I mentioned on my previous post how during the course of my first broadcast live, that it went over so well, and it led to further live broadcasts (let's face it, anyone can run a station if you just let the software robot play tune after tune) and part of the joy it gave me and my listeners, was that it inspired me to do a few podcasts.
Airtime Pro allows you to do podcasts, through their software, but i found one day as i was sitting with some time off from work, i just thought why not, grabbed my laptop, and just used the simple Windows recorder app, and proceeded to speak for an hour (all my podcasts are an hour minimum), recorded it, saved it, then uploaded it as any other item into the Airtime Pro dashboard of trax, (see pic below left) and set it up to play that evening at 8pm, as I wasnt going to be available live. And it worked perfect.
Now that method may not give you studio quality, but you can always check out this item on Amazon that allows you to use a Tascam mini podcast studio you see below.....it looks pretty decent. Maybe try my way first and see if you like it, if not, give this a whirl.