Podcasts from the Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee
The Internet Caucus Advisory Committee is pleased to offer you an audio feed, a.k.a. a podcast, of our various policy events. Our podcast URL is http://www.netcaucus.org/audio.xml.
How does it work?
Simply put, it's a way to have MP3s of our panel discussions uploaded right to your portable music player or computer once they are posted on our Web site. Rather than visiting our Web site every time we post an audio file, your computer software will automatically check our site for new files and download them automatically -- it's a subscription service for audio content. Anyone can get them -- and you don't even need an iPod. The process works with a variety of portable music players. You don't even need a portable music player -- you may want listen to them from your computer.
Where do I start?
First, you need some software. You can use Apple iTunes (Download a copy from here) or you can download a specialized podcasting program for free. We have had good experiences with iTunes, iPodder, and iPodderX, although there are many other software packages you could use.
- iTunes Users (available for Windows or Mac OS X)
Visit the iTunes Music Store page for the ICAC podcast. Select the "Subscribe" button.
- Juice (available for Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux)
CICAC YouTube Channel
You can also subscribe to the CICAC YouTube Channel by clicking the icon below.
A YouTube subscription means you are subscribing to our videos and our public activity (our favorites, ratings, etc). By subscribing to us, you'll receive updates and stay informed when something new on our Channel occurs.
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