Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) March 9, 2007
Podango, a Web 2.0 company that hosts a conglomeration of individually owned podcast stations for niche markets, today announced Jason Van Orden, well known webpreneur, author and podcaster, has launched The Podcasting Mastery Station to assist new podcasters and share podcasting know-how. The first podcasts are available today from http://www.podango.com .
The new station boasts a line-up of industry experts such as Paul Colligan, Leesa Barnes, John Havens, and Charles Stricklin, who focus on helping first-time podcasters avoid the pitfalls that most beginners encounter and on providing the tools needed to become a profitable podcaster. The station also gives direction in other areas of social media such as blogging and online video.
"This Podcasting Station is an ideal place for podcasters to hear the latest insights into the do's and don'ts of podcast production, marketing and money making," said Doug Smith, President, Podango. "We are thrilled to have Jason and his team of podcast experts join the Podango Network. Jason's efforts will not only provide great insight to thousands of podcasters, but will help move the industry forward while helping Podango improve our services. This is a must-have free subscription for all aspiring podcasters."
Podcasts available on The Podcasting Mastery Station include:
- Kick My Apps: The Corporate Podcasting Applications Challenge
- Podcast Planning: Help for the New Podcaster
- Podcast Tools
- Paul Colligan's Profitable Podcasting
- Podcasting Underground: Podcasting Tips for Podcasters
Other podcasts will be added as Van Orden recruits them into his Podango Station.
About Jason Van Orden
Jason Van Orden is a consultant, author and speaker on podcasting and social media. Jason dove into podcasting with the same passion he has for music and internet business. HowtoCreateaPodcast.com, Jason's website, draws thousands of visitors each month with its combination of technical tips and marketing strategies. Jason produces three podcasts of his own: The Podcasting Underground, Internet Business Mastery and GothamCast--a show on living in New York City. He is also the author of Promoting Your Podcast.
Jason's speaking engagements include The Podcast and Portable Media Expo, the National Association of Broadcasters, The Learning Annex and the New York City Podcasters Association. His experience in technology, audio production and Internet business, combined with his creative streak, makes Jason an ideal source of podcasting information.
Podango, a Web 2.0 company, enables rich community conversations by integrating the "live conversations" of blogging and community forums with the rich communication value of audio and video podcasts to create a complete online and offline experience. The company provides a complete platform that allows the creation of podcast stations, independently owned and run by Station Directors who act as guides, to bring together the best podcasts in their focused area of interest and interact and converse with their subscribers. Each station distributes multiple podcasts and includes community interaction tools to enable an enhanced community conversation. In addition, the listener can tailor the information they subscribe to, via a custom RSS feed, to participate in the information most relevant to them. For more information, visit http://www.podango.com or email.