Podcasts

Podcast FAQs

What is a podcast?

A podcast is an audio or video file that you can download from the Internet via an automatic "feed," such as an RSS feed. You can listen to or watch the podcast on your computer or portable media player, such as an iPod.

How do I listen to or watch the podcast?

To listen to or watch a podcast, simply click the audio or video links above for the speaker you are interested in. You will need software that can play audio or video files, such as iTunes, Windows Media Player, RealPlayer, or QuickTime, all of which can be downloaded for free.

Why should I subscribe to the podcast?

When you subscribe, the podcast will automatically be delivered to your preferred podcasting tool (such as iTunes, MyYahoo!, or your Google reader or homepage) whenever there is new content. This means you do not have to continually visit this Web page to search for new podcasts. It is free to subscribe.

How do I subscribe to the podcast?

To subscribe, simply click one of the above buttons for your preferred podcasting tool for your convenience, we've supplied direct links to iTunes, MyYahoo!, and Google.

If you use a podcasting tool different than the three whose buttons we've provided, you may copy the URL in the box next to the orange "POD" button and paste it into your podcasting software. (In iTunes, go to the "Advanced" menu, then click "Subscribe to Podcast.")

How is the content different between the audio and video podcasts?

The audio podcasts feature in-depth, private interviews with Dean Livingstone while the video podcasts feature the speaker's presentation at the Dean's Executive Leadership Series at Pepperdine.