Monthly Archives: March 2005

Town Square, Upcoming Events

Hawaii Public Radio has uploaded the MP3 audio file of the March 24 “Town Square” talk show focusing on podcasting. You can grab it here — but be forewarned, it’s a 55MB MP3. Remember, you can subscribe to catch all “Town … Continue reading

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Clear Channel To Embrace Podcasting

Clear Channel To Embrace Podcasting Paul Heine, Billboard Radio Monitor, March 25, 2005: Clear Channel plans to take first steps toward extending its radio brands through podcasting, as part of a new coherent Internet strategy set to unfold over the … Continue reading

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Podcasting puts you in charge of the show

Podcasting puts you in charge of the show D. Parvaz, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, March 25, 2005: What kind of stuff is out there and what can you create? An oral blog — it’s your life, in sound files, baby… Podcasting ain’t … Continue reading

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Podcasting on HPR

Catch members of the Hawaii Association of Podcasters this afternoon on Hawaii Public Radio‘s “Town Square” talk program with host Beth-Ann Kozlovich. Tune in at 5 p.m. to KIPO 89.3FM to hear Todd Cochrane (Geek News Central), Burt Lum (Rough … Continue reading

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Local stations are tuning into podcasting

Radio Beat: Local stations are tuning into podcasting Bill Virgin, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Thursday, March 24, 2005: Much of the ink on podcasting has been devoted to the technology as a challenge to traditional radio, as independent programmers put together their … Continue reading

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John Edwards Posts First ‘Podcast’

John Edwards Posts First ‘Podcast’Kim Rubey, One America Committee/U.S. Newswire, March 23, 2005: In the podcast, Sen. Edwards was joined by his wife, Elizabeth, and they talked about their work in the fight against poverty and also answered questions that … Continue reading

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Bloggers, Meet the Pod People

Bloggers, Meet the Pod People, Leslie Walker, The Washington Post, March 9, 2005: Topics range as widely as human conversation — political rants, religious sermons dubbed Godcasts, musical mixes, kitchen gossip and barroom chatter called beercasts. A few big corporations … Continue reading

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Podcasting and Hawaiian Music

A most thoughtful and educational discussion has been unfolding on our mailing list concerning the possibilities and practicalities of including music from Hawaiian artists in podcasts. Drawing in part from that coversation, and drawing in large part from his deep, … Continue reading

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Podcasting in the Honolulu Star-Bulletin

Podcasting: Individual audio programming becomes the latest internet craze, putting broadcasting ability in the hands of the many Jason Genegabus, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Monday, March 7, 2005: TRADITIONAL radio stations aren’t in trouble just yet, but the advent of personal broadcasting … Continue reading

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Internet Radio 101

Internet Radio 101, Heather Green, Business Week Online, March 7, 2005: The quality of most of the 3,500 podcasts now available is all over the map. And because they’re based on individual interests, they can dip into arcane topics or … Continue reading

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