Where do you listen?

For those that have been reading the blog for a while, you should know that I run a companion podcast.  It’s a lot of fun to produce, and I am looking forward to putting out a new show very soon (hint, early next week).  However, while I am out of town for a few days on a special photo shoot, I thought this would be a good time to get some idea of where people are listening most.  So, if you could, take a moment to let me know how you enjoy the show:

ETA:  Sorry all, the polling service starting spamming the blog with some pretty unrelated questions so it’s been deleted.  I was looking to see how many people listened via iTunes, via PLM, or direct download…thanks! 🙂

For those that do not listen to the show,  there are a few questions I would like to ask you too.  First off, why don’t you?  🙂  Seriously though – I realize that not everyone has the time to listen to podcasts, or the resources to afford things like iPods, Touches, and iPhones, and all that stuff.  So, for the non-listening audience (just blog readers), I am trying to come up with ideas for you too.  So, here’s a chance to tell me what you want! Sound off in the comments with your ideas too – things always change and it’s the reader and listener interest that keeps me in touch, so let me know what other types of material you would like to see!  Is it more contests?  More interviews?  Worksheets and practical exercises?  Workshops and seminars?  All are options (and anything else you have in mind).  I’ll check back in on Monday to see what everyone has to say.  Happy shooting and have a great weekend!

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4 comments for “Where do you listen?

  1. Jim Orr
    March 27, 2010 at 4:35 am

    Hey, Jason –

    Greetings from a CU grad (Go Buffs!) now living in Brazil. I am a blog reader, and I enjoy the images that illustrate the point being made on the blog (or the gear being discussed). It is harder to “see” an image by listening to an audio podcast. Also, I sometimes cut-and-paste important portions of the blog (including links) for later reference and use.

    Thanks so much for all your efforts on providing us information and inspiration! I am glad your body rejected your IT geekiness so you could come into the light of photography!!

    Jim Orr
    Sao Jose dos Campos

  2. Hal Warren
    March 28, 2010 at 7:49 am

    Hi Jason,
    I look forward to your podcasts. As a “newbie” I am eager to learn and pick up tips. I have been listening for about a year when I got a Rebel XS. It recently died and Canon was kind enough to replace it with a T1i. Now I get to learn a new camera!
    I enjoy anything to do with learning . Keep up the good work….

    Hal Warren

  3. Curt Gross
    March 30, 2010 at 4:51 pm

    Hi Jason

    I listen to your podcast directly from PLM, really enjoy it thanks for all your hard work.

    Curt G

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