Video on Demand, Podcasts and RSS feeds
Watch videos from Malone University events in our Livestream.com online archive.
Community Worship Services - Video on Demand
Every Wednesday, the Malone Community gathers for chapel. A variety of staff, faculty, and guests are featured. You can watch recent and past chapels on Livestream.com.
Worldview Forum - Video on Demand
The Worldview Forum Series provides the community with an opportunity to practice critical thinking and civil dialogue in the comparison of various worldviews in a professionally moderated, academic environment. It is expected that the forums will help those who attend learn to identify the constituent elements of differing worldviews as well as their implications upon belief and practice.
Pioneer Radio - listen every Thursday on WHBC from 9:10 a.m. -10 a.m.
What is a Podcast?
Wikipedia has defined podcasting as a portmanteau of Apple's "iPod" and "broadcasting". It is a method of publishing files to the Internet, allowing users to subscribe to a feed and receive new files automatically by subscription, usually at no cost. It first became popular in late 2004, used largely for audio files. A podcast, also referred to as a Audio blog or Audio RSS feed, is a collection of downloadable audio shows.
Two popular software programs that run on both Macintosh and Windows platforms are iTunes and Google Reader. Some web browsers will allow you to click directly on the links to subscribe and download the audio from each event. It may launch your RSS/Podcast/Audio Blog software automatically. Otherwise to Subscribe, copy the links by right clicking (CTRL click on Mac with one button mice) and select "Copy Link/URL/Location" You can then paste the link into your subscribe window of your Podcast/RSS viewer.
If you are having trouble, please send a note to urycqrfx+znybar+rqh. If you are using iTunes as your reader, make sure that you are using version 6 or later.