|Roy Masters and FHU Podcasts
Roy Masters and the FHU are happy to announce that we are now offering free audio and video podcasts featuring some of the best insights and advice from Roy Masters both here at fhu.com and on popular podcast and blog websites.
The “Advice Line with Roy Masters" podcast features some of the best topical clips and advice from Roy’s radio show with new and old listeners. Go to http://roymasters.blogspot.com for detailed information and podcast links.
The “Meditation – Overcoming Stress & Illness” podcast features the “Be Still & Know” exercise, as well as questions and answers especially helpful for those interested in, or beginning, the "Be Still and Know" exercise. Go to http://fhumeditation.blogspot.com for detailed Information and podcast links.
More topical and featured audio and video podcasts to follow.
What is a podcast?
A podast is a simple way of subscribing to and receiving audio or video programs on your computer or on a mobile device, such as an MP3 player or iPod. However, you don't need an iPod to listen to podcasts as you can listen to and save podcasts directly on your computer and later transfer them to an Ipod or anything that plays MP3s.
What makes podcasts fun and convenient is that podcasts can be automatically downloaded to your computer and synched to your MP3 player. You can wake up each morning with new shows on your MP3 player ready for you to listen to on your way to work. Most podcasts are free and you can subscribe to as many as you want. Most podcasts don’t have commercials and you choose the podcasts you want.
What you need to receive Podcasts:
1. A computer and internet connection
A high-speed connection is best as it takes only seconds or minutes to receive most podcasts. Dial-up should be fine but it can take longer to receive a podcast then it does to play it.
2. Internet browser and/or podcast software
You can listen to podcasts from an internet browser, or with podcasting client software you can subscribe, play, store, and manage podcasts right on your computer and automatically transfer them to your iPod, MP3 player or even a CD or portable Flash Drive. Many of the best programs are free and offer added features such as access to audiobooks and TV programs.
3. An iPod or MP3 player (optional)
While you don’t need an Ipod or MP3 player to play podcasts, portable players allow you to hear or watch your podcasts anywhere, anytime.
Free Podcast Client Software:
Roy Masters’ podcasts and upcoming new materials like audio books can be found and downloaded on iTunes.
Once you install iTunes you can quickly subscribe to podcasts by simply clicking iTunes podcast buttons or dragging an RSS Podcast link right into the “Podcasts” section of iTunes.
iTunes information Free Download
This free, simple and full-featured podcast client and newsreader installs easily and allows you to play, manage and transfer podcasts from your computer to your MP3 player. Get a simple one-click subscription to podcasts whenever see the link for news and podcasts; otherwise, you have to manually copy and paste the the shortcut for podcast RSS link into HappyFish.
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