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podcast

A digital audio or video file that is episodic, downloadable, program-driven (mainly with a host and/or theme) and convenient, usually via an automated feed with computer software.

podcast

A World Wide Web feed of audio or video files for playing on mobile devices such as MP3 players at a later time and at a listener's or viewer’s convenience.
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The cover star for the inaugural issue of MPVHub Audio Magazine is keyboard legend Jordan Rudess of Dream Theater and Liquid Tension Experiment.
MechMuse Audio Magazine publishes serialized novels, short stories, columns and interviews all in audio format, for easy transfer as podcast streams to jukebox applications such as iTunes and portable music players like the iPod.
CatoAudio is a 60-minute audio magazine features speeches and lectures on a broad range of topics related to limited government, free markets, and civil society.
The Pioneer DEH-P835R was recently evaluated by Audio Magazine (September 1997) in which editor Ivan Berger wrote, "You can switch in SRS (Sound Retrieval System) spatial enhancement, which I find makes the musical perspective sound more natural.
com, BMI, Mix Magazine, Home Recording Magazine, ASCAP, Guitar One Magazine, SPARS, Jazziz, MusicVision, Electronic Musician Magazine, Collegiate Monthly 101, New York Press, Music Business Registry, Good Times, DJ Times, Internet Audio Magazine, NARAS, HBPR, LLC, Digiwax, Discmakers, The Musicians Atlas, Alley Event, Soundload, CD Street, Digital Media on Demand, On Stage Magazine, Intermixx, Rioport, EQ Magazine, The American Federation of Musicians, NuVisions Concepts, WWWAC, Discmakers, Nightlife Productions, University Magazine and Sam Ash Music Stores.
The Talk Line is an evolution of Buf-Puf Sponges' popular "120 Seconds" audio magazine, which more than 70,000 teens called during the second half of 1994 and early 1995.
Renzhen Group has established three leading audio magazine brands in the fields of English including - Crazy English, Music Heaven and Crazy Japanese.
21 /PRNewswire/ -- 3M Health Care announces the winter and New Year's issue of its popular, call-in audio magazine for teen-age girls, "120 Seconds: The Place for Good Face," which features Buf-Puf, a well-known brand name in facial and body sponges market.
As a state-of-the-art audio magazine, it is a hybrid between an all tech radio station and an eBusiness magazine that allows visitors to hear business leaders of tomorrow's economy, today.
He has over 300 articles published in many electronics and audio magazines and technical journals and was the Technical Editor of Sound & Communications magazine for ten years, and is presently an Associate Editor of Multimedia Magazine.
This app facilitates use of content such as online radio with personalised web-based music, news feeds, podcasts and audio magazines, as well as weather information and integrated social networks such as Facebook or Twitter.
Hand made to very high standards, ModWright products have consistently been well reviewed and have been given numerous awards by audio magazines around the world.