Posts Tagged: podcasting

Podcasting Metrics: Complete Downloads & More

Podcasting consultant Jason Van Orden has been writing an interesting series of blog posts on podcasting metrics. In part 4 of the series, Jason tackles the issue of measuring complete downloads, and says that he doesn’t think measuring complete downloads is “absolutely necessary” and that something “more sophisticated and qualitative” is needed in addition to… Reads more »

More podcasting misconceptions

Whenever new podcasting related “research” is released, you can be sure of only one thing: there will be mainstream media-like rhetoric against podcasting. A new report was released last week by the Pew Internet & American Life Project that suggested just 12% of Internet users have downloaded a podcast. The misconception is to see that… Reads more »

Zune doesn’t hate podcasting after all?

It may be true that Microsoft’s upcoming Zune device doesn’t explicitly support podcasting, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t copy a podcast episode to it yourself. In that sense, it’s a lot like any of the other Windows Media based devices out there. Until today, I was more worried that Microsoft and the Zune… Reads more »

Wizzard Software buys Libsyn

There isn’t much news on this story yet, except for the official press release from Wizzard Software. Today the company announced that it has agreed to acquire Libsyn, currently the world’s largest podcasting network. From Podcasting News: According to the companies, the acquisition combines the world’s largest and fastest growing podcast network with Wizzard’s expertise… Reads more »