We have decided to go with<> since it has a nice integration with Otter.a<>i's transcription service. Many of the other transcription services we have used for podcasting have been clunky, to say the least. Also, they do not charge for extra shows, if other departments decide they want to do a podcast. That is something that many podcast hosts do. I am happy to share our MoSCoW prioritization doc as well as our feature list review of the different platforms we looked at if you are interested.

Tammy Allgood Wolf
ASU Library
Arizona State University

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Subject: [CODE4LIB] Podcast Hosting

A question for libraries with Podcasting studios:  We have a new podcasting studio and recently received a question about where to upload podcasts.  Is there a recommended website for hosting podcasts?  Do you have your own server for hosting podcasts?  Are you able to embed podcasts on your website?


Jason Fleming
Information Technology Librarian
(910) 962-2675

University of North Carolina Wilmington
601 S. College Rd.
Wilmington, NC 28403-5616

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