I just had to post this show to the Promos section because the description was great! If you are a podcaster and are looking to get more listeners, a good description will help. “The place where the lifestyle of ’65 meets the music of ’05! They’re too hip for the old crowd and too old […]
Archive for April, 2005
Like everybody else, I too have tons of extra gmail accounts. If you need one and some how dont know anyone who will give you one, email [email protected] and i will get you yours.
Happy Fish has a piece of software that they are marketing in a very interesting way. Although it is to US a podcast downloading client, they have updated their thinking a bit (which I have been waiting for). “HappyFish will download your enclosures (podcasts, mp3′s, videos, apps, whatever) to your computer while you sleep and […]
The Clear Channel folks have obviously realized that they are having some troubles. They have started a giant new promotional pacakge for their new “Stripped” programming that includes satelite, email marketing, rebroadcasting features and podcasting. “According to The Wall Street Journal, Clear Channel hopes to tighten the relationship between listeners and their local radio stations, […]
I stumbled upon an article this morning from The New Zeland Herald. It seems to me, the author doesn’t get it yet. Here are a few quotes from the site: “The term – an abbreviation of broadcasting and iPod – is just a hip name for downloading audio content…If you have a favourite daily radio […]
Everytime I think I have heard the most extreme podcast, another one jumps out and scares me. I recently caught wind of the “Lorenzo Garianos Everst Ascent 2005″. For some odd reason, I could not open the audio files on my computer, but accessing them directly from their website worked ok. “Adventurer Lorenzo Gariano is […]
Am I the only one that has not heard of Maven Networks? Maybe I forgot the name, but they seem to be taking the plunge into Commercializing Podcasting. “Maven’s Commercial Podcasting solution provides broadcasters with the most reliable, scalable and cost-effective solution for delivering shows and programs to portable devices. Using Maven, broadcasters can seamlessly […]
For those of you who have not yet heard the rumbling yet, on yesterdays Daily Source code Adam uses a new beta version of an application he is calling “CastBlaster”. He has been kind enough to provide us with this screen shot of the app. (see more here). very interesting.
It has finally happened. Podcast Alley is now blogging. Again. When this site was started, I opened up a blogger.com account and started posting. I quickly ran out of time. So what is different now? Not much. I still have no time, but I think the delivery of my news to you will be better […]