Podcasts from Georgia Public Broadcasting

Georgia Public Broadcasting now offers podcasts for many of our programs.
If you are new to podcasting, please see our FAQ below for the answers to many of the questions you might have.

Click here to see Georgia Public Broadcasting's page in iTunes!

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Podcasting FAQ

What is podcasting?

Podcasting makes an audio file, typically an MP3, available online for downloading via an automatic "feed." You can then hear the podcast whenever you want from your computer or portable media player.

How do I listen to podcasts?

The first thing you need is a podcatcher, or podcast subscription software that manages all of your podcasts. Your options include the latest versions of iTunes, Juice, YamiPod and FeedStation / FeedDemon / NetNewsWire. Once you have the software installed on your computer, you will be ready to enjoy any of GPB's podcasts. If you want to take these wherever you go, you'll need to transfer them from your computer to a portable media device, like an Apple iPhone / iPod or a Microsoft Zune.

How do I add a GPB podcast to iTunes?

Adding our podcasts in iTunes is now easier than ever before!

  1. Simply click on the name of the podcast or its cover art below, and you will be taken to that program's page in iTunes.
  2. Once in iTunes, you can either download individual episodes by clicking the "Get Episode" button, or you can have iTunes download the latest episodes automatically by clicking the "Subscribe" button.

Terms and Conditions for Use of the GPB Podcasts

GPB's podcasts are protected by U.S. and international copyright laws.
All rights in and to GPB's podcasts are reserved to Georgia Public Broadcasting. GPB's podcasts are available for personal, noncommercial use only.

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