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Association Of Music Podcasting Now On Twitter

February 4th, 2009

The Association Of Music Podcasting – a group of music podcasters who want to promote music via podcasts – is now on Twitter. If you’re interested in using or listening to music in podcasts, check them out: AMP postings and news are now available via twitter. Go to to follow the latest information. Checkout […]

Microsoft Announces Rent To Own Subscription Music Plan For The Zune

November 20th, 2008

Microsoft today announced a new “landmark agreement” (Microsoft’s words) with major and independent music labels to “bring significant new value to the subscription music model.” The Zune Pass subscription service currently gives consumers on-demand access to millions of tracks for $14.99 per month. Starting today subscribers will also get to select 10 tracks per month to […]

NY Times: Zune Blows Away iPod For Music Discovery

September 18th, 2008

The New York Times has a great look at the state of the Zune today, that suggests that the Microsoft’s portable media player has found a niche: Microsoft hasn’t made much effort to match the iPod’s universe of functions. The Zune store still lacks movies, downloadable programs, gift certificates, monthly allowances or any way to rate […]

Free Podcast Features Classical Guitar Music

August 29th, 2008

The University of Utah’s Classical Guitar Podcast (iTunes link) features classical guitar audio and video podcasts. The podcasts feature performances of works by Tárrega, Torroba, Berkeley and others, as well as original compositions by Tully Cathey, a classical and jazz guitarist who teaches at the College of Fine Arts. Image: ycguitar814

Video Podcast Making Music Videos Relevant Again

August 26th, 2008

MTV jumped the shark, at least when it comes to music video, years ago. But a video podcast – Blogotheque’s The Take Away Shows – is making music videos relevant again. “Every week, we invite an artist or a band to play in the streets, in a bar, a park, or even in a flat […]

18 Park Service Podcasts

July 29th, 2008

The US National Parks Service is getting into podcasting in a big way, and now offers 18 park service podcasts and virtual tours, offering hundreds of audio and video programs that you can get from park websites or iTunes. The podcasts include: Acadia NP Antietam National Battlefield Black Canyon of the Gunnison NP Canyonlands NP […]

Is The Microsoft Zune The Best MP3 Player For Podcasts?

June 27th, 2008

Is the Microsoft Zune the best portable media player for podcasts? That’s the conclusion of CNet’s Jasmine France, who puts the Zune at the top of her list of the best MP3 players for podcasts: 1. Microsoft Zune: A fantastic podcast option, the Zune even ekes past the iPod for the top spot. The software […]

Get 10,000 Albums Of Free Music

June 22nd, 2008

Torrent site isoHunt has added 10,000 albums of free downloadable music from Jamendo, a site that publishes music licenced with Creative Commons license: “I’m proud to announce our partnership with Jamendo, a premier archive of Creative Commons music from a network of independent musicians. You can now see Jamendo originated torrents highlighted by white tabs […]

Cosmo’s Money-Saving Tip: Wholesale Music Piracy

June 18th, 2008

OT: Cosmo’s Bethany Heitman has a got a tip for Your Fabulous Life: you can save money on music through wholesale music piracy! Heitman writes: “Having new tunes is ideal, but shelling out the cash to buy said music hurts. Call up friends, and ask them to burn you a CD of songs they think […]

FlyTunes Brings Streaming Audio, Video Podcasts To iPhone

May 16th, 2008

Mobile broadcast network FlyTunes has added video and audio podcasts to its offerings, in addition to a new user interface and a customizable channel guide. The new video and audio channels cover a wide range of topics, including news, entertainment, politics, kids & family, health, comedy, business and technology. FlyTunes now offers users over 350 […]