By Lori Spencer


These days, you don’t need a degree in broadcasting or a trained radio voice to get “on the air.” You don’t even have to limit your horizons to one local market in Ireland; with the unlimited scope and increasing portability of Internet radio, you can now reach a potential listener base of millions worldwide.

Most of the top Internet radio networks are U.S.-based and do not accept programming from outside the United States. As of October 2010 only two of the big Internet radio networks, World Syndicated Radio and BlogTalkRadio, featured international shows.

In this tutorial you will see how to use the free BlogTalkRadio service. However, you’ll find that the basics of running an Internet radio show are similar across all web-casting platforms.


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