Dining-room DJs find forum in podcasting

Dining-room DJs find forum in podcasting, Adam Geller, The Herald-Sun, March 5, 2005:

Podcasting, as it’s called, doesn’t require expensive broadcast licenses or radio towers. Most home computers come equipped with everything necessary: a microphone and a recording program. Add an Internet connection, and the recipe is complete…

This content delivery structure is fundamentally different from traditional radio. Radio stations, by design, push their content to listeners through the airwaves. It’s a one-shot deal. You listen now or you’ve missed it. With podcasting, the audio is available on the listener’s schedule.

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