The services below allow the meeting host to record a call for podcast. People can then listen to it at their leisure, by phone or on their iPods. It makes life simpler for them, and you, as the person tasked with syncing all schedules.
Try one of these free business-friendly services:
Conference-call service FreeConference (www.freeconference.com) records and stores a conference call for 30 days. Play back the meeting on any computer or MP3 digital audioplayer. When scheduling the conference online, simply check the box that asks if you’d like to record your session. Within two hours of the meeting’s scheduled end time, you’ll receive an e-mail with instructions on how to download the file for playback. Once you’ve downloaded the recording, it’s yours to keep.
TalkShoe (www.talkshoe.com) offers businesses the ability to hold “talkcasts,” which are available for download 30 minutes after being recorded
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