The main difference between live and recorded podcasts is your audience's listening habits and the kind of schedule that you must follow. When you opt for a live podcast, there is a specific schedule that you have to stick to when addressing your audience.For example, a typical radio show session will involve live callers, news, interviews, music, and adverts. This is quite different from a recorded podcast that may not include any of these.If you've dedicated like two hours for a show and your audience tunes in when you're middle way to completing, it means they have missed 50% of the show. You have to reintroduce your show and keep informing your listeners about your topic of the day. That is why radio presenter will keep reintroducing themselves to listeners.The first assumption you make when you decide to go live is that some of your listeners may tune in during the show, and you have to keep them up to date with the show.Unlike live radio shows, with recorded podcasts, you don't have to reintroduce yourself. Your listeners can always rewind the show if they are missing anything. Listeners can stream or download a recorded podcast, which makes it more convenient for them.