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wendytf
02-16-2006, 05:42 PM
I've only recently tried the Podcast feature in iTunes.
I've tried out a couple for the Lost series, and several relating to OS X.
Does anyone know if there are any relating to the products on this forum?
Or maybe some interesting ones not relating to the forum?

blair
02-17-2006, 06:11 PM
This may be of interest...

This email authored By: Rick Littrell
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Hi All,

I wanted to share with you that there is a new information source that is
available to people in the print industry to learn more and have some fun
while doing it. It is a broadcast (via internet) show that is called Inside
Print Radio. It is available for download to your iPod using iTunes, listen
to the show on the internet at your desk or download to any MP3 player to
listen to while you are out and about. The format of the show is along the
lines of "Sports Talk Radio for Graphic Communications". We want to make it
"full contact" on the main issues that our industry faces today and have a
little fun while we are doing it. Don't we need more fun in our industry? I
think so!

The show is produced by Inside Media networks, who has been successfully
producing a broadcast that is published to the internet as a podcast once a
week. This show is called Inside Mac Media and focused all discussions on
Mac-based topics. Scott Sheppard is the CEO and has been broadcasting on
both terrestrial and internet radio for over 5 years. He expanded the
broadcasts to podcasting when the iPod was introduced. He is also the
founder of www.osxfaq.com, which is a site that is focused on sharing info
on the Mac and applications that it is used for. His team gets what it takes
to publish content to this media and when they approached me to host a show
that was focused on print, I jumped at it!

Inside Print Radio web site has info on how to subscribe (it's free) with
iTunes and/or listen to it on your computer while you are working (or
playing poker)! LOL

www.insideprintradio.com

The show will be a weekly broadcast and there will be shows where we go to a
trade show or conference and discuss with attendees and sponsors what they
saw and what is going on in the market. There are already 2 show published
that were from the Momentum in Print conference that was just held in San
Francisco. Also, there is our first "regular" show that was recorded
earlier.

Inside Media Networks also produces customer broadcasts and podcasts for
those that want to produce and distribute content that is focused on a
specific topic. If you have the "topic expert", we can produce it.

I know that this is a pitch about the show and company, so forgive me for
going on about it. BUT...one of the points that I want to make is that I
have been expanding my professional experience beyond print to increase
opportunities to grow my business into expanding markets. That is why I have
gotten into VDP. I have not abandoned offset print, I have just expanded the
communications vehicles that I can work with into other formats to increase
the way that I can distribute information for clients. Isn't that what the
game is all about?

Let me know what you think about this new adventure and what ways we can
improve it. It is still a baby and will need help to grow. Also, let's talk
about other opportunities (on the forum) that you have, which go beyond
print and how your company is being successful with it. Isn't this like
going from offset to variable data printing? I think so!

Best Wishes to All,

Rick Littrell
CMO, MagiComm, LLC
Host/Producer, Inside Print Radio

Email: rick@magicomm.biz
www.magicomm.biz
Get the Magic In Your Communications!

Email: rick@insideprintradio.com
www.insideprintradio.com
Get Inside!

Phone: 978-808-3984
Fax: 978-372-5781

rgoodman
03-24-2006, 04:43 PM
Speaking of iPods, as a Mac person I got a real kick out of this movie:

Microsoft Designs the iPod Packaging

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=36099539665548298&q=microsoft+ipod%20%20%3Cbr%20/%3E

stevell72
03-27-2006, 06:20 PM
Photoshop TV is a great program and you can save the older shows to DVD for later use.
steve

phibbsgraphics
03-27-2006, 08:49 PM
I wonder how many podcasts you could put on this iPod?
http://boakes.org/apple-ipod-space-advert
Of course, I'd also be concerned about the battery life.
~c