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The State of Corporate Podcastingmobilemonte

Tue, 27 Mar 2007 11:57:01 +0000

Nick Saalfeld of Wells Park Communication (Platinum sponsor of the Corporate Podcast Summit), shares his thoughts on the event, what he learned and the state of corporate podcasting: 1. Clients still need education. Not on the intricacies of podcasts: I mean on the basics. Like, what is a podcast. Start there. If you’re reading this and you […](image)

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Thoughts on the Corporate Podcast Summit – UKmobilemonte

Thu, 22 Mar 2007 10:59:49 +0000

Just back from the event and thought I’d post some general impressions, balancing optimism and skepticism. The event was pretty well attended, with an estimated 150 people present over the two days, mainly from the UK.  As is often the case in such events, there was a definite element of preaching to the converted.   There […](image)

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Where is Podcasting Most Developed Outside the U.S.?mobilemonte

Mon, 05 Feb 2007 00:18:12 +0000

  Where is podcasting most advanced outside the U.S.?  Clearly, no single test can determine where podcasting is most developed.  But several key variables can be examined.  Indeed, this article explores the following factors: the involvement of big-media, commercialization (advertising, etc), venture capital involvement, corporate podcasting, the existence of podcast-only commercial companies, and the number […](image)

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The Status of Podcasting Outside the U.S.mobilemonte

Fri, 22 Dec 2006 06:44:21 +0000

  Are the best cooking-related podcasts in France or Italy?  Are the British listening to them for ideas, or does the secret ingredient get lost in translation?  There are jokes galore about Italian policemen, but is it true that their State police have a popular podcast?  Are the Chinese forced to subscribe to “Lets Learn […](image)

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User Generated Content on the Go – by Mobile Montemobilemonte

Mon, 30 Oct 2006 16:10:04 +0000

My wife is a shrink.  With the exception of clients, most of us love ourselves, want exposure and think we are worthy of others’ admiration.  Thus the supply side of User Generated Content services (“UGC”) is clear.  What is remarkable is that we (me included) actually enjoy watching amateur videos of others. And we do, […](image)

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Mobipod encourages podcast adoptionmobilemonte

Mon, 16 Oct 2006 21:22:38 +0000

John C. Havens interviews MobiPod’s Monte Silver about the new service which is bringing UK podcasts to a whole new audience.  MobiPod’s technology can offer 30-45 minute audio and video clips to people’s phones.  Read More(image)

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Power to the PeoplemobilemonteRamana does Data

Sat, 14 Oct 2006 19:03:43 +0000

Oh Wise Ramana, how can I acheive inner peace? My son, seek the truth from within and ignor vendor hype.  Read the feature article of Mobile Europe’s October edition and why vendors are suppressing successful rich-media services for their own gain . Since GPRS, the hype surrounding non-SMS data applications has been constant. In Cannes/Barcelona, one […](image)

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The Rich Media Newslettermobilemonte

Mon, 09 Oct 2006 19:12:34 +0000

      In the last few months, Bamboo has launched Mobile Podcasting and Mobile User-Generated content services.  These services seek to “mobilize” highly popular Internet services, utilizing Bamboo’s advanced Push-Store-Play content delivery platform.   We sought an effective way to update you, share experiences, and hear your thoughts.  Thus, the idea of a newsletter was born.  Despite being […](image)

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Mobile Podcasting – Will it Happen?mobilemonte

Sun, 24 Sep 2006 12:09:34 +0000

By Mobile Monte   The cellular industry has repeatadly attempted to port popular consumer services to the mobile environment.  Internet became Mobile Internet.  Television became Mobile TV.   Despite the investment of billions of dollars in data networks, spectrum, devices, and marketing campaigns, very few services have ported successfully.    Yet digital music and podcasting [2] […](image)

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