A Podcast is a broadcast that can be put on an MP3 player or iPod automatically every time the broadcast is updated. Each broadcast is one MP3 file.
The simplest way to podcast is to first create a weblog onto which you will post each file in turn. Blogger shows you how to create a weblog in three steps, but does not provide hosting for your MP3 files. Try Typepad instead, which costs a small fee ($5 per month) but allows you to store your files. There is also a free 30 day trial which is just long enough for this project.
Once you have posted your MP3 file as a weblog post you need to "redirect your feed" to a service that will create an XML code with enclosures. This allows people to see every time a new MP3 file is posted without having to surf individual pages of the net. It also provides you with a small button to paste into your post. Users can use this button to update their 'podcatcher', the programme on their computer that scours the internet every time you log on for any new programmes.
WHAT SERVICE CAN YOU USE TO CREATE THIS CODE?
Feedburner gives instructions on how to turn your weblogged MP3 file into a Podcast so that listeners don't miss an update or show. Generally you just copy and paste the weblog URL into its system and it does thbe rest of the work, looking only for audio or video MP3 files to play.
ILLUSTRATED GUIDE ON CREATING PODCASTS:
David Baugh's article on creating a podcast covers the basics.