My last column on how to create podcasts resulted in a number of inquiries, not so much on the creation process, but from lawyers wanting to know what content was out there and how to utilize it.

To review for a moment, a podcast is an audio or video program created for download to a portable listening device or accessed from a computer screen. The word is derived from Apple’s iPod portable music player, but it is not strictly for the iPod. Other portable MP3 players can access podcasts, as well as personal computers.

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