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#1 posted 03-24-2007 07:15 PM

Ditto to Marc’s comments about charging for a podcast. I do remember a show that was charging it’s listeners to download the show, but I don’t think it’s up anymore. Podcasts are just fun and a great way to meet people. Even if you’re show has similarities to another one, people like variety and another perspective on a subject is always welcomed. I started mine because I enjoyed the sound of my own voice and wanted to share it with others…I mean…I started mine because there really weren’t any others out there at the time. This plays into the niche idea of podcasting. There were “tool” shows but nothing specifically about using them in a woodshop. Once you’re audience starts building, and it will build, then you’ll have an opportunity to go out and talk to the sponsors. But just get your feet wet, you can always make changes as the show evolves. That’s why I’m currently auditioning the “Mattettes” to surround me both in the studio and while I’m driving around town.

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