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Podcast Parser: Parse and generate RSS feeds for podcasts

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podcast_parser 1.0GNU General Publi...XML, PHP 5, Audio
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This class can be used to parse and generate RSS feeds for podcasts.

It can parse the XML of a podcast feed and return the feed data in an associative array.

It can also do the opposite, generate the XML document of a RSS feed for a podcast described with an associative array.

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Nowadays, podcasts are very popular form of communicating to the masses. Although the possibility to record home made radio-like programs in MP3 format is not a new thing, it was explosion of popularity of the iPod devices that turned podcasts in the latest Internet mania.

Like the blogs, new podcast shows are announced using RSS feeds. Podcast RSS feeds need to contain special fields of information that are used to describe relevant details about each show.

This class provides a solution for parsing and generating podcast RSS feeds that take in account the podcast specific types of information fields.

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