Archive for April, 2005

Apple releases Soundtrack Pro

Monday, April 18th, 2005

Apple is introducing what they claim is a revolutionary audio editing program called Soundtrack Pro and it retails for about $299. It may be overkill for podcasters and it may have too many advanced features, but I just thought i would throw it out there for you guys to sink your teeth into. If anyone […]

Phil Torrone (ex-Engadget) is Back with Make: DIYcast

Monday, April 18th, 2005

Well folks, it seems like the wait is over. Phillip Torrone, formally the mastermind behind the Engadget Podcast, has started another podcast with his new company, Make. They say their podcast, “…like the magazine, is loaded with exciting projects, hacks, science and news that help you make the most of your technology.” A 30 min […]

‘Visual radio’ headed for U.S. cell phones

Monday, April 18th, 2005

From what I understand, Infinity Broadcasting (one of the Radio Groups other than Clear Channel) is making a move to become more technology oriented. They are reported to be working with HP to bring FM to your cell phone….along with album covers, concert dates and the ability to buy the album through your cell phone. […]

iPods are “The Buzz” again on Yahoo!

Saturday, April 16th, 2005

On April 15, 2005 Yahoo! once again (through their Buzz indexing) found that iPods and related searches were once again at the top of the list of keywords searched for on their search engine. Considering how important the Apple iPods were with the rapid expansion of podcasting I thought it was only relivant to point […]

Eric Rice says AudioBlog for FREE!

Saturday, April 16th, 2005

Eric Rice reported today on his blog that he is having so much fun with all the different ways you can post audio blogs (and video) that they want to offer everyone a free 7 day trial to let you see the power of their service. “..We’ve decided to let everyone take Audioblog.com for a […]

Making Podcasts with Propaganda

Saturday, April 16th, 2005

There is a new software out there poised to change the podcasting world…from the creation side. The name of the software is Propaganda. I got my hands on a copy today and will be taking it for a test drive to let you guys know what I think its worth. keep your eyes open for […]

Owner Sells Radio Stations and become Podcast Only

Saturday, April 16th, 2005

Wow. Thats all I can really say when I read this. There may be more to this story that we dont know, but just from the outside looking in this is pretty amazing. The true power of the podcasting revolution. “I was there when FM radio came into its own and saw the impact on […]

Clear Channel: LIM Campaign

Friday, April 15th, 2005

In an effort to combat the rise of many new distribution methods, radio and CC, have come up with their LIM Campaign which means…Less Is More. From what I gather, they are reducing the number of commercials (especially longer commercials) and charging more for them. They claim to be “selling more 30-second spots than before […]

Movie Industry checking out Bit Torrent

Friday, April 15th, 2005

Ok. This, to me, is excellent. For an entity such as this to finally come out and say they support the use of Bit Torrent, but dont really get it, is a big step in the right direction. For the longest time, to the non-tech world, BT has been seen as a bad thing… a […]

ZD Net: Bid on Ad Space, Help Tsunami Relief

Friday, April 15th, 2005

ZD Net is trying some interesting stuff with their podcasts. They are actually auctioning off (for charity) on ebay, advertising space in their podcasts. This is a unique and interesting spin, but I love the idea. They are using their name to help not only promote the winning bidder but they are also helping the […]

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