I’ve been talking about doing a podcast for quite some time. Now, I’m done talking and have started producing. My introduction episode is going live on iTunes and Stitcher today, well, I think they are at least. For those who’d rather not wait until that happens. Please, click this link, which should allow you to listen to the introduction.
Here is the rss feed, for those who would like it.
Once iTunes and Stitcher issues are sorted out, and the podcast goes live on those platforms, I will update this post with the relevant information. Otherwise, the podcast should be searchable on both platforms, as well as other podcasting platforms that feed off of either iTunes or Stitcher.
Thank you for being patient in this process! It’s definitely a work in progress, and I still have a lot to learn about how all of this works.
I would also like to thank two very good friends. First, Brandon Huebner, of the Maritime History Podcast, for his helping me with the finishing details necessary in order to produce a podcast. His patience and knowledge are unparalleled. Check his podcast out! You’ll be glad you did.
Last but most certainly not least, my thanks also extends to Ben Lalisan, an amazingly accomplished artist. His eye and attention to detail are second to none. I truly appreciate his pointing me in the right direction concerning my podcast logo. Check out some of his work, it is breathtaking!
I’ll begin recording the first “history” podcast within the next few days – Ajacan – Spain and the First European Attempt in Virginia. Tune in then, to see how this Jesuit Mission might have played an important part in Virginia’s early European history.
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