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When scrolling through my list of podcasts on my iPhone, it always catches me off guard that the SO podcast is titled 'Blog - Stack Overflow', which is different from every single other podcast I listen too, which follow more traditional naming styles.

My I suggest a few?

  • Jeff & Joel's Most Excellent Podcast
  • Two Bloggers and a Bag-o-'Pinions
  • ZZZZ Best Podcast
  • Syntax Error (Get it? SO, SF, SU and now SE!)
  • "Four to Six Weeks": The Geek Drinking Game

or, if those are a bit too silly, then maybe just...

  • Stack Overflow - Podcast

I'm sure others have suggestions. The point is, having the podcast title start with 'Blog' is just wrong.

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Additionally, some podcasts I subscribe to seem to be able to add some textual description of the episode contents in that show up on the iPhone, that would also be nice. – tbone Aug 3 '09 at 23:02
At least it's not a "The Blog - Stack Overflow" (for those of us without smart ordering on our feed readers.) – Tom Hawtin - tackline Nov 23 '09 at 17:38

Yeah, Stack Overflow - Podcast is the way to go

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No green background? – deleted Sep 18 '09 at 3:24
They removed it. – juan Sep 18 '09 at 12:56

I had the same problem with some of the podcasts I listen to, since in iTunes it's not possible to change the title of a podcast.

So I put together a Google App Engine site to do the job, here it is:, it's pretty easy to use, I hope you find it useful.

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up vote 0 down vote accepted

How about...

The Stack Exchange Podcast

Catchy, eh?

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