Dec 19
Podcasting has all the ingredients to become a major technology trend. Podcasting has started with little fanfare but has the potential to become a giant wave due to a number of factors going for it. The word Podcast might have been roughly derived from iPod and broadcast (it sure sounds like that to me so don’t hit me if I am wrong! ). The process works pretty much like radio except that the broadcast is done via mobile devices and the power of content delivery via the internet. This new ...
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Dec 18
Have you come across the term podcasting yet? If you haven’t you probably soon will. Steve Nichols explains all. Adam Curry, a former VJ for MTV, developed the concept of podcasting. He became intrigued with the idea of freeing internet radio and audio blogs from his computer and putting them on the hard drive of his Apple iPod. He called the result podcasting, named after the Apple iPod that is often at the centre of the system. Instead of listening to radio over the airwaves, you ...
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Dec 18
If you haven't heard the term "podcast" yet, you will. It's about to blow the world of online audio through the roof as every Tom, Dick and Shirley can now operate a high powered Internet Radio station providing on-demand audio (and shortly, video) with nothing more than a microphone, simple software, and a little imagination. Just like cable TV in the 1980's gave smaller networks and individuals a voice on television, podcasting gives individuals a voice (literally) through online audio. ...
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Dec 18
What is Podcasting Podcasting is quickly becoming a buzz word among the techie crowd. So what is podcasting, anyway? Podcasting is online audio content that is delivered via an RSS feed. Many people liken podcasting to radio on demand. However, in reality, podcasting gives far more options in terms of content and programming than radio does. In addition, with Podcasting, listeners can determine the time and the place, meaning they decide what programming they want to receive and when they want ...
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