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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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What is your telco doing to capitalize on the podcasting trend?
It is thought that as podcasting becomes a more integral aspect of entertainment, education and self expression, the public needs to be familiar with the term and know what they are.
Although podcasting is only two years old, it has experienced phenomenal growth.
Less than a year after podcasting was invented, I was selling out workshops full of teachers excited by the possibility of students developing oral narrative skills and communicating beyond classroom walls.
The first two issues will include information on: bloggers adoption of podcasting, podcasting as marketing, podcasting in the UK, corporate use of podcasting, music, production advice, copyright and other legal issues, attracting listeners, establishing a format, podcast service providers, and best practices in podcasting.
The marriage between public radio and podcasting couldn't have been scripted more perfectly: Much of NPR's content is essentially ready-made for podcasting, and listeners were literally begging for podcast versions of shows months before they were available.
Podcasting, a method of publishing audio broadcasts via the Internet, allows users to subscribe to a feed of MP3 files.
As for demand, where broadcasting is governed by the "push" model, podcasting uses the "pull" model--that is, subscription.
Figure 20 Familiarity with Podcasting by Internet User Segment
Supported by the so-called "net generation" as much in love with cutting-edge technology as with on-demand music, the arrival of this fashionable device at colleges and universities has opened the door to a digital audio revolution in higher ed: podcasting.
Hunt had become interested in the way new forms of technology like wikis, blogs, and podcasting could be integrated into teaching.