CUBIC Investor Relations offers podcasts

You’ve read our point of view. Now hear what we think

 

Podcasting allows you to get audio content directly from sources like CUBIC Investor Relations right on your computer or your portable audio player and listen to it whenever you like. Here are the basics to get started.

Listen right now or download it later?

 

With the audio content on CUBIC's Investor Relations site, you can download and listen to the file immediately or you can subscribe to our podcast feed which will automatically load our audio segments onto your computer or portable audio player.

 

Download and listen

  • Right click the link next to this icon and select "Save target as" if you're using Internet Explorer or "Save link as" if you use Firefox.
  • Select the location on your hard drive where you want to store the audio file, for example, on your desktop
  • When the download completes, double click the audio file on your desktop. It will play in your computers default MP3 player, for example Windows Media Player or iTunes.

 

Subscribe to the podcast

Like our RSS feed, subscribing to our podcast feed requires a piece of software on your computer that will occasionally check in to see if we've posted something new. When there's a new piece of audio content on our site, you'll have the option of automatically downloading it.

To automatically download and synchronize files to play on your computer or your portable audio player (e.g. iPod), you'll need to use a podcast client. iPodder is a free, open-source client that is available for Mac OS X, Windows & Linux. You can also use iTunes , FeedDemon or any number of alternatives available on the Web.

After you download and install your podcasting software, add our podcast feed. Instructions for adding feeds vary depending on the podcasting software you choose, but typically they go like this:

  • Identify the podcast to which you wish to subscribe
  • In your web browser, right click the text or XMLimage link to the podcast and select "Copy shortcut" or "Copy link location"
  • In your podcast software select "Add a new feed"
  • Paste the podcast feed and click "Save"