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O’Reilly FooCast Podcast Posted

January 23rd, 2006 Posted in General Media / Stuff, Podcasts / Podcasting, producing

About two months ago I got an email from my friend Jack Herrington asking if I wanted to join him for a podcast session. Since I am always down to work with Jack it was a no brainier. It ends up that Jack had worked a deal with O’Reilly and KQED to allow us to use the KQED studio to record the session. A few days later I met up with Jack around 8pm and the next thing I know I am sitting in a brand new world-class recording facility to chat about audio production, podcasting and how we started Fake Science.

Jack mentioned that we would also be talking with Doug Kaye from the highly regarded IT Conversations. Doug has been running IT Conversations for around 2 years now and it is considered one of the premier and ground-breaking podcasts out there. It was a great experience to talk audio tech with Doug and what was most impressive about the conversation was that we were doing all remotely. He was patched into the studio with an ISDN line that allowed him to sound like he was in the same room as us. I have read about ISDN remote recording for a long time but it was a lot of fun to actually experience it first hand.

Jack has broken the night’s conversations into multiple segments. The interview with me about Fake Science called “Jack Herrington Interviews Founder of Fake Science”, and you can find the Doug Kaye conversations under the “Pioneer Podcasters Share Insider Tips” titles. Currently Part 1 and 2 of four are up. Check it out…

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