More and more the internet multimedia bandwagon online grows. I have been reading about Blinkx in the sphere for a while, and just got around to using it today. It offers a very unique interface to searching video which is its main function. The big news of course is that it will now search podcast […]
Archive for June, 2005
AMP, the Association for Music Podcasting is back online with a new revamped website. Check these guys out, they are doing something great for musicians all over and independent labels. I also learned a new term in the description below, a PSP (Podcasting Service Provider) Nice work guys, keep it up!
We are a bunch […]
I am just now getting around to playing around with the soon to be launched Odeo. I received my “preview access” and have just had a chance to dig in. So far Odeo looks pretty slick, the interface is clean and simple to use, with the main navigation being broken out into the three fundamental […]
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I have posted a Flickr set from the Pontiac Summer Solstice Party. You can check out the shots from almost all of the various segments in the podcast. The view from the top of the Pontiac Garage was the best, […]
I am back in the saddle in Baltimore. This was a very exciting week! As mentioned in my previous post I was in NYC to do some podcasting but couldn’t mention any details about the who, what where or when, but now I can I spent this Tuesday covering the Pontiac Summer Solstice Party […]
Hello from NYC! Once again in the Big Apple. Stay tuned for some more podcasting goodness. Myself and a few others will be announcing something cool a little later today. This time coming from you from the streets of NYC More soon!
Trend Radio #9 is here! Having a good time in the studio once again. Lots of chat about music podcasting, an upcoming trip to NYC next week, and some interesting and unique finds, like the Cleophone and the band Canasta. All good, check it out.
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“Google delivers content to consumers, against which it sells advertising. That’s the very definition of a media company. That Google sometimes acts as a service (search, Google Groups, froogle, etc.) does not change this at all.”
Dan Mitchell in todays New York Times, responding to Jon Friedmans column this week
Philipp Lenssen has taken some screen shots of the soon to be live Odeo podcasting platform (if I can call it that). Philipp reviews:
It’s a very good-looking, smoothly working podcast portal. I like how you can search for content, add comments to channels, and add files to your queue. An additional (optional) desktop application, the […]
I ran across an interesting post on Rex Hammocks blog regarding the debate on whether Google is a media company or not. There is another another interesting post on the same topic. Rex says they can be classified as a “marketing-communications company,” I agree with that as well. At this point, I pose […]