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When you publish a podcast, others can 'subscribe' to whatever original content you choose to deliever: audio, video, pdfs and more. When you update your podcast with new content on a regular basis, your audience will automatically receive this content and can view it on their computers or mobile devices. (An iPod is not necessary, but a podcast reader, like iTunes, is.)

If you're new to podcasting, read Five Things You Should Know About Podcasting »

Getting Started

To subscribe to a podcast and explore the potentials of the medium, check out our featured podcasts and case studies.

NYU Steinhardt Podcasts

The Steinhardt podcast features presentations, round-tables, and other events highlighting the work of full time, adjunct, and visiting lecturers at the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. Read more »

NYU Wagner Public Service Today EventCast

The EventCast documents presentations and discussions on issues related to degree programs, faculty research, and centers/instutes at The Wagner School. Read more »


Ready For More?

To get a brief description of the technologies that make podcasting happen, such as XML & RSS, click here to read more »

If you're already familiar with podcasting, you can explore the possibilities of making your own with the following resources:

  • Classroom Recording: If you are an Instructor interested in recording your classroom lectures and making them available to students and others via podcast, please visit the Campus Media website to find more information about podcasting for classes and the Podcast Request Form. You can also contact Campus Media at (212) 998-2655.
  • One-on-One: If you're a faculty member interested in making your own podcast for use in the classroom or for research, visit the Digital Studio or email
  • Student Resources: There are podcasting facilities available for students at the Student Podcast Production Studio at the ITS Multimedia Center, 35 West 4th Street, 2nd Floor. Available during open hours. Visit the Multimedia Center or contact for more information.
  • Events: If you'd like to record a public event that is of interest to a university-wide audience (e.g. Commencement ceremony, university-sponsored academic conference, or public service announcement) contact the Television Center at (212) 998-5168. The Television Center can also assist with the content creation and repurposing of your analog media to a digital derivative, such as a video podcast feed. Visit the Television center website for more information on rates and services.

You can also access our Online Tutorials to get started on your own »


For more information on copyright, fair use and best practices, see NYU's Handbook for Use of Copyrighted Materials.