Splish Splash I was making a Cast
I have recently taken an interest in a new tool called SplashCast. This Web 2.0 tool allows you to create your own internet media channel. Technically you can mash several sites together, link them all in a blog or wiki, throw out your RSS net, and hope you keep it all working together; but this resource makes the transition from concept to product as easy as 1-2-3.
All you need to do is figure out what you want to say. SplashCast letsyou compile broadcasts from images, audio, video, PDFs, and even Power Point slides. Each frame can be adjusted with tags, audio annotation, and a brief description. These information packets then become either a part of, or a whole show. You then broadcast your show onto your channel, and a media mogul you may become (well chances are slight but you never know).
Your channel then broadcasts into a player. This player can be embedded on your site or blog. Viewers can subscribe via their own SplashCast interface, RSS, email, or even through the Facebook application for SplashCast. If you haven’t checked out the site yet, be sure to stop by and at least browse a few shows. Keep your eyes peeled to this blog, as I may be adding a channel soon for an added bonus to my posts.