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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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Table 28 Number of Children in the Households of Podcast Users
The book's content includes sections dedicated to the formula for creating a successful podcast, determining one's messaging, how - and whether - to make podcasting into a business, how to use podcasting to promote an existing business, setting and achieving goals, podcasting as an art form, and much more.
He also has an Ask Pat podcast where he answers online business questions five days a week.
Currently, most podcasts that rely on advertising can only pull from download numbers to gauge their popularity.
Many people use Apple's iTunes software on their desktops (Mac or Windows), and with one of the largest directories of podcasts available, it's a good place to search for a particular podcast that you've heard about.
Breaking it out into age groups, the study found that the majority of podcast consumers are aged 35 and older.
This podcast is part of financial guru, Dave Ramey's organization.
Intense audience engagement" makes podcasts attractive to advertisers.
Credit Union Times also has an archive of its podcasts available to catch up on any you missed or to revisit a certain topic.
Michael Rappa, a professor at North Carolina State University, podcasts his course, "Managing the Digital Enterprise," which he describes as a survey of the opportunities and challenges managers face in an increasingly digital world.
In fact, most of the time spent making a podcast is in the preproduction phase.
On desktop or laptop, a podcast can be listened to on any software that can play an audio file, like Windows Media player.