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I am looking for advice for both a listener and a producer (webradio station). First, what are the best programs for listeners who want to start getting on the Podcast ...
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    I am looking for advice on podcasting and bittorrent


    I am looking for advice for both a listener and a producer (webradio station).

    First, what are the best programs for listeners who want to start getting on the Podcast download bandwagon (preferably with the bittorent ability mentioned below)? Also what is the best way to find various podcasts?

    Secondly, I know a little grass roots Alaska radio/webradio station that is interested in podcasting but also wants to address bandwidth issues. So, are there Podcast programs for producers that incorporate the bittorent concept or ability? Also, what is the better (free, opensource) programs for a producer who wants to distribute shows? Any other advice on these topics are greatly appreciated.
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    Also need a good media player that plays on both Linux and Windows, preferably with MP3pro ability. Unfortunately few stations I listen to have gotten on the Ogg Vorbis bandwagon.
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    I went to XMMS and it didn't have a windows download. Is that hosted somewhere else?
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    there is a program called winamp that operates much the same, and i have heard that they were once based on the same source, now they are quite split, but you shouldnt have any serious problems
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