The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business is a
world leader in management education and research for the digital
economy. Smith Podcasts put you at the source of business intelligence
from the Smith School - ideas and techniques that are shaping business
practice in this dynamic, technology-driven global economy.
Subscribe to Smith Podcasts to receive regularly scheduled audio and
video segments that address the key business management issues facing
people and organizations today. Or you can simply watch/listen to the
segments on your desktop.
What is a podcast?
The word ”podcast” is a concatenation of the words iPod and broadcast. The
underlying technology used for podcasts, called RSS (Really Simple Syndication)
is capable of containing any type of media including audio, video, graphics, and
more. Visit the
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questions or problems.
As a subscriber to Smith Podcasts, you will regularly receive video and/or
audio segments as soon as they become available. Smith Business Video Views and
audio segments are released once a week. The most common way to receive podcasts
is through a podcast receiver, similar to a Web browser. Several podcast
receivers are available, most for free. They are very easy to download and
install. We suggest one of these:
How do I subscribe?
Once you have downloaded the podcast receiver, you must identify which
podcasts you want to receive. Usually you can simply copy the URL for the
podcast you want and past it into the receiver. Use this URL to subscriber to
Note: Smith Podcasts have
been available since March 2006 and in order to catch up on dozens of older
segments you may need to subscribe to the podcast feed to access the complete
library. In iTunes, go to Advanced>Subscribe to Podcast and paste in the URL
above; or browse the podcast directory for "Smith Business Intelligence On
click here to automatically open up iTunes and subscribe.