Archive for September, 2005 Lands Podcast Sponsorship

Thursday, September 29th, 2005

I guess if you are going to make a mistake, its go big or go home. Well, accidently telling the world about one of the largest on record podcast ad buys is a pretty big mistake. “On Thursday, Outing, who is also a longtime columnist for E&P, posted an item at E-Media Tidbits titled “A […]

NYPD offers law enforcement podcast

Thursday, September 29th, 2005

“The first podcast is narrated by retired Inspector Jesse Peterman. It includes information about street closures during the UN General Assembly meeting this week. It also features interviews with a captain on the topic of identity theft, and with a policeman who was sent to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.” Macworld UK – NYPD offers […]

‘Dirty’ Podcasting A Growing Trend

Friday, September 23rd, 2005

Found this article today when searching the news. Kinda makes me wonder if we need to work parental tools into podcast downloading applications other than itunes (new in version 5, parents can choose to not let kids download podcasts)… “With the spread of podcasting, more and more teenagers are becoming informed through their iPods. Some […] The PodFather: Part One

Thursday, September 22nd, 2005

Unless you subscribe to Time Magazine, you probably never saw this article. It was available (from what I have found) as a special insert into the subscribers issues and not available on news stands. Its a fairly long article, but very interesting if you are into podcasting. Check it out on the Website.

Podcasting Books are Everywhere

Thursday, September 22nd, 2005

Here are some links to some podcasting books that I found. Enjoy, and contact the author and let them know what you think if you buy and read one…these were a lot of work I’m sure for most of them, and I know they will appreciate the feedback. Secrets of Podcasting Podcast Solutions Podcasting: The […]

BSW Professional Audio Gear for Podcasters

Thursday, September 22nd, 2005

Not to leave anybody out, BSW has also started selling kits and other hardware to help people become podcasters. You can get a package for $249 that includes a mic, mixer, mic stand and needed cables. As with PC Mall, you can also upgraded to more expensive packages and professional portable recording setups as well. […]

PC Mall Offers Podcasting Packages

Thursday, September 22nd, 2005

I was surprised when I found this link on the PC Mall website but delighted at the same time. They have developed kits of all levels and price ranges that will help people become podcasters. On this website you will find a $39.99 package with a set of headphones and an ipod attachemnt for talking […]

Voice123 – Voice Overs for your Podcast

Tuesday, September 20th, 2005

Have you ever thought to yourself, “Man, a professionally recorded intro or promo would really make my podcast cool”? If so, then you need to check out Voice 123. The truth of the matter is, a lot of the podcasts out there are really good…but there are a lot of podcasts out there. The hardest […]

Webby Awards Now Offered for blogs, podcasts

Tuesday, September 20th, 2005

The 10th annual Webby Awards competition announced it is adding four categories to recognize Web logs and podcasts. “As the Web enters its second decade as an integral part of everyday life, our expanded categories recognize those who are pushing the Web in new directions,” said Tiffany Shlain, founder of the competition. In addition to […]

Conference Calls Unlimited

Monday, September 19th, 2005

If you want to record a podcast via the phone by yourself or with a group of people, you can check out Conference Calls Unlimited. With them you can choose a podcasting plan for as little as $25 and they will help you get under way. But what services do they really offer you ask? […]

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