Saturday, December 31, 2005

Podcast changes notion of radio

"It would let you drive anywhere with no need to listen to ads on the radio. And it would drain off some, though who knows how much, of the audience of commercial radio. Could be interesting."

Friday, December 30, 2005

Pick up the pace with a podcast

"Fitness and sports are a growing segment of Internet audio"

Thursday, December 29, 2005

Librarian Hopes To Attract Teens Via Radio Podcasting

"Starting in January, the new and improved section of the teen library is developing brand new programming to entice teens and young adults to spend their time at a place notoriously known for quiet time and novel reading."

An Ice Fishing Podcast

"Add iPods to the list of equipment Minnesota anglers will be taking out on the hard water this winter."

Teaching With Ipods? Of Course

"...recording small group study sessions from his psychology classes and offering them as free podcasts, audio recordings that can be downloaded from the Internet..."

Wednesday, December 28, 2005

The Podcast Shaking Up French Politics

"Interior Minister -- and would-be President -- Nicolas Sarkozy has created a sensation in cyberspace."

Global TV News Harnesses the Power of Podcasting

"Global National, another Canadian TV station, decided to join the herd of podcasters by offering their news for free online via podcast."

Cutting-edge technology emerges at 2006 conventions

"Podcasts are the coolest thing out there..."

The Demographics of Podcasting

"...results of a survey which benchmarks the podcast audience of who is tuning in and how often."

Friday, December 23, 2005

All the World's A Podcast

"The beauty of the new technologies being born on the web — podcasts, blogs, video blogs, social networking sites — is that they put us in charge."

Thursday, December 22, 2005

Northeast State providing podcasts

"Northeast State Technical Community College began providing podcasts on its Web site this month."

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

"Arizona Heart Institute and Hospital...

...offers Podcasts for Cardiovascular Education."

PodGuide.tv

"Podguide.tv is a new guide to the best video content available for the video iPod."

Monday, December 19, 2005

Museum on Your iPod

"The Victoria and Albert Museum has ventured into new territories for the museum world with the launch of podcasts..."

Sunday, December 18, 2005

Police find a new way to reach out

"The Franklin Police Department has joined the podcast revolution, becoming one of the first departments in the nation to use the hot new Internet technology to reach out to citizens."

Saturday, December 17, 2005

Lonely Planet Travelcasts

"...hear interviews with Lonely Planet authors on the road, listen to sounds from around the world, and tap into the most recent information available about selected destinations."

Friday, December 16, 2005

Motel 6 Continues to Leave the Light On

"You, not grandma's poor circulation, control the temperature."

Somatic Digital Announces TUI-enabled Podcasting Development

"The reader can touch the page and a podcast can be directed to the reader’s computer, and through syncing, to the MP3 player."

Thursday, December 15, 2005

Ingenico demonstrates payment by iPod

"...travellers could book plane tickets and receive them via MP3 format by e-mail. He or she would then just need to store the MP3 receipt on an iPod before going to the airport."

Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Bringing prime time to video iPod

"It takes shows recorded by Microsoft's Windows Media Center software on a PC, converts them and transfers them into a special playlist on the iPod."

When bloggers start cashing in

"Almost two-fifths of people producing videoblogs and podcasts are doing so with some sort of commercial motive, according to a new study."

Penguin to podcast Dickens' Christmas classic

"Penguin is to distribute a podcast of Charles Dickens' seasonal classic 'A Christmas Carol', the first full version of a book the publisher has made available via its fledgling service."

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Podcasting One of the Best Ideas of 2005

"...a growing trend around IT industry analysts reaching new audiences and better serving their traditional audiences through RSS-enabled blogging and podcasting..."

Taking IT industry analysts to a new level

"...a growing trend around IT industry analysts reaching new audiences and better serving their traditional audiences through RSS-enabled blogging and podcasting."

The Pentagon Channel adds podcasting to deliver news

"The Pentagon Channel's podcasts are targeted to the men and women in the military. The channel broadcasts military news and information for and about the 2.6 million members of the U.S. Armed Forces."

Apple iPod: The new public access?

"What I like about vodcasting is that it allows independent producers to self-publish their own syndicated 'shows,' and it gives them as well as standard broadcast radio or television programs a new distribution method that goes directly to their target audience," said Wood.

Monday, December 12, 2005

Take Control of Your iPod: Running Presentations

"Although its capabilities are limited compared to a laptop, it is possible to use a full-sized, color-screen iPod to run presentations developed in PowerPoint on Windows or Macintosh, or Keynote on the Mac."

Modern Santa Claus is blogging and podcasting

"...Now, with the click of a mouse, Santa Claus can be easily reached via email, blogs and, yes, even podcasts."

Simulation-Based Learning and Podcasting

"Anders Gronstedt, Ph.D., - president of the Gronstedt Group, a firm specializing in custom-developing learning programs, will present at the ELC meeting scheduled for January 10th in Atlanta."

Sunday, December 11, 2005

Corporations go off a-podcasting

"Businesses are getting into the high-tech counterculture domain to see if the quirky medium can help reach the public"

Colleges debate merits of podcast lectures

"UC Berkeley, Stanford participate in experimental educational program"

Friday, December 09, 2005

S&S Podcast-only Interview with Stephen Covey

"In conjunction with Free Press's paperback release of Stephen R. Covey's THE 8TH HABIT: From Effectiveness to Greatness, media are invited to listen to the exclusive podcast-only interview with the bestselling author."

Thursday, December 08, 2005

Virgin Atlantic Offers Podcasting

"We are using this technology to bring you exciting and up to date content about our destinations, starting with a series of audio guides to New York."

Youth Prefers iPods to Radio

"A University of Southern California Media Lab study entitled “How to Make Music Radio Appealing To The Next Generation” confirms what’s obvious to anyone born more recently than the second Reagan Administration..."

Wednesday, December 07, 2005

The Web: Pols embracing podcasting

"...recorded audio broadcast that listeners around the globe downloaded, signaling, experts told United Press International's The Web, that podcasting is going mainstream."

Et maintenant, un peu de podcasting

"Over the next months the Woodhill Primary school podcast will involve pupils keeping a diary of their modern languages lessons and posting listening exercises."

Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Podcast is 2005 Word of the Year

"The editors of the New Oxford American Dictionary have selected “podcast” as the Word of the Year for 2005."

Saturday, December 03, 2005

UNICEF Podcast

"The UNICEF Podcast is a new global radio service focusing on the health, education, equality and protection of children."

Thursday, December 01, 2005

ONE Podcast Celebrates World AIDS Day

"Every day in Africa, HIV/AIDS kills 6,300 people, 8,500 people are infected with the HIV virus and 1,400 newborn babies are infected during childbirth."