Archive for the 'Podcasting' Category

Trick App: PodDater

Wednesday, December 7th, 2005

Here is an interesting business model for the rapidly growing base of video iPods. Check out PodDater. You can search for your desired mate by using tags. Once you see a profile or profiles that your interested in, you can then download and sync them to your iPod and review at your leisure. The downloadable […]

The Verizon Wireless Podcast

Monday, December 5th, 2005

Interview Shots

Originally uploaded by trendjunkie.

Check out my latest podcast. This time I kick off the first podcast initiative for Verizon Wireless. The podcast is about the launch of the new, Verizon Wireless, V Wireless device. In the photo to the right, I am […]

The Ubiquitous RSS

Saturday, December 3rd, 2005

I had breakfast with a client yesterday who runs a very large interactive practice that services fortune 100-1000 companies. Over the course of the meal, we discussed email marketing, podcasting, blogging, and RSS, mainly the current state of each but more importantly where its all going. We also talked about how interested his clients […]

Fat File Storage

Thursday, November 17th, 2005

The growth and hype around podcasting just doesn’t seem to be slowing down at all. The demand and growth of consumer generated media is growing at astounding rates. Just like the rapid fire growth of blogs, the recent shift to audio and video content is driving hosting and media storage models to change as well. […]

Portable Media Expo & Podcast Conference

Tuesday, November 15th, 2005

I am sorry I was unable to make it out to the Portable Media Expo this last weekend. From what I read and heard it was a very successful event. Congrats to Tim Bourquin and his team for putting it together. Looks like there will be another on in September of next year. Nice […]

Podcasts Dot Yahoo Dot Com

Monday, October 10th, 2005

Dave points to a major site launch last night. Welcome Yahoo! to the world of podcasting. is launched as another directory of podcast content available to search and listen. They also offer a very user friendly start section for folks who want to learn more about what podcasting is all about, as well […]

Content Relevancy in Podcasts

Tuesday, October 4th, 2005

Ryan Irelan continues his writing on podcasting with a piece called “Why Should I Listen to Podcasts?” Summed up, Ryan talks about the importance of the relevancy of podcast content over concept, and how that plays into pushing podcasts out into the mainstream audience, beyond as Ryan says “geekdom”. I agree with him 100%. […]

Podcasting Gig

Thursday, September 29th, 2005

Here come the podcasts :-) I will have more information very shortly, but I have begun working on another corporate podcast that will be launched next week. This particular project is more challenging from a content and format perspective, but thats the beauty. Challenges are good, they make you think more. Stay tuned, as […]

The OC Register on Corporate Podcasting

Thursday, September 15th, 2005

Jan Norman of the OC Register wrote a quick piece on how corporations are experimenting and using podcasting as an alternative marketing medium. The story mostly focuses on the Disney podcasts that I worked on with Michael Geoghegan, and also mentions the Pontiac podcast from this past June. You can link to a non-registration […]

Podcast Solutions

Tuesday, August 30th, 2005

Bravo to Michael Geoghegan and Dan Klass for their excellent new read, “Podcast Solutions”. Michael had forwarded me an advance copy via PDF last week. I just had time to get through most of the chapters, and have to say, great job! This is a must read for anyone at any level of podcasting: […]