Thanks for the reply Angelo...
Yes, I'm fully aware that Podcasting and Streaming are different technologies. I'm also fully aware that I need a streaming server and client app, thus the information I posted about the Darwin Streaming Server. Finally, I know I have to build (create) a file, before it can be posted on my blog and syndicated to (through) iTunes.
What I'm trying to accomplish is the streaming of a live event, to a specific web page, while at the same time, recording the event, to post later, as a Podcast, available on iTunes.
To accomplish the "live video stream" I'll be using the "Darwin Streaming Server" and a client app. I haven't decided how to handle the client side yet, though. I know I don't want the client app to be Flash-based, as that would make it impossible for iPad, iPhone and iPod users to get the live stream. I'm hoping there is an HTML5 technology that makes this possible.
I know this "Blubrry PowerPress Podcasting plugin" will handle the podcasting side of things. I was just curious if it also had the ability to also handle a live stream.
I guess the easiest way to explain what I'm trying to accomplish is to compare it to Ustream. With Ustream, a "live video stream" can be published out to your user page. However, the same "live video stream" can also be recorded, for use later, as a podcast.
Am I making sense?