Podcasting relies on a pretty simple technology – RSS. RSS often gets generated for a website almost as a by-product of adding content, this allows people to “subscribe” to your website and be notified or fed updates. Jekyll generates RSS straight out of the box and every podcast needs a website so we thought – why not kill two birds with one stone?



Our first post focused on understanding, subscribing, and listening to podcasts. The second post discussed identifying the purpose, audience, and format of your content. The third post unpacked the process of finding talent, content, great audio, and your voice. The fourth post discussed the elements of recording your podcast. The fifth post discussed editing your podcast…and whether you need to edit it in the first place.

Nothing to see here yet. A landing page for later usage.



  • 💬 Use GitHub Pages & Jekyll to host a podcast

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