019 Experiment On Keyword Algorithm For Podcast Episodes In iTunes, The Truth About New And Noteworthy And Editing Your Categories in Libsyn 4
Quick Episode Summary:
- Intro :11
- 6 Foot Mama Promo 2:40
- On the Libsyn Blog 3:10
- Shout out to The Business Side of Music
- Great comment about Adam Carolla and the patent troll from Max Flight
- Small Business IT Show 8:14
- The awesome conversation over on the Libsyn blog about co-hosts 8:44
- The Scifi Diner Podcast Promo 11:22
- Rob and Elsie Conversation 11:56
- The newest update to Libsyn4 – editing categories!
- Rob’s recap of NAB – all about Skype TX
- How to listen to podcasts from Eric and Stacey
- Jon from KB Insider asks about audio editing software for a PC
- Question from a listener about your back catalogue
- Traffic from bogus bots? via Danny Pena from Gamertag Radio
- Question about keywords within episodes via Ashley from Swiftcast
- The real time frame of those featured in New and Noteworthy (not what you think)
- Request for getting the stats out about the non-anglo countries of Marian Pierre Louis
- Not saying music is podsafe if you have music podcast and getting rejected from iTunes
- Update on the RECAP to record iOS
- Where have Rob and Elsie been in the podosphere
Featured Podcast Promos + Audio
Newest Articles on the Libsyn Blog, Podcasting Links and mentions
- Rockin’ Libsyn Podcasts: The Outlaws of Health Show
- Rockin’ Libsyn Podcasts: aBabe Music Podcast
- Tom Sabella from The Business Side of Music
- Mac Flight from The Airplane Geeks Podcast
Full comment re: Adam Carolla: “The Mark Maron and Adam Carolla piece really concerned me. Carolla showed how little he knows about patent litigation – which is a surprise, given his situation.
There is no “loophole” being exploited, as they claimed several times. This is exactly how it works in the U.S. where you can own a patent like any other piece of property. You don’t have to be the inventor and you don’t have to actually create anything based on the patent.
Typically, patent trolls are entities who buy patents from patent holders (usually the inventor, but not necessarily) for the express purpose of squeezing license fees out of others. It’s not extortion. It’s how the law works.
In this case, the patent holder is the inventor, which is why some feet the “troll” moniker is a little forced in this case.
Carolla seems to think our collective indignation gives us the power to prevail in this case. Maybe it makes him feel better, but that’s not how its done.
There are two main routes to a solution: (1) Winning the court case, typically by invalidating the patent (arguing prior art or that the idea is an obvious extension of something else), or (2) enacting legislation that removes the plaintiff’s ability (or desire) to prosecute.
That’s it. Running around saying “this is terrible” is wasted energy unless it’s directed at those two paths above.
Oh, and the reason for the case being tried in that East Texas Court is that they have a long history of being pro-plaintiff in patent litigation. Some Troll companies have even set up offices there to be close to the Court. Every good Patent Troll knows to bring suit there because the success rate is high and so are the awards.
Don’t get me wrong – I believe the patent system in the U.S. is seriously broken, and we podcasters, like many others, are feeling the pain of that. But if you want to do something effective to change that, either send your money to the EFF or lobby your Federal representatives to change patent law, or both.
Moaning about how wrong it is will not accomplish anything. We have to play the game to change the game.”
Podcasting Articles and Links mentioned by Rob and Elsie
- Our SpeakPipe Feedback page! Leave us feedback 🙂
- Libsyn on Facebook!
- If you have a co-host what is your workflow?
- Skype TX
- Frankeskype set up for iOS
- Eric and Stacey Talking Rubbish – How To Listen
- Jon asks about audio editing software
- Possible traffic from bogus bots! via Danny Pena from Gamertag Radio
- Question about keywords in your podcast episodes via Andrea from the Swiftcast
- Request to share numbers of non English speaking countries consuming podcasts via Marian Pierre Louis from Fieldstone Common
- Uptaded RECAP
- Rob on Clark Buckner’s show Technology Advice Podcast
- Rob on Podcasting 101 on why every podcaster needs an app
- Elsie on the Yogahealer Podcast: Yoga Teachers Gone Techie Part 2
- Elsie on the Gass House Podcast
- Rob’s tutorial on moving off of your WordPress feed onto the Libsyn feed – email him at rob(at)libsyn(dot)com!
- The Podcast Movement accomodations!
- The first UK Podcasting Conference will be in Birmingham this summer!
Podcasting Audio Editing Software List for PC (Windows)
- Adobe Audition $19.99 per month
- Propaganda $49.95 on time fee.
- Pro-Tools from Avid $699
- Reaper Has a 30 day trial $225: full commercial license. $60 discounted license. You may use the discounted license if any of the following is true: you are an individual, using REAPER only for personal use. You are an individual or business, using REAPER for commercial use, and the yearly gross revenue does not exceed USD $20,000. You are an educational or non-profit organization.
- Vegas Pro $599.95
- SoundForge Audio Studio $59.99
- Cakewalk Sonar different versions starting at $99 and up
- Logic pro is only for mac but Sony ACID Pro is for Windows and it starts at $149.99
- PodProducer free!!!
- Gold Wave. One year license is $19 Lifetime license is $59
- Studio One $99.95 & 199.95 different versions
- Cool Edit Pro which is now Adobe Audition
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