Video Podcast Directory - Podcasts with some video episodes
Geared towards proving that "anyone can cook", the Fire House Chef (AKA - Ryan McKay) will break down the barriers and fears that surround cooking. I will stress the importance of family and food and that with one comes the other. Be it in the Fire House or at home, you will walk away from The Fire House Chef with the belief that cooking is for the many, not the few
By Ryan McKay
Any Budget. Any Camera. Any Time. That's how we roll. Down and Dirty DV is all about digital guerrilla filmmaking. If it's video and low-budget, let's talk about it. "It doesn't take money to make films...It takes resources," and we are all about helping you maximize your resources with tutorials, candid advice, filmmaking resources and interviews with the front line troops of DV filmmaking. Be sure to hit the "SUBSCRIBE" button if you're down with Down and Dirty DV. Our podcasts alternate between 2 flavors: enhanced audio or pimped-out video. ***There is NO ADULT CONTENT in this podcast. (And no we won't put any in, so stop asking.)
By Anthony Q. Artis
The yayQuery hosts have years of experience being neck-deep in their own jQuery development, as well as providing support and training to the community. The podcast tries to capture one of our favorite conference pastimes -- hanging out at a bar and talking code. About the hosts: From afar when you notice them at jquery conference, they look like the cool kids in high school. They just gather around and make fun of everybody.
By Paul Irish, Rebecca Murphey, Alex Sexton, Adam Sontag
Facebook 101 was a video podcast that I produced when I first signed up for Facebook, back in 2007. At one point, there had been as many as fifteen episodes teaching people how to configure Facebook in such a way that that you get all the benefits of networking with people without the distractions of all the time wasters included in this social network. Over time, Facebook has made drastic changes that made all those previous episodes obsolete. In February of 2009, I removed all those old episodes and relaunched the show with new content. After three episodes, other projects came along and I have since abandoned this project. There are no current plans add new episodes. However, I would HIGHLY ENCOURAGE YOU to check out the Social Media Serenity audio podcast that I produce where we always talk about the latest and greatest in social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and more.
By Cliff J. Ravenscraft
These podcasts are originally crafted yoga classes taught by Sarah Baumert. There are currently over 50 episodes that range in length, level and style. Sarah's teaching is alignment based, unhurried, and rich with somatic inquiries. The cueing is effective, easy to follow, and uses visualizations of postures to allow for unexpected growth and depth. You will find live unplugged versions of her classes from yoga studios, as well as classes that are produced specifically for the podcast medium.
By Sarah Baumert
e2 is an ongoing PBS documentary series that chronicles efforts to solve the world's most pressing ecological challenges. From energy consumption to design efficiency, policy to industry, the series documents the innovators whose work is reducing humans' impact on the environment. Interviews with experts, policymakers and pioneers across a variety of disciplines offer a firsthand account of the complex environmental challenges that we face, as well as the possibility that pragmatic solutions are within reach. The series is narrated by Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman. Each episode is supplemented by a video podcast that features new footage and unseen interview excerpts, providing further insight into the social and environmental issues that series examines. Produced by kontentreal, new episodes of e2 release on PBS member stations every Tuesday beginning September 2, 2008. Check your local listings. Major corporate support for e2 is provided by Autodesk.