Archive for 'Podcasting News'

Make Mag Reviews new Yahoo! Music App

Thursday, May 12th, 2005

First off let me say this: I would follow Phil Torrone from company to company. I followed him from Engadget to Make Magazine. I love his writing style, insite and the fact that he loves being the tech nerd he is. With that said, lets get the point. Recently on the Make website found here, […]

iPodder Lemon/iTunes 4.8 Mandatory Fix

Thursday, May 12th, 2005

It looks like if you have updated to the most recent version of iTunes (4.8) you may be experienceing problems getting your iPodder Lemon App to work. Fear not, Windows Users, it looks like the bug has been fixed in a new version. Get the details below. Download the Fixed Version Here. See the iPodder […]

Holy Crap! Insomnia Radio was Hi-Jacked!

Wednesday, May 11th, 2005

The Insomnia Radio Podcast has been taken over by the independent anthem..check it out now! See the Blog Now

PodScope to do Video and Audio

Wednesday, May 11th, 2005

Those of you doing your homework know that the podscope website and search engine was developed to “listen” to podcasts and create an index of all the words that were spoken for users to search. From what I understand, it was also announced that they will be implementing this same technology in indexing video podcasts […]

BMI Clears the Air, Starts Podcast

Monday, May 9th, 2005

For those of you that have been keeping your eyes on certain areas of the recording industry, this story might interest you. In a recent press release, BMI’s website not claims to have “a clear path for podcasters to get more information on licensing music for their programs and to obtain BMI licenses 24 hours […]

WebProNews Exposes HP Podcasters

Friday, May 6th, 2005

Just found a funny little post on the WebProNews website about a few top level HP execs podcasting and thought I would share it. “The page, which sits on the official HP Web site — is the first instance of anything resembling “PodCasting” that we’re aware of by a senior executive in technology. In her […]

USA Today says Podcasting Station will Fail

Friday, May 6th, 2005

In an article today from USA Today, a reporter talked about the new San Francisco radio station that is going to start playing all podcast content. The thing that caught my eye was this…they think it will fail. “It’s an interesting idea, although one that will likely fail. You don’t hear of a lot of […]

Legal Issues Shutdown WCKG Podcast

Friday, May 6th, 2005

It may come as no surprise to some of you reading this, but a Radio Broadcaster turned Podcaster has been forced to shut down his podcast. Apparently the content within the podcast was not covered in the agreement between Infinity Broadcasting and BMI, ASCAP, SESAC, etc. “Chicago radio veteran and current Infinity talk WCKG afternoon […]

Anti-Piracy tax on iPods?

Friday, May 6th, 2005

I was reading the news this morning and found an interesting article at the Extreme iPod website. It seems that in the Netherlands, they are debating adding an additional tax on all portable media devices. “Stichting de Thuiskope, the lobbying group that represents music rights holders in the Netherlands, is proposing a plan which would […]

Libsyn Hits a Milestone!

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2005

Ok, so Im a couple of days late, but I didnt see anyone else talking about it and I thought I would give kudos to one of the best (and the service I refer most people to), and that is Libsy.com. I was recently browsing their site and found this gem: “One Million Downloads Served […]