Archive for January, 2006

KEXP Announces Song of the Day Podcast : Yahoo News

Tuesday, January 24th, 2006

Ok. I usually don’t blog about stuff like this (music related) because I don’t really know enough about it, but I thought this was pretty cool and right in line with what makes podcasting cool for me. This new podcast will have exclusive in-studio performances, unreleased songs from independant artists and well-known artists alike. In […]

NAMM Update: Podcasting Mics Galore

Tuesday, January 24th, 2006

Microphone manufacturers have discovered the podcasting market, and are responding with a variety of new mics designed to meet the needs of podcasters. At the 2006 NAMM Show, held January 19-22, 2006, in Anaheim, California, many of the mic manufacturers we talked to either were shipping mics that targeted podcasting, or had design prototypes on […]

Podcast host will PodCast as he runs 110th Boston Marathon

Monday, January 23rd, 2006

I have always loved this podcast (being a runner and tri-athlete in a previous life) and will be looking forward to this unique podcast by Steve DURING the Boston Marathon! “Phedippidations” the thirty minute weekly internet radio show for runners, will provide complete coverage of the 110th Boston Marathon on April 17th before, after and […]

Real Stern Shocker: No Podcast : Wired.com

Monday, January 23rd, 2006

We podcasters have been saying this since the beginning, but it always sounds better coming from a writer at Wired Magazine. A good read for those of you who love podcasting, a better read for those of you who didn’t think podcasting would ever take hold. Satellite radio is a pretty good technology that’s attracting […]

Thunderbird Update

Thursday, January 12th, 2006

I was so interested in the performance of the new Thunderbird, I decided to download and play with it a bit. For those of you who are interested, here is what I know so far… You can subscribe to an RSS feed for news or podcasts or import from OPML, which is cool. When new […]

Podcasting Supported in Mozilla’s Thunderbird 1.5 | CNET News.com

Thursday, January 12th, 2006

For users of the Mozilla Thunderbird mail application, an announcement was posted today about the inclusion of RSS and podcast support of the new app. Anyone using this program feel free to leave comments and reviews. “Mozilla released on Thursday its updated e-mail application, Thunderbird 1.5, which is designed to deliver improved security and functionality. […]

Who’s Listening to Podcasts?

Monday, January 9th, 2006

A published article (dated January 10…I thought today was January 9…weird) that shows a proposed graph of podcast adoption through 2010. What are you doing today to gain those listeners? “There is little argument – perhaps with the exception of VoIP – that podcasting was the breakout Internet phenomenon of 2005. It changed the listening […]

Using WordPress? Auto Enclosures for MP3′s

Monday, January 9th, 2006

Using WordPress For Podcasting Podcasting is seamlessly supported as of WordPress 1.5. Just link to an audio file in one of your posts and WordPress will automatically add the necessary enclosure tag to your RSS2 feed to make it useable as a podcast. Not sure if you are using WordPress 1.5 or not? Simply login […]

German court backs Apple against “Spod” : News.com

Monday, January 9th, 2006

An interesting Apple/Podcasting story… “A German court, at the request of Apple Computer, has temporarily barred a Stuttgart technology company from marketing its brand “Spod” for a cell phone podcasting service, according to the German company’s executives. Liquid Air Lab has been offering a service since late last year that provides broadband-capable mobile phone users […]

The death of the guidebook?

Monday, January 9th, 2006

I posted a story a while back about Virgin offering audio guides to people flying to certain cities. Here is an update to that story… “Is this the end for the guidebook? Publishers are reporting huge demand for their newly launched ‘podcasts’ – audio guides to foreign destinations which you download from the internet onto […]

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