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January 19, 2006

Change the URL of Your Podcast Feed in iTunes

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Posted by Alex Williams

Th Unofficial Apple Weblog shows how to change your podcast feed in iTunes. The TUAW post also has a handy document you may want to peruse. It's the technical specification document for podcasting and iTunes. As they write at TUAW, the docment is a wealth of information.

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1. Sam on January 23, 2006 6:26 AM writes...

This will seem like a shameless plug- but I've recently launched a podcast related site and script you may be interested in.

phpFM is an online feed management tool for those who wish to manage their podcasts quickly and securely from their own website, without having to have any knowledge of XML.

The key aim has been to help podcasting reach a wider user base and as such to provide the simplest means where by users can concentrate more on producing material and less on coding the feeds.

I hope you like the script, your feedback would be greatly appreciated.

Kind regards,

Sam
phpfm.com

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2. Henesys on February 8, 2006 7:48 PM writes...

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3. 虚拟主机 on June 22, 2006 8:21 PM writes...

A Cool Site,Very Good

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4. Nate on July 2, 2008 10:26 AM writes...

What if my iTunes RSS feed is located on Odeo? I can't manually add the custom redirect tag in my RSS using Odeo.

NEW-LINK

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5. Ellie on May 15, 2009 2:15 AM writes...

My RSS feed is located on Podbean, meaning that I can't edit the RSS Feed its self, so I can't put that itunes tag in. Any ideas? I really need to to change my RSS feed URL without losing subscribers ect.

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