having just researched this for our new podcast feed: http://blog.greens.org.nz/index.php/category/the-game/audioblog/ and help page: http://blog.greens.org.nz/index.php/help-how-to/audioblog-rss-feed/ it seems that an audio feed is just a normal RSS feed but with the audio linked to in an <enclosure> tag. Only RSS2 and Atom support them? So you just need to tweak your CMS that is making RSS files, to make them with <enclosure> tags too. Or you need to start making RSS files. There are plenty of ASP scripts for generating RSS files. I found it was very easy for us to start "podcasting" - the blog software we use, Wordpress, does it automatically for you. If there is a link to the file in the body of the blog post, then it automatically adds the <enclosure> tags to the feed. cheers -- Dr Stuart Young, +64 (0)9-815 4321 x 8656 <syoung at unitec.ac.nz> +64 021 183 2846 (mob) Lecturer, School of Computing and Information Technology, Unitec New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand http://tinyurl.com/4956o (the official URL for my staffpage is too long and complex) http://www.pixelandgrain.co.nz/ Web development, graphic design and photography >>> Hershel Robinson <hershelr at netvision.net.il> 10/08/2005 22:55:22 >>> I have a client with a large ASP-based custom-CMS-powered site that now has audio files. He wants to set up an RSS feed for those audio files. The site is presently in ASP although there is a consideration (in deliberations right now) to rebuild the site in PHP, so either one is a solution at present. I also have seen Windows apps that appear (I believe) to create such a feed. I know nothing about RSS, so any suggestions are welcome. Thank you, Hershel -- * * Please support the community that supports you. * * http://evolt.org/help_support_evolt/ For unsubscribe and other options, including the Tip Harvester and archives of thelist go to: http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !