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June 02, 2005
Podcasts Open the Door for More Audio Content
Rex Hammock continues his series on "How Apple will change everything about Podcasting" with a third post on the type of podcasts he would like to see (A Long Tail of Podcasts on iTunes Will Make Us Stop Thinking of "Podcasts" as Just Wayne's World Programming or Radio-like Genres). He lists a number of different things he'd like to see, from museum audio guides, to seminar sessions and business news/music mashups. Good ideas all, and he's barely scratched the surface methinks, but not all of them are really about the RSS delivery. Many of the ideas are better suited to good ol' download.
The point I would make is that the advent of podcasts may open the door for a whole raft of audio content (not just music) for download. People who have become comfortable recording daily news podcasts, will likely be willing to download similar audio content that isn't necessarily tied to an RSS feed. In fact, I would think there is the potential for some serious cross promotion.
Rex Hammock responds in the comments.
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