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Stanford University has embraced podcasting in a big way. The University where Google’s founders hammered out their code has loaded more than 400 audio files into a special portal in the iTunes Music Store, accessible through a page on the University’s own website.
On Tuesday, the female-oriented, adult entertainment channel Playgirl TV launched a podcast from their primary website. Playgirl’s sex educator, Jamye Waxman will produce a new “Sex Pod” once a week. It will be distributed from Yahoo’s newly formed podcast network.
Steve Jobs’ introduction of Apple’s new Rokr and Nano is now available online. He reveals some interesting factoids on iTunes and iPods.
Leveraging podcasting technology can give you a marketing edge that will allow you to increase your online visibility, increase your client acquisition rates and improve customer loyalty.
Everywhere you turn online these days you hear the word “podcast” or “podcasting.” No, it’s not some broadcasting method used by Martians, even though it might sound like it. A Podcast is just an audio file that is syndicated via an RSS feed, that you download and listen to with your computer or a portable device such as an iPod.
It has been said that podcasting is where Blogs and radio intersect. It is my belief that podcasting is quickly emerging as a media that stands completely on its own. Podcasting is nothing like radio in the traditional sense. It is only similar in the fact that you can listen to audio. That is where the similarities end.
Interested in a new, cutting-edge tool that can reach millions of potential customers? Then you are looking for podcasting!
This weekend, Microsoft unveiled their online mapping service, Virtual Earth. This particular map service gives users a number of options when it comes to online map usability. However, it seems the developers of MSN’s latest project may have erred and not necessarily on the side of caution.
Here’s something that wasn’t reported very well: The Unofficial Apple Weblog: Blogcasting anyone?
Podcasting has all the ingredients to become a major technology trend. Podcasting has started with little fanfare but has the potential to become a giant wave due to a number of factors going for it. The word Podcast might have been roughly derived from iPod and broadcast (it sure sounds like that to me so don’t hit me if I am wrong! ).
Wayne Hurlbert at Blog Business World is hosting this week’s Carnival of the Capitalists, the weekly aggregation of links to posts by a wide range of different bloggers that provides a unique focus on them for further developing conversations.
According to new forecasts from The Diffusion Group, a US-based consumer technology research consultancy, demand for time-shifted digital audio files – that’s ‘podcasts’ to you and me – is expected to grow from less than 15% of portable digital music player owners in the US in 2004 to 75% by 2010.
Neville Hobson has written an excellent piece about podcasting, walking you through what it is and how you can use it to add a human and informal touch to your communication.
Adding to the ever-expanding lexiconical (lexiconal? lexiconiferous?) universe that cyberspace has berthed, the most recent newborn phenomenon of “podcasting” has caused radio giant Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. and Viacom’s Infinity Broadcasting to develop a whole new brand of radio.
Dave Winer has a message for advertisers: adapt to the world of podcasting or die…
Editors Note: Neville Hobson and Shel Holtz conducted an interview with General Motors’ Michael Wiley and kindly transcribed the contents for us. The basis for the interview was to discuss the future impact of blogs, RSS feeds, and podcasting (the medium used for the interview).