Archive for 'Podcasting News'

French Podcast Directory hits the Scene

Thursday, June 2nd, 2005

“PodBlaster.net est le premier site en fran�ais d�di� au podcasting. Nous souhaitons faire la promotion du podcasting francophone et ce site est un espace de contact entre les podcasteurs et leurs auditeurs. Nous proposons une version pr�liminaire de notre annuaire, les podcasteurs francophones sont encore peu nombreux.” Although there are not a lot of French […]

Podcasting Excites MoMA Tours!

Wednesday, June 1st, 2005

If you have ever taken a tour of a museum or an art gallery you may know how dry the tour may be, especially if you decide to pay the $5 price for an audio companion to guide you through. Well, be bored no more. A professor of communications and a few of his college […]

Teachers, Students Get into Podcasting

Tuesday, May 31st, 2005

Every day I wake up and read the latest in podcasting news…and I usually get a smile on my face with all that is happening. But today when I got around to checking the news, I was more excited than usual. Growing up in the time I did, we did not see many computers in […]

TV Guide Starts Podcasting

Thursday, May 26th, 2005

I usually do not talk much about podcasts that have not submitted to the Podcast Alley directory yet, but I will make the exception this time. TV Guide has decided to jump into the podcasting arena with their very own podcast. “In this exclusive weekly Podcast, you can listen to Michael Ausiello and the TVGuide.com […]

Investors.com Gives you the Price of Podcast Sponsorships

Thursday, May 26th, 2005

Ok folks, most of you reading this are probably not pulling major $$ for producing your podcasts right now. But thanks to MarketWatch (and investors.com) we now know how much Weblogs, Inc pulled to work with Volvo and GM. “Volvo paid Weblogs Inc. $60,000 to sponsor the Autoblog.com Web log and podcast for six months, […]

TechPodcasts.com Hits 100,000 Listeners

Thursday, May 26th, 2005

Many of you out there have probably heard of AMP (or the Association of Music Podcasters). This group formed in the early times of podcasting to unite all podsafe music podcasters. They have done very well for themselves, but now, much like AMP, another Organizatioin has been getting a lot of press, and traffic for […]

Forbes.com Says SELL your Audible Stock!

Wednesday, May 25th, 2005

While browsing the Forbes Website, I stumbled upon an interesting little article Title ‘Podcasting, A Growing Threat to Audible’. This title was intriguing but not nearly as much as the article was to me. From what I gather, a stock research group did a study and was suggesting a “sell” rating for people owning the […]

NBC News Starts podcasting in June

Wednesday, May 25th, 2005

According to the Online Media Daily website, NBC News will start podcasting (or repurposing shows for podcast delivery) next month. It seems like everybody is trying to get into the game now. NBC NEWS WILL NEXT MONTH begin offering podcasts of portions of its news shows, the company said Tuesday. The podcasts, which will be […]

BitTorrent Search could Help with Podcasters

Monday, May 23rd, 2005

In an article published today on the Wired.com Website, the popular BitTorrent application is about to unleash the free BitTorrent search tool, which will be the first large-scale commercial offering from BitTorrent, a five-person company. But what does this mean for podcasters? Bandwidth is a growing concercn for podcasters that are starting to gain in […]

Listen to Podcasts while Playing XBOX 360

Monday, May 23rd, 2005

According to the Extreme iPod Website, “Microsoft’s upcoming Xbox 360 will have the ability to interface with the iPod, allowing users to simply plug their portable player in to the games console to play songs through it.” Im always looking for new ways to use technology, and I guess this can be considered that. Now […]