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Use of Artificial Intelligence Tools for Podcasting. Blog of Amar Vyas

How to create a Podcast using Artificial Intelligence Tools

Welcome to twenty First Day of my daily blogging challenge. Today is Monday, and theme is MyPod Mondays. Let us take a look at an exciting development in podcasting!
Today we will discuss podbot.ai, a site that uses Artificial Intelligence technology to create podcasts. I have written about this tool in the past in other places, but not on this blot. In a way, you can consider this post as an update. And what an exciting update it is!

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Podcast recording and production – My posts on Medium

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Since 2016, I have published several posts on Medium on podcast recording, production, and evolution of podcasting in general. In today’s post, I have summarized my top posts that may be relevant even today. You can read this post by visiting: https://podcast.amarvyas.in This post was published on my All Things Podcasting blog at podcast.amarvyas.in as a part of #MypodMondays.Also note… Read More »Podcast recording and production – My posts on Medium

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Alternatives to CentOs8 – After The Storm

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Welcome to the seventh day of my blogging challenge for February 2022. For today’s post I thought of bringing some variation. I will embed the audio of a blog post written by me last week. This post was written as a guest post for an Internet community that is focused on web hosting.
This post is titled “Alternatives to CentOs- After The Storm”, and the theme of this post is as follows:

In December 2020, Red Hat Linux, who had been acquired by IBM, announced that they will discontinue development for CentOs operating system, which is used by a wide variety of users, system administrators and web hosts. 14 months after the announcement, how have the users and the market adopted? Which of the alternatives have found user and market acceptance?
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The Rise of Text To Speech Services- Podcaster’s Friend or Foe?

Text To Speech Services- Podcaster’s Friend or Foe?

Introduction

Over the past few months, there has been a flurry of companies who have started offering Text to Speech (TTS) services. Many of them are startups, majority of them are in early staged of growth, and almost all of them use one or all of the Amazon Polly, Google Text to Speech, or similar solutions from IBM or Microsoft Azure*. In this post, I will talk about a few such services, and ponder on the all important question for Podcasters:

Are the Text to Speech (TTS) services a podcaster’s friend, or foe?

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Tools That I Use for Podcasting

In this post, Amar Vyas describes his workflow for recording producing, publishing and archiving podcasts episodes. Learn about the different open source and paid tools he uses for his work.

Why Are Corporate Blogs Still Relevant – Part I Episode 7

Introduction In Part I of this two part episode, Kiruba and Amar discuss why is blogging by Corporates still relevant in today’s day and age. and how can businesses use them for branding and customer connect. Kiruba provides a history of blogging, and how it has evolved in the present format. Amar narrates his experiences while working with the Marcom… Read More »Why Are Corporate Blogs Still Relevant – Part I Episode 7

Can Businesses Benefit From Podcasts? Part II Episode 03

This is an episode from out now-defunct podcast, Digital PowWow With Kiruba and Amar. I thought of adding this episode in a podcast meant for authors for one simple reason- everything we discuss here is relevant to authors, and applicable too!You can very well change the title to “How Can Authors Benefit by Launching Their own Podcast?” Summary: In this… Read More »Can Businesses Benefit From Podcasts? Part II Episode 03