The mission of BlogAudio.org is to give you the resources you need to put audio files into your weblog and other web pages. It grew out of efforts to help Christopher Lydon put audio interviews into his blog and to build his BlogRadio.org website. Our ideal is to capture, edit (at least mark start and end points), and deploy audio through a browser interface, but you may need cooperating server middleware (implementing SoX and transcode, for example). We will also survey desktop tools and the hardware you need to capture the media.
And there’s a blogvideo.org too (although right now it bounces to a Chris Lydon site.) We’ve just been talking about a site that includes video and audio done by students.