Introduction to Seismic Soundoff

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Listen to a brief introduction of SEG’s first podcast – Seismic Soundoff – with highlights from its first twelve episodes. With new episodes monthly, Seismic Soundoff features leaders in industry, emerging research, and the latest from the field of applied geophysics.

What is a podcast?

A podcast is like a radio show with other ways to listen than your AM/FM dial. By using the internet or a smart device (phone or tablet), you can listen to interviews with the latest SEG book authors, get updates on Society news and events, and explore critical topics in the field. You will also hear highlights from SEG journals – The Leading Edge, Interpretation, GEOPHYSICS – and events like Annual Meeting and the Distinguished Instructor Short Course (DISC).

Most podcasts, including “Seismic Soundoff,” are audio-based conversations. SEG releases at least one new episode each month. 

How to listen

Visit seg.org/podcast, find the episode you want to listen to, and click play. You can also follow these instructions to stream from your smart device (phone or tablet).

Subscribe for free

Seismic Soundoff shows (or, podcast episodes) are available on iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher, and TuneIn. If you have a smart device, you can subscribe using apps.

  • For iPhones and iPads, try the Podcasts app. In the Podcasts app, search for “Seismic Soundoff,” click on the logo, and select subscribe.
  • For Android phones and tablets, try the PlayerFM app at Google Play. The app is free, but you will need to download it first. Once downloaded, search for “Seismic Soundoff” and click the plus sign (+) to Subscribe.

For a list of other podcast apps – free and paid – visit Tom’s Guide (a news site for technology).

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