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''Podcast wiki page draft''
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== ''Podcast wiki page draft'' ==
  
 
''Perhaps  can be included within the Broadcast Wiki page?''
 
''Perhaps  can be included within the Broadcast Wiki page?''
  
  
An podcast is a digitally distributed series of 'broadcasts', with almost any content or topics.
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A podcast is a digitally distributed broadcast (download or stream), that can cover almost any content or topic, eg a music playlist, interview etc. <br />
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Although often indistinct from [[Style/Specific_types_of_releases/Broadcast_programs|Broadcast programs]], they are usually referred to as 'podcasts' by the creators or publishers. <br />
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Because podcasts are usually released and browsed as a series, as opposed to a traditional broadcast entry (often an independent event), these separate guidelines serve to group and sort podcasts more efficiently.
  
Although often indistinct from [[Style/Specific_types_of_releases/Broadcast_programs|Broadcast programs]], they are generally referred to as 'podcasts' by the creators or publishers.
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=== Guidelines ===
  
== Guidelines ==
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====Release Group====
  
===Release Group===
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The [[Release Group/Type | release group type]] should be set to "Broadcast".
  
The [[Release Group/Type | release group type]] should be set to "Spokenword". [''I'm thinking 'broadcast' might actually be more appropriate?'']
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The release group Artist credit should be the name of the group or individual/s that present the podcast. If there is no discernible presenter/s across all the episodes, you can use the podcast name or publisher as the Artist, and credit individual artists at the release and track level if necessary ([http://musicbrainz.org/release-group/cd95913d-a4c1-42d7-9503-1de3c88dc236 example]).
  
Follow this format for the Title: Series Name[: Series #]
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Follow this format for the release group Title: [Series Title][: Series #] <br />
  
 
Examples:
 
Examples:
  
* [http://musicbrainz.org/release-group/5df91774-2b31-4826-9144-1a81c6217a13| SModcast]
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* [http://musicbrainz.org/release-group/dc64007f-c6d9-4006-8916-c588f6f92fc3 SModcast]
  
* [http://musicbrainz.org/release-group/5df91774-2b31-4826-9144-1a81c6217a13| Dr Karl's Great Moments in Science]
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* [http://musicbrainz.org/release-group/5df91774-2b31-4826-9144-1a81c6217a13 Dr Karl's Great Moments in Science]
  
* [http://musicbrainz.org/release-group/037e1aa7-94a1-4223-a71f-28ec291faaa2| The Infinite Monkey Cage: Series 1]
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* [http://musicbrainz.org/release-group/037e1aa7-94a1-4223-a71f-28ec291faaa2 The Infinite Monkey Cage: Series 1]
  
=== Release ===
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==== Release Title ====
If there is no release identifier, such as an episode number, follow this format: Program Name[: YYYY-MM-DD]
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If there is no release identifier, such as an episode number, follow this format for the release Title (where YYYY-MM-DD represents the date of digital distribution, not the original broadcast): [Release Group Title][: YYYY-MM-DD] <br />
 
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If there is a release identifier, follow this format instead: [Release Group Title][: Episode #]
If there is a release identifier, follow this format: Program Name[: Episode #]
 
  
 
Examples:
 
Examples:
  
* [http://musicbrainz.org/release/6ddb4ba8-2bd5-4c17-b86b-50934e12b467| SModcast: Episode 236]
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* [http://musicbrainz.org/release/6ddb4ba8-2bd5-4c17-b86b-50934e12b467 SModcast: Episode 236]
  
* [http://musicbrainz.org/release/e6aa6890-2c48-454b-b28c-e8909579f6b4| Dr Karl's Great Moments in Science: 2013-01-22]
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* [http://musicbrainz.org/release/e6aa6890-2c48-454b-b28c-e8909579f6b4 Dr Karl's Great Moments in Science: 2013-01-22]
  
* [http://musicbrainz.org/release/32fd3864-711d-428f-b8f0-4b296d55b318| The Infinite Monkey Cage: Series 1, Episode 1]
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* [http://musicbrainz.org/release/32fd3864-711d-428f-b8f0-4b296d55b318 The Infinite Monkey Cage: Series 1, Episode 1]
  
=== Release ===
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==== Track Title ====
 
The track title is the name of the episode.
 
The track title is the name of the episode.
  
If the episode is split up into parts, follow this format: Episode Name[: Part #]
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If the episode is split up into parts, follow this format: Episode Name[: Part #] <br />
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If the episode is split up into parts with their own separate titles, simply name each track/ part with the corresponding title.
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== ''Video Game Rip wiki page draft'' ==
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Reference links:
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https://community.metabrainz.org/t/handling-in-game-music-and-audio/174449
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https://community.metabrainz.org/t/stone-oakvalleys-authentic-sid-collection/346199

Latest revision as of 04:05, 6 January 2019

Podcast wiki page draft

Perhaps can be included within the Broadcast Wiki page?


A podcast is a digitally distributed broadcast (download or stream), that can cover almost any content or topic, eg a music playlist, interview etc.
Although often indistinct from Broadcast programs, they are usually referred to as 'podcasts' by the creators or publishers.
Because podcasts are usually released and browsed as a series, as opposed to a traditional broadcast entry (often an independent event), these separate guidelines serve to group and sort podcasts more efficiently.

Guidelines

Release Group

The release group type should be set to "Broadcast".

The release group Artist credit should be the name of the group or individual/s that present the podcast. If there is no discernible presenter/s across all the episodes, you can use the podcast name or publisher as the Artist, and credit individual artists at the release and track level if necessary (example).

Follow this format for the release group Title: [Series Title][: Series #]

Examples:

Release Title

If there is no release identifier, such as an episode number, follow this format for the release Title (where YYYY-MM-DD represents the date of digital distribution, not the original broadcast): [Release Group Title][: YYYY-MM-DD]
If there is a release identifier, follow this format instead: [Release Group Title][: Episode #]

Examples:

Track Title

The track title is the name of the episode.

If the episode is split up into parts, follow this format: Episode Name[: Part #]
If the episode is split up into parts with their own separate titles, simply name each track/ part with the corresponding title.


Video Game Rip wiki page draft

Reference links:

https://community.metabrainz.org/t/handling-in-game-music-and-audio/174449

https://community.metabrainz.org/t/stone-oakvalleys-authentic-sid-collection/346199