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Saturday, May 14, 2005
A dozen U.S. newspapers and magazines have begun to embrace podcasting - Interestingly named, Podcasts are Internet audio programs that you can listen to on your personal computer or portable music player. Listeners can use special software to automate the downloads, so new dispatches are waiting for them on their computers. Newspapers and magazines such as the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Philadelphia Daily News, Washington Post and Forbes have started podcasts in recent weeks. Their programming varies widely. Some simply summarize the day's news, while others aim for more of a radio-show feel with interviews of reporters and newsmakers. A few provide clips from professionally recorded radio programs, but most of the podcasts are low-budget, low-tech affairs hosted by print journalists who often have scant broadcast experience.
Category : Podcasting, Emerging Trends |
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