Subscribe to the Verse by Verse Podcast!
To Listen to the Verse by Verse Podcast, we recommend completing the following steps:
- Make Sure You Have iTunes Installed (see below for instructions)
- Click the “Subscribe to Verse by Verse Podcast.”
iTunes will open and take you directly to the Verse by Verse Podcast page.
- Click the “Subscribe” button at the top left beside the Verse by Verse logo.
iTunes will automatically load the Podcast into your Podcast section (under the “Library”) and each episode available shoul show below it.
- Double Click on an episode to listen.
To Install Apple’s iTunes (if you do not already have it) click the link above. You will be taken to the FREE download page. Select your Operating System (Mac or Windows) in the top left, enter your email address, and click the download button. Remember to uncheck both email boxes if you do not wish to receive promotional and update email regarding Apple’s iTunes products.
What Is A Podcast?
Here’s a little info from Apple.com:
“Podcasts are radio shows or other audio programs available for download over the Internet. The maker of a podcast, called a podcaster, often updates their podcast with a series of episodes that you can subscribe to. iTunes offers built-in support for podcasting so that you can find, listen, subscribe to and manage podcasts that interest you. You can also transfer podcasts to iPod for listening on the go.”
Here’s a brief description from Wikipedia:
“Podcasting is the distribution of audio or video files, such as radio programs or music videos, over the Internet using either RSS or Atom syndication for listening on mobile devices and personal computers. The term podcast, like “radio”, can mean both the content and the method of delivery. Podcasters’ websites also may offer direct download of their files, but the subscription feed of automatically delivered new content is what distinguishes a podcast from a simple download or real-time streaming. Usually, the podcast features one type of “show” with new episodes either sporadically or at planned intervals such as daily, weekly, etc.”
If you have more questions about Podcasting, try Apple.com’s page of Frequently Asked Questions: