Get the “Add to My Yahoo” Icon for your Podcast

Ever wonder how you as a podcaster could add that “Add to My Yahoo!” icon to your website so people can subscribe to your blog or podcast through My Yahoo? I found a page today that will help you create your own button.Get Yours Now!

Add to My Yahoo

“Millions of people visit Yahoo! every day. Make it easy for Yahoo! users who come to your site to subscribe to your feeds. Put an “Add-to-My Yahoo!” button on your web pages.”

Yahoo! Search blog: Video Search To Go!

Yahoo RSS / Video iPod Demo

On a Yahoo Employee blog recently I found a post from Andy Volk, a Product Manager for Yahoo! Video Search. He has a nice tutorial showing you how to use the Yahoo video search to create an RSS feed and how to subscribe to it in iTunes, and eventually transfer it to your new video iPod. Here is a snippet…

“Since I wanted to fill my new gadget as quickly as possible with video files found with Yahoo! Video Search, I realized that this would be a good time to mention that you can use the Media RSS feed from our Web Services API to easily pull in Yahoo! Video Search results as a video podcast with iTunes 6, and from there you can move them to your iPod. (So you can still use this feature with iTunes 6 even if your Video iPod hasn’t arrived yet).”

Yahoo! Search blog: Video Search To Go! Now Video Podcasting

The Washington Post announced recently that they have decided to start producing a video podcast. They have produced one episode already and in it the columnist Rob Pegoraro gives a demo of the new iPod video and some of its features and limitations. Check out the links below for more information.

>> video podcast page
>> Direct link to video ipod demo

New Scientist tests ad-funded podcasts

Found this story today…will be interesting to see what the results are, if they publish them. Others have tried this in the past, but still no word on how successful they were.

Science and technology news provider New Scientist has begun testing a podcasting service, with the intention to include audio adverts.

The first edition of the 9-week podcast pilot will be available for download on 4 November. Each week, listeners will be able to access a 15 minute podcast available to download onto their mp3 player or onto their desktop to listen via a media player.

New Scientist podcasts will be available to download on as well as via podcasting sites such as iTunes.

See Netimperative Website for Full Story

Wired News: No Porn for You, Video IPod!

Although some have emerged already, according to WIRED magazine (in an interview with L.R. Clinton Fayling, president of Brickhouse Mobile) video pornography will be slow to adopt the new iPod video format. I guess that will leave it to the amateurs to make all the money offering their personal skin flicks to the masses. Here is a snippet from the WIRED article…

To avoid such scrutiny, and litigation or legislation, Fayling said the industry will likely follow three guidelines regarding porn for the iPod: Customers will be age-verified through a credit card, no content will be offered for free and the material will be copy-protected so it can’t be shared.”

Wired News, Full Story.

ABC News: Assessing the Potential of Podcasts

If you are into podcasting, or thinking about it, you may want to give this article a read. A writer from PC Magazine (through the ABC News Website) interviews people from both sides of the fence. Find out both sides of the story, from believers, to nay-sayers, in this article.

“The beauty of podcasting may be in the eye of the beholder. Two separate expert panels in New York this week took different approaches to predicting the future of the new medium.”

Read the Entire story at

ABC Radio Networks Debuts New Site

“ABC Radio Networks has launched a comprehensive new Web site,, incorporating new features that provide a central location for listeners, advertisers and affiliates to obtain complete information related to all of ABC Radio’s News/Talk, Sports, Music & Entertainment, and Urban & Hispanic programming. The new site features an ABC/ESPN Radio podcasting directory, as well as free on-demand streaming audio clips from programs like The Sean Hannity Show, Mike And Mike In The Morning, The Dan Patrick Show, Satellite Sisters, and The Michael Baisden Show. Visitors also have access to an affiliate search tool which locates area radio stations that broadcast ABC Radio shows. Furthermore, the content for ABC Radio Networks programs is enhanced with a simple navigation tool, details about major national promotions, and links to individual show Web sites. also includes sections dedicated to advertisers and affiliates, including links to all ABC Radio-owned and operated stations and advertising sales information.”

Full Story on FMBQ Website.

Motorola announces groundbreaking music podcast

“Motorola will release a podcast for its ROKR iTunes phone next week – one of the first podcasts on the planet to feature legally-licensed music from big name music acts.

The company describes the inclusion of music – a major step the podcasting phenomenon – as: “Marking another step towards full legitimacy of a format frequently branded ‘the new pirate radio’.”

All the copyrighted music tracks used in the podcast have been licensed from the record label responsible for its original release. The company has arranged for three such transmissions.”

Read it All Right Here

‘Ancestor’ on Pace to be Most-Popular Podcast Novel Ever

Saw this post pop up on the Yahoo Finance site today and was really proud of Scott Sigler. He has worked really hard and created great content for podcasters to consume. If you are reading this and like great sci-fi stories, you should go check out botht the Earthcore Podcast and the Ancestor Podcast, both podcast novels written by Scott.

So it wasn’t a fluke after all. Scott Sigler is the author of EarthCore, the world’s first podcast-only novel. EarthCore generated thousands of subscribers and landed Sigler a print deal, but the groundbreaking novel may soon be overshadowed by Sigler’s newest work, “Ancestor.””

Read the Whole story at Yahoo Finance

Reality TV Magazine: Survivor Live To Be Available As Free Podcast On The iTunes

CBS will promote free audio downloads of select CBS programs on the iTunes Music Store, it was announced recently by Larry Kramer, President, CBS Digital Media. The extensive suite of CBS podcasts includes the Survivor Live program. Survivor Live is an Internet talk show featuring Entertainment Weekly’s Dalton Ross and former Survivor Jenna Morasca as hosts.

Read the Original Post Here.