Saturday, April 29, 2006

Exclusive BMW vodcast from the New York Auto Show

"BMW is pleased to present an exclusive vodcast from the 2006 New York International Automobile Show – April 14-23, 2006. Among the highlights is a BMW press conference featuring the updated iPod interface – now available for most BMW models."

SciTech Watch - Podcasting: What's On?

"But what kind of programs are available as podcasts? How do you find more podcasts you will like? Join us this week on SciTech Watch as we explore Podcasting: What's on?"

Nokia Podcasting Application for S60 3d Editing

"The program is integrated into the phone so you can send podcast and podcast links over MMS or Bluetooth."

Podcasts continue to transmit new possibilities in education

"Schott said that students from last semester found the podcasts to be useful. One student, who commuted from Ellis, told him that she listened to the podcasts on her way to school each day, reviewing the material to be prepared for the next class."

FHSU's Science, Mathematics Center to launch Podcast Series

"Fort Hays State University's Science and Mathematics Center is to host the first podcast in the science, mathematics and technology series of Western Kansas."

Thursday, April 27, 2006

Podcasting: a whole new world of medium on demand

"The idea is that a podcaster makes a recording, or a show, and distributes it to people to play on their MP3 players."

Vodcasts light up video iPod

"When my father-in-law took us out for a birthday dinner, I loaded up an Apple video iPod with some holiday video I recorded and pictures my daughter took on her school trip to Spain."

U offers podcasts to help deal with school

"This is one of the University’s first attempts at using podcasting to enhance the academic experience,..."

Lá goes global with podcast

"The daily has become the first and only Irish newspaper to be available in podcast form."

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Campus extends reach to iPod generation

""This reinforces the digital bridge to our students, alumni and the world, and allows us to explore new distribution channels," said Obadiah Greenberg, product manager for webcast.berkeley.edu, UC Berkeley's local site that delivers course and event content as podcasts and streaming video."

Big trend on campus: podcasting

"Its popularity has spread with this generation of students, who are comfortable with the technology and like how it fits into their busy work and academic schedules, said Natalie Simpson, an associate professor in UB's School of Management."

Sunday, April 23, 2006

Urban India joins podcasting bandwagon

""The podcasting arena is very democratic. It's open to anyone, anybody can upload podcasts to the web and people will come and listen to it. If they like it, they will leave you messages," says Vitek Goyel, a podcast listener."

999 service offers first aid via iPod

"...but now the iPod could help save your life. Sussex ambulance service yesterday launched a series of audio downloads which guide MP3-player-toting members of the public through emergency first-aid situations."

Boston Symphony launches podcast series

"The Boston Symphony Orchestra has launched a new series of podcasts of material from its celebrated Online Conservatory, supporting the BSO's two-season survey of the music of Ludwig van Beethoven and Arnold Schoenberg..."

Podcast Tours: Hold the Cheese, Please

"...many Gen-Xers, interested in history but used to the History Channel, are plugging into podcast audio tours -- entire self-guided tours that can be put on an iPod."

Friday, April 21, 2006

I heard it on the internet

"iTunes offers a free and easy way to store your favourite podcasts, writes Helen Bradley."

Thursday, April 20, 2006

Podcasting shakes up local media

"When National Public Radio (NPR) started offering a free podcast of its popular quiz show "Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!" it did so with little fanfare. That didn't stop hundreds - and perhaps thousands - of people from downloading the satirical look at the week's news on a Sunday afternoon back in February."

Learn Italian Language with Podcasts

"Learn Italian when and where is most convenient for you with free podcasts. Published every Monday and Thursday."

Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Podcasting enters classroom

"Graduate social work students in Stan Frager’s psychopathology class at the University of Louisville are benefiting from this veteran educator’s willingness to blaze a trail in university educational technology."

Podcasting Professor: A Step Ahead of Mac

"...when it comes to Professor Richard McKenzie’s “Microeconomics for Managers” class, the video iPod will begin to play an integral part in how McKenzie teaches his students."

Sunday, April 16, 2006

Babson president produces podcast

"Babson College’s Brian Barefoot has joined the ranks of university presidents who use the Internet to tell the rest of the world what their schools are doing."

Suddenly, it’s the podcast era

"The Greater Des Moines Partnership is considering how podcasts might help sell the image of downtown Des Moines and Central Iowa in general. In Windsor Heights, Bob Singer is already producing “Political Kitchen” podcasts in, of course, his kitchen."

Podcasting shakes up local media

"When National Public Radio (NPR) started offering a free podcast of its popular quiz show "Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!" it did so with little fanfare. That didn't stop hundreds - and perhaps thousands - of people from downloading the satirical look at the week's news on a Sunday afternoon back in February."

Wednesday, April 12, 2006

WSU Prof experiments with podcasting lectures

"A pilot project at Washington State University could change the way students listen to lectures, take notes and even study for exams."

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Innovative Educational Video Podcast Targets Young Artists

"ARTwire.com is a community-based website that provides a venue for young artists from around the world."

Blog, Podcast, RSS Ad Dollars Growing by Triple Digits

"Blog, podcast and RSS feed advertising are the fastest-growing segments in alternative media, according to a study released today by research firm PQ Media."

Monday, April 10, 2006

The New York Times Podcasts

"Listen to New York Times editors, critics and reporters discuss the day's news and features."

Friday, April 07, 2006

Professors adapt to students' needs with electronic extras

"Ease of use, experts concur, is one of the simplest explanations for educasting's success. It allows easy distribution and consumption - a perk to both the sender and receiver of the message."

Thursday, April 06, 2006

Podcast study shows current and future trends

"Forrester Research has released the results of a study on podcasting and listeners' habits. Although the study itself is available only to Forrester clients, some details have gone public, and they shed some light on where the technology might be headed."

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Podcasting serves as study aid for students

"The school is experimenting with podcasting, a new digital technology that allows students to download lectures and other course material for listening on the go."

Monday, April 03, 2006

Journalism instructor blends technology with class material

"Daniels, an assistant journalism professor, is exchanging a class session for a podcast this semester to see how it works."

Sunday, April 02, 2006

Big podcasts on campus

"In Minnesota, campus podcasting is gaining ground at schools across the state, from the University of Minnesota campuses in the Twin Cities and Duluth to smaller institutions such as Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter and the Minnesota State Colleges' Southeast Technical school in Winona."