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Live-streaming hosts, LSD, and a website for a podcast — ctcqa141106
Hey Paul – hope you had a good vacation.
I would like to see a review or comparison ratings list of video Stream provider sometime.
I know you like Churchstreaming.tv but I noticed their Knowledge base wasn’t working and their blog stopped back mid year and that made me nervous.
Do you have good service from them and would still recommend them?
We are currently with Truthcasting – but their stats page has been down for a month and I don’t have a good feeling on that.
I think that would make a good article that would be interesting to many.
Graefenburg Baptist Church
iC on YouTube
I saw that little twinkle in your Eye when you mentioned Woodstock. DON’T WORRY I WON”T TELL ANYONE ABOUT YOUR LITTLE LSD SECRET. Will keep that between you and I.
Hi there Paul.
Been a while.
I need some advice please. (Again)
I am on the verge to starting my podcast and I want to create a website of some sort for the Internet side of it. You most probably call it the blogging side.
I have never done this before and want to start off on the right side.
I have heard of WordPress and would like to know if it’s any good or if there is something better out there.
If possible the software and website must be free as this is not a profitable endeavour yet.
Well thanks for all your great podcasts.
Sarel van der Walt
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