Wednesday, July 26, 2006
"Beginning Thursday, July 27, Wyoming Public Radio will offer a podcast of its weekly news magazine "Open Spaces" for download to listeners' computers."
"BBC News has announced that it will launch the corporation's first vodcasts — video podcasts — later this week."
"The most successful podcasts are garnering as many as two million downloads a month, enabling them to attract mainstream advertising."
Tuesday, July 25, 2006
"...Apple's iTunes for campus use, becomes more popular on college campuses, many schools are choosing to make their educational content available not only to students, but to the public as well."
Monday, July 24, 2006
"The fundamentals of politics haven't changed. Even promoters of the most razzle-dazzle technology say a successful candidate has to be likable, offer a message with broad resonance and show up in ads."
"Better yet, you can have DFW Airport’s Podcasts automatically loaded onto your iPod or other MP3 player."
"The recorded classes can be downloaded to the student’s personal computer and the audio can be downloaded to any MP3 player."
Friday, July 21, 2006
"Podcasts have grown significantly more popular since iTunes started listing the audio and video downloads last year, according to a report released this week by Nielsen Analytics."
"A new study from Nielsen Analytics says that approximately 9 million Web users, or just over six percent of U.S. adults, have downloaded podcasts over the past thirty days."
Thursday, July 20, 2006
"Along with packing instant noodles, extra-long bedsheets and photos of loved ones before heading to college in a few weeks, U.S. students may consider adding portable media players to their higher-education lists."
"ABC Radio will top 2 million podcasts a month by the end of 2006, leading the forecasts of its closest commercial rival, Austereo, in a booming trend which shows little sign of abating."
Wednesday, July 19, 2006
"The National Galleries of Scotland has launched its own series of video podcasts for art lovers."
"The findings of the latest Nielsen//NetRatings release on podcasting will come as little surprise to those familiar with the area."
Tuesday, July 18, 2006
"War News Radio fills the gaps in the media's coverage of the war in Iraq by providing balanced and in-depth reporting, historical perspective, and personal stories."
Thursday, July 13, 2006
"In a new twist on the podcasting craze sweeping media companies, the International Herald Tribune (IHT) has launched a service that instantly generates an audio version of any article in the newspaper."
"Hoping to appeal to tech-savvy students with a shrinking attention span, more Boston-area colleges are pushing professors to go digital and record their lectures as downloadable files that student can listen to wherever, whenever."
"U.S. ADULTS WHO DOWNLOAD PODCASTS now outnumber those who publish blogs, according to new data by Nielsen//NetRatings."
Thursday, July 06, 2006
"...a tool for sharing music files among students. The faculty will assign recordings to listen to on the devices and will also create quizzes and other interactive educational activities on them."