Podcast

Linux Journal Insider is readers' monthly peek at what to expect from the latest issue of Linux Journal. Our ever-entertaining editors Shawn Powers and Kyle Rankin give listeners the inside scoop on topics and articles.

Sponsorship of podcasts includes:

  • Host setting up the segment to include mention of the sponsor.
  • Host introducing listeners to the topics to be discussed during the podcast, transitioning to a 15-30 second detailed message for the sponsor.
  • Host mentioning sponsor at the end of the segment, reminding listeners to support our sponsor and visit their website, giving out sponsor's URL.
  • The sponsor's name and logo (clickable to their website) featured on the podcast download page.

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