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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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Lastly, keeping the inmates housed in segregation busy with the MP3 players can also keep them from engaging in maladaptive behavior.
He recommends following the 60/60 rule - avoiding listening to an MP3 player at more than 60% of maximum volume and for more than 60 minutes at a time.
It follows previous warnings from doctors that using MP3 players at high volumes with earphones that fit into the ear canal could lead to loss of hearing.
The introduction of the Xtreme FM MP3 Car Modulator will further strengthen our presence in this fast-growing market segment, as an increasing number of our clients have been clamouring for a feature-rich and high-quality FM and MP3 car modulator.
The company said that the Barnes & Noble.com Audiobook MP3 Store offers easy downloads of over 10,000 titles across all genres, from new releases and bestsellers to classics and timeless favourites.
This also makes it easy to transfer content from their Sansa MP3 player to their mobile phone, or even their computer, said a Sandisk official.
In an attempt to better understand an emerging form of technology that may meet the needs of the N-Gen; this article explores how MP3 players can be used as educational tools in secondary classrooms.
Young people who regularly plug in to MP3 players face premature hearing damage, says the Royal National Institute for Deaf People.
From the newest generation of video game consoles to the latest MP3 players, our selections will please everyone from the technophile to the inner child.
A podcast is an MP3 file that is "fed" to the user who must then use podcasting software such as iTunes to collect the file and play it back.