Dirty Jobs Podcast FAQs Terms and Conditions

posted: 04/11/12
Read more Read less
Dirty Jobs Podcast


Q. What is podcasting?

A. Podcasting is a way for Internet users to receive audio or video files and play them on a computer or load them onto an MP3 player.

Q. How does it work?

A. You can always click the "Listen Now" or "Watch Now" buttons to play episodes from our podcasts. If you want to keep the audio or video on your computer or MP3 player, you'll need podcasting software to begin. Once you've downloaded the software, copy the podcast link in the box under "Subscribe to this podcast," and add to your player. After that, your podcasting software will automatically download any new MP3s from Discovery's podcast to your computer so you can load them onto your MP3 player. Alternatively, you can click on our iTunes and My Yahoo! links to instantly add the podcast to those services.

To add a podcast in Apple iTunes: Simply click on the iTunes button and follow the on-screen instructions. Alternatively, you can copy the podcast URL in the box under "Subscribe to this podcast" and paste into iTunes' "Subscribe to Podcast" box under the Advanced pull-down menu.

For more information: iTunes (PC/Mac) iPodder (PC/Mac/Linux) jPodder (PC) iPodderX (Mac)


Discovery Communications, Inc. owns all rights in podcast content, which is protected by copyright and other laws and regulations. Your use of podcast content is subject to these terms and conditions and's Visitor Agreement. Please read. You may download podcast content to your personal computer and/or port the content to your MP3 player solely for your private, non-commercial use. No redistribution of podcast content is permitted. If you use the podcast content on your Web site, you must do so without any alteration of the content and with no advertising in between your Web site and the link to the content, and you must include the following copyright notice: Copyright 2006 Discovery Communications, Inc. All rights reserved. No rights are granted to any of Discovery's trademarks, icons, logos, or other brand identifiers. Discovery reserves the right to discontinue providing any or all of the Discovery podcast content at any time and to require you to cease using any or all of the Discovery podcast content for any reason. Discovery assumes no liability for any of your activities in connection with the Discovery podcast content with your Web site, computer or MP3 player.

More on
Dirty Jobs