Stipko Live

Stipko Live now on iTunes

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To insure AND is available to viewers wherever and whenever interested, we are rolling out all our shows from 2013 forward on iTunes. Additionally, we will gradually be releasing never before seen archives from the White House, the Oscars, the front line, and everywhere in between.

To subscribe to the free hiDef podcasts on iTunes simply open iTunes on any iOS device and search for us. The first podcast available right now is Stipko Live. Click here to get it immediately, full length, downloaded, and free!

About iTunes Podcasts: The iTunes Store puts thousands of free podcasts at your fingertips. To find them, select iTunes Store underneath the Store subheading in the left column of the jukebox window; then select "Podcasts" from the menu bar along the top of the store. Or, here's another way to get there: select the little podcasts icon under the Library subheading in the left column of the jukebox window, then click the arrow next to "Podcast Directory" at the very bottom right-hand side of the iTunes window.

Search podcasts by popularity. Of course, before you subscribe, you'll want to find podcasts that appeal to your interests. And you have several ways of tracking them down. You can either use the iTunes search box in the upper right-hand corner of the jukebox window, or for a more detailed search you can click on Power Search under Quick Links in the upper right-hand corner of the iTunes Store homepage. Power Search provides pull-down filters for category or language, as well as search boxes specific to podcast title, author or description. Once a search is performed, you can order your results by popularity by clicking on the column header titled "Popularity."

Choose a subject. Looking for a specific podcast subject? Try browsing podcasts in the iTunes Store's featured podcast pages. Each page lists popular podcasts that iTunes editors have selected for special feature by subject.

Stipko Live on iTunes
Stipko Live on iTunes

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Playing Podcasts
Listen up. iTunes provides you with flexible options for enjoying your podcasts. For instant gratification, you can stream podcasts directly in the iTunes Store by double-clicking on an episode. Or you may choose to download an episode to enjoy on any of your Apple platforms simply by clicking on the "Free" button associated with that episode. Like what you hear and want more? Then subscribe to the podcast by clicking on the "Subscribe Free" button and automatically download future episodes.

Get caught speeding. If you find you understand spoken audio content at a faster playback rate, it's easy to speed things up on your iPad, iPhone or iPod. Simply click on the blue playback speed selector just below the play button in the upper right corner.

Watch the way you want. When streaming a video podcast, playback starts in a secondary pop-up window within the iTunes Store. Clicking anywhere in the store outside of the pop-up window will stop playback. To view a downloaded video podcast, click on Podcasts underneath the Library subheading on the left side of the jukebox window and double-click on your desired podcast. The selected video podcast will automatically begin playing in the jukebox window. You can play video back in full-screen mode by clicking the "Fullscreen" button at the bottom of the player (indicated by two diverging arrows).

Save it for later. If you can't finish a podcast in one sitting, never fear. You can always pause playback in either iTunes or on your iPod, iPhone, iPad or Apple TV and resume playback later from the point you left off. Listen to the first half of a podcast on your way to work, and on your way home, pick up right where you left it.

By default, podcast files are set so that iTunes and all Apple hardware platforms will remember playback position. You can turn the feature off by clicking on a podcast file, choosing "Get Info" from the contextual menu, and unchecking "Remember Playback Position." You can even turn the same option on for non-podcast files, letting you resume playback on any track in your library.

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Updated Feb 1, 2018 7:52 AM EST | More details


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