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I'd want to set up a blog that has 3 podcasts on different topics that you could subscribe to. I would like to add episodes to each of these podcasts as I create them.

So, I set up a blogger account and followed directions using Feedburner to set up a podcast from my blog. So far, so good. But, now I want create the second podcast to be offered on the same site and I'm stymied. In order to create the podcast, I supply FeedBurner the site feed URL. So how would I have multiple podcasts if I have only one site URL?

(I thought perhaps creating "pages" in my blog would give me unique page URLS which I could feed into FeedBurner, but this was a dead end)

Am I going about this the wrong way? Thanks!

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migrated from stackoverflow.com May 28 '11 at 13:08

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You should be able to create the posts for each different podcast under a different label, and then use the method outlined here to have an RSS feed for each label.

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Thanks a bunch - this worked like a charm! Cheers! – podcoach May 27 '11 at 20:35

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