Archive for 'Podcasting News'

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? […]

Odiogo Converts Blogs to Podcasts

Monday, September 19th, 2005

Odiogo has released their PC application (Windows XP or 2000 with at least 128 MB of memory and 5 GB of hard drive space and $29.95) that will convert any RSS feed to a podcast that is downloaded to your computer as an MP3 file. Here is what the say about their app, “ Odiogo […]

iTunes 5 Released

Wednesday, September 7th, 2005

iTunes 5 Main originally uploaded by theFerf. Apple announced and released their new version of the iTunes application. I downloaded a version to play with it but did not really see that many differences. There were some new ways to sync podcasts to your ipod and parental controls for parents to limit search/viewing of explicit […]

Apple up 5% on iPod Phone Buzz

Tuesday, September 6th, 2005

“Apple shares rose $2.58 to $48.80 in trading that was almost twice the average volume. Earlier, the shares touched $48.88 in afternoon trading, a new record. Apple and Motorola Inc. are widely expected to unveil a mobile phone that will include Apple’s technology for downloading songs from the Internet onto portable music players, and have […]

eMusic Adds Podcasting and RSS

Tuesday, September 6th, 2005

“San Diego-based eMusic, a provider of digital music and downloads, said that it has added podcast and RSS feeds to its online services. The new features add editorial content from eMusic editors for different music genres, and will be linked to its music track service. The company said that as new tracks are added to […]

NPR Expands Podcast Programming

Tuesday, September 6th, 2005

Im always happy to see when somebody grabs a hold of podcasting so fully and uses it the way it should be. With that said, I commend NPR for providing a lot of their great content through podcast syndication. They started off testing the waters with a few, but now it looks like their offerings […]

PC Gamer Launches Podcast

Tuesday, September 6th, 2005

“PC Gamer magazine has started up a weekly podcast show featuring editors discussing the week in PC gaming news and interviews with big-name guests. The first episode discusses the new Chinese government’s restrictions on gaming, Battlefield 2′s accessibility, and an interview with Gas Powered Games founder Chris Taylor. Taylor, of Total Annihilation and Dungeon Siege […]

TV Ventures into Podcasting

Tuesday, September 6th, 2005

Found an interesting article on the BlogCritics website today. It lists out the major networks (CBS, NBC, FOX) that are testing podcasting and explains a little bit about each of the shows. Here is what the say: “Already a formidable trend in the online world, podcasting is storming into the mainstream now that Apple has […]