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Thereseokraku: Minor edits to the article's grammar.

Mon, 26 Sep 2016 02:50:08 GMT

Minor edits to the article's grammar. ← Previous revision Revision as of 02:50, 26 September 2016 Line 27: Line 27:   Podcasting, once an obscure method of spreading information, has become a recognized medium for distributing audio content, whether for corporate or personal use. Podcasts are similar to [[radio program]]s, but they are audio files. Listeners can play them at their convenience, using devices that have become more common than portable broadcast receivers.   Podcasting, once an obscure method of spreading information, has become a recognized medium for distributing audio content, whether for corporate or personal use. Podcasts are similar to [[radio program]]s, but they are audio files. Listeners can play them at their convenience, using devices that have become more common than portable broadcast receivers.     − The first application to make this process feasible was iPodderX, developed by August Trometer and Ray Slakinski.{{cite web|url=http://www.redorbit.com/education/reference_library/technology_1/internet/1112804661/podcast/ |title=Podcast |publisher=Red Orbit |date= |accessdate=2013-05-25}} By 2007, through the evolution of internet capabilities, along with cheaper hardware and software, audio podcasts were doing what was historically accomplished via radio broadcasts, which since the 1930s had been the sources of radio talk shows and news programs. + The first application to make this process feasible was iPodderX, developed by August Trometer and Ray Slakinski.{{cite web|url=http://www.redorbit.com/education/reference_library/technology_1/internet/1112804661/podcast/ |title=Podcast |publisher=Red Orbit |date= |accessdate=2013-05-25}} By 2007, audio podcasts were doing what was historically accomplished via radio broadcasts, which had been the source of radio talk shows and news programs since the 1930s. This shift occurred as a result of the evolution of internet capabilities along with increased consumer access to cheaper hardware and software for audio recording and editing.     − In August 2004, Adam Curry launched his show ''[[Daily Source Code]]''. It was a show focused on chronicling his everyday life, delivering news and discussions about the development of podcasting, as well as promotion for new and emerging podcasts. ''Daily Source Code'' is believed to be the first podcast produced on a consistent basis. Curry published it in an attempt to gain traction in the development of what would come to be known as podcasting and as a means of testing the software outside of a lab setting. The name ''Daily Source Code'' was chosen in the hope that it would attract an audience with an interest in technology.{{cite book|last1=Geoghegan|first1=Michael W.|last2=Klass|first2=Dan|title=Podcast Solutions: The Complete Guide to Audio and Video Podcasting|date=2007|publisher=Springer-Verlag New York, Inc.|location=New York|isbn=978-1-59059-905-1|page=3|edition=2nd}} + In August 2004, Adam Curry launched his show ''[[Daily Source Code]]''. It was a show focused on chronicling his everyday life, delivering news and discussions about the development of podcasting, as well as promoting new and emerging podcasts. ''Daily Source Code'' is believed to be the first podcast produced on a consistent basis. Curry published it in an attempt to gain traction in the development of what would come to be known as podcasting and as a means of testing the software outside of a lab setting. The name ''Daily Source Code'' was chosen in the hope that it would attract an audience with an interest in technology.{{cite book|last1=Geoghegan|first1=Michael W.|last2=Klass|first2=Dan|title=Podcast Solutions: The Complete Guide to Audio and Video Podcasting|date=2007|publisher=Springer-Verlag New York, Inc.|location[...]



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Tomwsulcer: /* Political podcast */ add

Sun, 25 Sep 2016 14:11:20 GMT

‎Political podcast: add ← Previous revision Revision as of 14:11, 25 September 2016 Line 100: Line 100:       === Political podcast ===   === Political podcast === − A '''political podcast''' focuses on current events, lasts usually a half hour to an hour, often with a relaxed and conversational tone, and features journalists and politicians and pollsters and writers and others with credentials in the [[public sphere]]. Most political podcasts have a host-guest interview format. Political podcasts have blossomed in the past few years in the [[United States]] because of the long election cycle.{{cite web + A '''political podcast''' focuses on current events, lasts usually a half hour to an hour, often with a relaxed and conversational tone, and features journalists and politicians and pollsters and writers and others with credentials in the [[public sphere]]. Most political podcasts have a host-guest interview format and are broadcast each week based on the news cycle. Political podcasts have blossomed in the past few years in the [[United States]] because of the long election cycle.{{cite web   | author= Charley Locke   | author= Charley Locke   | date= July 6, 2016   | date= July 6, 2016 [...]



Tomwsulcer: /* Political podcast */ grammar

Sun, 25 Sep 2016 14:10:17 GMT

‎Political podcast: grammar ← Previous revision Revision as of 14:10, 25 September 2016 Line 100: Line 100:       === Political podcast ===   === Political podcast === − A '''political podcast''' focuses on current events, lasts usually a half hour to an hour, often with a relaxed and conversational tone, and feature journalists and politicians and pollsters and writers and others with credentials in the [[public sphere]]. Most political podcasts have a host-guest interview format. Political podcasts have blossomed in the past few years in the [[United States]] because of the long election cycle.{{cite web + A '''political podcast''' focuses on current events, lasts usually a half hour to an hour, often with a relaxed and conversational tone, and features journalists and politicians and pollsters and writers and others with credentials in the [[public sphere]]. Most political podcasts have a host-guest interview format. Political podcasts have blossomed in the past few years in the [[United States]] because of the long election cycle.{{cite web   | author= Charley Locke   | author= Charley Locke   | date= July 6, 2016   | date= July 6, 2016 [...]



Tomwsulcer: /* Oggcast */ add section for Political podcast

Sun, 25 Sep 2016 14:09:56 GMT

‎Oggcast: add section for Political podcast ← Previous revision Revision as of 14:09, 25 September 2016 Line 98: Line 98:       Oggcast planet maintains a central list of oggcasts.{{cite web|url=http://oggcastplanet.org/ |title=Oggcast Planet |publisher=Oggcast Planet |date= |accessdate=2012-02-10}}   Oggcast planet maintains a central list of oggcasts.{{cite web|url=http://oggcastplanet.org/ |title=Oggcast Planet |publisher=Oggcast Planet |date= |accessdate=2012-02-10}}   +   + === Political podcast ===   + A '''political podcast''' focuses on current events, lasts usually a half hour to an hour, often with a relaxed and conversational tone, and feature journalists and politicians and pollsters and writers and others with credentials in the [[public sphere]]. Most political podcasts have a host-guest interview format. Political podcasts have blossomed in the past few years in the [[United States]] because of the long election cycle.{{cite web   + | author= Charley Locke   + | date= July 6, 2016   + | publisher= Wired magazine   + | url= https://www.wired.com/2016/07/conservative-podcasts-ricochet/   + | title= You Heard Right: Conservatives Get Their Very Own Podcast Network   + | accessdate= September 17, 2016   + | quote= ... this election cycle is bringing listeners an unprecedented spate of opinionated incredulity. Political podcast pundits abound ... “There’s an articulate, politically aware, conservative audience that feels under siege in college towns,” says Robinson....   + }}{{cite web   + | author= NICHOLAS QUAH   + | date= August 23, 2016   + | publisher= Nieman Lab   + | url= http://www.niemanlab.org/2016/08/hot-pod-can-a-political-podcast-avoid-being-overtaken-by-events/   + | title= Hot Pod: Can a political podcast avoid being overtaken by events?   + | accessdate= September 17, 2016   + | quote=... Political podcasts, particularly those of the conversational genre that publish on a weekly schedule, possess a peculiar kind of disposable value ...   + }}   +   + {{Further|Political podcast}}       == Uses ==   == Uses == [...]



Danhash: /* Video podcasts */ move quotation marks outside bold

Wed, 14 Sep 2016 19:39:28 GMT

‎Video podcasts: move quotation marks outside bold ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:39, 14 September 2016 Line 78: Line 78:   [[File:The Crab Nebula NASA.ogv|thumb|A video podcast on the [[Crab Nebula]] by [[NASA]]]]   [[File:The Crab Nebula NASA.ogv|thumb|A video podcast on the [[Crab Nebula]] by [[NASA]]]]     − A '''''video podcast''''' (sometimes shortened to '''"vodcast"''') includes [[video clip]]s. [[Web television]] series are often distributed as video podcasts. + A '''''video podcast''''' (sometimes shortened to "'''vodcast'''") includes [[video clip]]s. [[Web television]] series are often distributed as video podcasts.       ''[[Dead End Days]]'' (2003–2004) is commonly believed to be the first video podcast. That serialized [[Black comedy|dark comedy]] about zombies was broadcast from 31 October 2003 through 2004.{{cite web|url=http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-a-video-podcast.htm |title=What is a Video Podcast? (with picture) |publisher=Wisegeek.com |date= |accessdate=2014-06-29}}   ''[[Dead End Days]]'' (2003–2004) is commonly believed to be the first video podcast. That serialized [[Black comedy|dark comedy]] about zombies was broadcast from 31 October 2003 through 2004.{{cite web|url=http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-a-video-podcast.htm |title=What is a Video Podcast? (with picture) |publisher=Wisegeek.com |date= |accessdate=2014-06-29}} [...]



Danhash: /* top */ link portable media players

Wed, 14 Sep 2016 18:47:50 GMT

‎top: link portable media players ← Previous revision Revision as of 18:47, 14 September 2016 Line 9: Line 9:   The distributor of a podcast maintains a central list of the files on a [[server (computing)|server]] as a [[web feed]] that can be accessed through the [[Internet]]. The listener or viewer uses special [[client (computing)|client]] [[application software|application]] [[software]] on a computer or media player, known as a [[List of podcatchers|podcatcher]], which accesses this web feed, checks it for updates, and downloads any new files in the series. This process can be automated so that new files are downloaded automatically, which may seem to the user as though new episodes are broadcast or "[[Push technology|pushed]]" to them. Files are stored locally on the user's device, ready for [[Online and offline|offline]] use.{{cite web|url=http://isites.harvard.edu/icb/icb.do?keyword=k1967&pageid=icb.page23750 |title=Podcast Production |publisher=President and Fellows of Harvard College |accessdate=2009-08-21 |quote="episodes of a particular podcast"}}{{cite web|url=http://apollopodcast.com/ |title=Apollo Podcast Production | Podcast |publisher=apollopodcast.com |date= |access-date=2011-10-24 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20151124171239/http://apollopodcast.com/ |archivedate=November 24, 2015 }} Podcasting contrasts with [[webcast]]ing or [[Streaming media|streaming]] which do not allow for offline listening, although most podcasts may also be streamed on demand as an alternative to download. Many podcast players (apps as well as dedicated devices) nowadays allow adjusting the playback speed.   The distributor of a podcast maintains a central list of the files on a [[server (computing)|server]] as a [[web feed]] that can be accessed through the [[Internet]]. The listener or viewer uses special [[client (computing)|client]] [[application software|application]] [[software]] on a computer or media player, known as a [[List of podcatchers|podcatcher]], which accesses this web feed, checks it for updates, and downloads any new files in the series. This process can be automated so that new files are downloaded automatically, which may seem to the user as though new episodes are broadcast or "[[Push technology|pushed]]" to them. Files are stored locally on the user's device, ready for [[Online and offline|offline]] use.{{cite web|url=http://isites.harvard.edu/icb/icb.do?keyword=k1967&pageid=icb.page23750 |title=Podcast Production |publisher=President and Fellows of Harvard College |accessdate=2009-08-21 |quote="episodes of a particular podcast"}}{{cite web|url=http://apollopodcast.com/ |title=Apollo Podcast Production | Podcast |publisher=apollopodcast.com |date= |access-date=2011-10-24 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20151124171239/http://apollopodcast.com/ |archivedate=November 24, 2015 }} Podcasting contrasts with [[webcast]]ing or [[Streaming media|streaming]] which do not allow for offline listening, although most podcasts may also be streamed on demand as an alternative to download. Many podcast players (apps as well as dedicated devices) nowadays allow adjusting the playback speed.     − Some have labelled podcasting as a [[Technological convergence|converged medium]] bringing together audio, the web, and portable media players, and also a [[Disruptive innovation|disruptive technology]] that has caused some in the radio business to reconsider established practices and preconceptions about audiences, consumption, production, and distribution.{{Cite journal | last1 = Berry | first1 = R. | title = Will the iPod Kill the Radio Star? Profiling Podcasting [...]



Danhash: /* top */ logical quotation

Wed, 14 Sep 2016 18:45:01 GMT

‎top: logical quotation ← Previous revision Revision as of 18:45, 14 September 2016 Line 5: Line 5:   A '''podcast''' is an [[episode|episodic]] series of [[digital media]] [[Computer file|files]] which a user can set up so that new episodes are automatically [[download]]ed via [[web syndication]] to the user's own local computer or [[portable media player]].{{cite web|url=http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/podcast |title=Podcast – Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary |publisher=Merriam-webster.com |date=2012-08-31 |accessdate=2014-06-29}}   A '''podcast''' is an [[episode|episodic]] series of [[digital media]] [[Computer file|files]] which a user can set up so that new episodes are automatically [[download]]ed via [[web syndication]] to the user's own local computer or [[portable media player]].{{cite web|url=http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/podcast |title=Podcast – Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary |publisher=Merriam-webster.com |date=2012-08-31 |accessdate=2014-06-29}}     − The word arose as a [[portmanteau]] of "[[iPod]]" (a brand of media player) and "[[broadcast]]." The files thus distributed are typically [[digital audio|audio]] or [[video]], but may sometimes include other file formats such as [[Portable Document Format|PDF]] or [[ePub]]. + The word arose as a [[portmanteau]] of "[[iPod]]" (a brand of media player) and "[[broadcast]]". The files thus distributed are typically [[digital audio|audio]] or [[video]], but may sometimes include other file formats such as [[Portable Document Format|PDF]] or [[ePub]].       The distributor of a podcast maintains a central list of the files on a [[server (computing)|server]] as a [[web feed]] that can be accessed through the [[Internet]]. The listener or viewer uses special [[client (computing)|client]] [[application software|application]] [[software]] on a computer or media player, known as a [[List of podcatchers|podcatcher]], which accesses this web feed, checks it for updates, and downloads any new files in the series. This process can be automated so that new files are downloaded automatically, which may seem to the user as though new episodes are broadcast or "[[Push technology|pushed]]" to them. Files are stored locally on the user's device, ready for [[Online and offline|offline]] use.{{cite web|url=http://isites.harvard.edu/icb/icb.do?keyword=k1967&pageid=icb.page23750 |title=Podcast Production |publisher=President and Fellows of Harvard College |accessdate=2009-08-21 |quote="episodes of a particular podcast"}}{{cite web|url=http://apollopodcast.com/ |title=Apollo Podcast Production | Podcast |publisher=apollopodcast.com |date= |access-date=2011-10-24 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20151124171239/http://apollopodcast.com/ |archivedate=November 24, 2015 }} Podcasting contrasts with [[webcast]]ing or [[Streaming media|streaming]] which do not allow for offline listening, although most podcasts may also be streamed on demand as an alternative to download. Many podcast players (apps as well as dedicated devices) nowadays allow adjusting the playback speed.   The distributor of a podcast maintains a central list of the files on a [[server (computing)|server]] as a [[web feed]] that can be accessed through the [[Internet]]. The listener or viewer uses special [[client (computing)|client]] [[application software|application]] [[software]] on a computer or media player, known as a [[List of podcatchers|podcatcher]], which accesses this web feed, checks it for updates, and downloads[...]



McGeddon: Reverted 1 edit by 1.39.50.159 (talk): Test. (TW)

Tue, 13 Sep 2016 10:48:08 GMT

Reverted 1 edit by 1.39.50.159 (talk): Test. (TW) ← Previous revision Revision as of 10:48, 13 September 2016 Line 3: Line 3:   [[File:Serial Podcast.jpg|thumb|The ''[[Serial (podcast)|Serial]]'' podcast being played through a podcast player]]   [[File:Serial Podcast.jpg|thumb|The ''[[Serial (podcast)|Serial]]'' podcast being played through a podcast player]]     − A '''podcast''' + A '''podcast''' is an [[episode|episodic]] series of [[digital media]] [[Computer file|files]] which a user can set up so that new episodes are automatically [[download]]ed via [[web syndication]] to the user's own local computer or [[portable media player]].{{cite web|url=http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/podcast |title=Podcast – Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary |publisher=Merriam-webster.com |date=2012-08-31 |accessdate=2014-06-29}} − an [[episode|episodic]] series of [[digital media]] [[Cofile|files]] which a user can set up so that new episodes are automatically [[download]]ed via [[web syndication]] to the user's own local computer or [[portable media player]].{{cite web|url=http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/podcast |title=Podcast – Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary |publisher=Merriam-webster.com |date=2012-08-31 |accessdate=2014-06-29}}         The word arose as a [[portmanteau]] of "[[iPod]]" (a brand of media player) and "[[broadcast]]." The files thus distributed are typically [[digital audio|audio]] or [[video]], but may sometimes include other file formats such as [[Portable Document Format|PDF]] or [[ePub]].   The word arose as a [[portmanteau]] of "[[iPod]]" (a brand of media player) and "[[broadcast]]." The files thus distributed are typically [[digital audio|audio]] or [[video]], but may sometimes include other file formats such as [[Portable Document Format|PDF]] or [[ePub]]. [...]



1.39.50.159 at 09:44, 13 September 2016

Tue, 13 Sep 2016 09:44:08 GMT

← Previous revision Revision as of 09:44, 13 September 2016 Line 3: Line 3:   [[File:Serial Podcast.jpg|thumb|The ''[[Serial (podcast)|Serial]]'' podcast being played through a podcast player]]   [[File:Serial Podcast.jpg|thumb|The ''[[Serial (podcast)|Serial]]'' podcast being played through a podcast player]]     − A '''podcast''' is an [[episode|episodic]] series of [[digital media]] [[Computer file|files]] which a user can set up so that new episodes are automatically [[download]]ed via [[web syndication]] to the user's own local computer or [[portable media player]].{{cite web|url=http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/podcast |title=Podcast – Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary |publisher=Merriam-webster.com |date=2012-08-31 |accessdate=2014-06-29}} + A '''podcast'''   + an [[episode|episodic]] series of [[digital media]] [[Cofile|files]] which a user can set up so that new episodes are automatically [[download]]ed via [[web syndication]] to the user's own local computer or [[portable media player]].{{cite web|url=http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/podcast |title=Podcast – Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary |publisher=Merriam-webster.com |date=2012-08-31 |accessdate=2014-06-29}}       The word arose as a [[portmanteau]] of "[[iPod]]" (a brand of media player) and "[[broadcast]]." The files thus distributed are typically [[digital audio|audio]] or [[video]], but may sometimes include other file formats such as [[Portable Document Format|PDF]] or [[ePub]].   The word arose as a [[portmanteau]] of "[[iPod]]" (a brand of media player) and "[[broadcast]]." The files thus distributed are typically [[digital audio|audio]] or [[video]], but may sometimes include other file formats such as [[Portable Document Format|PDF]] or [[ePub]]. [...]