Currently Being ModeratedDec 3, 2012 11:36 PM (in response to Poppa Willis)
As you say, iTunes is looking for a feed at
However the file at this address is not a feed, it is a web page (which is a parking page), and so cannot be read by iTunes. Consequently the Store has stuck at the last date the feed worked, and if you subscribe it turns up empty.
You need to place a copy of your new feed (which contains the redirect URL) at the old address in order to sort this out. (The redirect tag has to be at the old feed URL, not the new one.) However it rather looks as if the domain has expired so you would need to renew it to do this.
The alternative is to email Support at podcasts 'at' apple.com and ask them to change the Store to your new feed. Either way you need to sort this out quickly, because if you continue with a non-working feed URL you will eventually find your podcast has been removed from the Store.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 4, 2012 10:07 AM (in response to Roger Wilmut1)
And that is the problem! Just realized our old address was forwarding to new. The old domain has expired and Apple is still using the old address internally.
Now how do I get that changed?
Currently Being ModeratedDec 4, 2012 10:11 AM (in response to Poppa Willis)
I did explain that. You have only two options:
1. Renew the domain name, place a copy of the feed on it at the old URL, and add the redirection tag to it.
2. Email podcasts 'at' apple.com and ask them to change the Store to using the new feed. This is probably going to be the preferable option, though I can't predict whether they will do this or how long it will take - however it's worked well for other people.