A new sort of mystery-solving podcast – aptly called Mystery – is hitting the podcast airwaves. Mystery, which features Starlee Kine (sometimes mistakenly called ‘Starlee Kind’ – although she clearly is kind), and which is offered by startup podcast house Gimlet Media, is just six episodes in and has already garnered a huge following.
Some iPhone 4, 4s, and 5 users who are running iOS6 are finding that they have a rather annoying issue – iTunes music or podcasts automatically starting to play after they receive a phone call.
To iPhone 5, or not to iPhone 5? That is the question. User complaints and problems with the iPhone 5 seem to be growing daily. While no phone release comes without grumblings, Apple’s latest phone release seems to be rife with problems that has users less than pleased. Especially those who had to pay full price.
You may not think of the FBI as a hip, Web 2.0 entity, but the FBI has announced that they are now offering three podcasts. To be more specific, they are offering three of their weekly radio shows in podcast format, covering closed FBI files, the history of the FBI, and more. The FBI shows are available both through iTunes, and the official FBI website. (What does FBI stand for? It stands for the “Federal Bureau of Investigation”).
It is with both pride and gratitude that we present to you our Christmas gift to you – a free weekly podcast, with no strings attached, and by which we hope that you will be entertained and informed. The new podcast is called “Three Things You Should Know”, and each week it will be broadcast, free, brimming with information about three things that you’ll find useful and informative, entertaining and interesting.
This year, the Queen of England will not only be broadcasting her message by radio and television, but will also be making it available as a podcast. And, in fact, you can sign up right now, in advance, and have the Queen’s Christmas podcast delivered right to you as soon as it is available.
Referred to by some as iGod, Christian podcast shows and Roman Catholic podcasts from the Vatican have proven a huge hit.
NerdTV is the new online television show bringing the pioneers and captains of industry into your home and, if NerdTV has their way, making them household names even in non-nerdy households.
Late last month Apple announced that with the release of its newest iTunes software, version 4.9, it would be offering podcasts through the iTunes store. And indeed it is. Now a tempest in a teacup is brewing over what some are dubbing “porncasts” – podcasts containing sexually explicit material. Really, I suppose, who […]
According to the Seattle Post Intelligencer, the term “podcast” is a bit taboo around the offices, and with the employees, of a certain Redmond, Washington software giant. Hence they have taken to using the term “blogcast”, a term which the PI admits is somewhat awkward. The problem, you see, is that the term “podcast” incorporates […]
Here’s an interesting new service! Imagine that you are driving along, listening to the radio (you guys do remember that classic antique, the car radio, right?) And a song comes on that you really like. Or that really annoys your spouse. Or something. For whatever reason, you decide that you’d like to own a copy […]
Those whacky Pennsylvania legislators sure are hip!: HARRISBURG, Pa., June 20 — State Senate Majority Leader David J. Brightbill (R-Lebanon) announced today that the Senate Republican Caucus has begun offering a weekly “podcast” on its website to expand its coverage of news affecting the lives of Pennsylvanians. The first program, now available at http://www.pasenategop.com, features […]