening to a show depends on the scheduled time of broadcast. You may listen to and download broadcast archives depending on the availability of an episode. To broadcast your own show, one needs to sign up for an account. Depending on the type of access and broadcasting one wishes to do, there are different account types to choose from. You can also sign up for an account using your Facebook account as your way to access your BlogTalkRadio account. Using This Resource in Academic Teaching
BlogTalkRadio enables you to create an online class where students all over the world can watch and interact with the professor.
Because BlogTalkRadio connects with people all over the world, students have the ability to be exposed to a greater number of opinions and the possibility of interacting with others.
Students can broadcast their own projects with the possibility of not only teaching many but also receiving feedback.
The more a student or professor teaches on BlogTalkRadio the more exposure is possible, creating more opportunities for teaching.
Because BlogTalkRadio allows one to be connected with your personal social media accounts, the ability to make one’s learning both interactive, personal, and fun.
BlogTalkRadio allows students to present and discuss topics of whatever they choose. They can broadcast on their own topics without limitations.