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iTalk with ABC's

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on 4 December 2009

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Transcript of iTalk with ABC's

iTalk With ABC's iTalk with ABC's is a student run podcast,
created by three high school students. The name is a play on the Mac corporations programs which include iMovie, iTunes, and iLife. The ABC's at the end are the initials of the girls who created the podcast. iTalk with
A : Ashley
B: Brooke
C: Chelsea The three girls go around their school interviewing staff members. Not the star staff that everyone knows like the principals, teachers, or front office staff... But the integral staff like the computer
tech people
and the athletic director's secretary. The ladies take turns interviewing each staff member. Through their Web 2.0 class the girls
learned how to edit their video footage
and post their podcasts. They edited their video on
Window's Movie Maker and Jaycut.com,
and then they used Podomatic.com as the
hosting site.
After the video was in the correct format they submitted
it to iTunes so that the millions of people
using the program could have access to iTalk. "I had such a good time interviewing the techies;
they were so nice and funny," said Ashley about the first podcast the group did. "I learned a lot about the school staff that I never really talk to or see," said Brooke when asked about the podcasting experience. A podcast is a series of digital media files (either audio or video) that are released episodically and downloaded through web syndication.
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