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Reverting possible vandalism by 207.243.231.34 to version by Shaded0. Report False Positive? Thanks, ClueBot NG. (3122838) (Bot) ← Previous revision Revision as of 17:36, 11 September 2017 Line 81: Line 81:   ''[[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}}     − Since the spread of the [[Internet]] and the use of Internet broadband connection [[Transmission Control Protocol|TCP]], which helps to identify various applications, a faster connection to the Internet is dumb because it has been created and a wide amount of communication has been created. Video podcasts have become extremely popular online and are often presented as short video clips, usually excerpts of a longer recording. Video clips are being used on pre-established websites, and increasing numbers of websites are being created solely for the purpose of hosting video clips and podcasts. Video podcasts are being streamed on intranets and extranets, and private and public networks, and are taking communication through the Internet to whole new levels.{{cite web|url=http://web.inxpo.com/casting-calls/bid/55104/From-Association-Meetings-to-Corporate-Events-Video-is-Everywhere|title=From Association Meetings to Corporate Events, Video is Everywhere|last=Shiao|first=Dennis|date=17 March 2011|publisher=INXPO|accessdate=8 June 2013}} + Since the spread of the [[Internet]] and the use of Internet broadband connection [[Transmission Control Protocol|TCP]], which helps to identify various applications, a faster connection to the Internet has been created and a wide amount of communication has been created. Video podcasts have become extremely popular online and are often presented as short video clips, usually excerpts of a longer recording. Video clips are being used on pre-established websites, and increasing numbers of websites are being created solely for the purpose of hosting video clips and podcasts. Video podcasts are being streamed on intranets and extranets, and private and public networks, and are taking communication through the Internet to whole new levels.{{cite web|url=http://web.inxpo.com/casting-calls/bid/55104/From-Association-Meetings-to-Corporate-Events-Video-is-Everywhere|title=From Association Meetings to Corporate Events, Video is Everywhere|last=Shiao|first=Dennis|date=17 March 2011|publisher=INXPO|accessdate=8 June 2013}}       Most video clips are now submitted and produced by individuals.{{Nonspecific|date=December 2012}} Video podcasts are also being used for web television, commonly referred to as Web TV, a rapidly growing genre of digital entertainment that uses various forms of [[new media]] to deliver to an audience both reruns of shows or series and content created or delivered originally online via broadband and mobile networks, web television shows, or web series. Examples include [[Amazon Video|Amazon]], [[Hulu]], and [[Netflix]]. Other types of video podcasts used for web television may be short-form, anywhere from 2–9 minutes per episode, typically used for advertising, video blogs, amateur filming, journalism, and convergence with traditional media.{{citation needed|date=January 2015}}   Most video clips are now submitted and pr[...]



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← Previous revision Revision as of 17:36, 11 September 2017 Line 81: Line 81:   ''[[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}}     − Since the spread of the [[Internet]] and the use of Internet broadband connection [[Transmission Control Protocol|TCP]], which helps to identify various applications, a faster connection to the Internet has been created and a wide amount of communication has been created. Video podcasts have become extremely popular online and are often presented as short video clips, usually excerpts of a longer recording. Video clips are being used on pre-established websites, and increasing numbers of websites are being created solely for the purpose of hosting video clips and podcasts. Video podcasts are being streamed on intranets and extranets, and private and public networks, and are taking communication through the Internet to whole new levels.{{cite web|url=http://web.inxpo.com/casting-calls/bid/55104/From-Association-Meetings-to-Corporate-Events-Video-is-Everywhere|title=From Association Meetings to Corporate Events, Video is Everywhere|last=Shiao|first=Dennis|date=17 March 2011|publisher=INXPO|accessdate=8 June 2013}} + Since the spread of the [[Internet]] and the use of Internet broadband connection [[Transmission Control Protocol|TCP]], which helps to identify various applications, a faster connection to the Internet is dumb because it has been created and a wide amount of communication has been created. Video podcasts have become extremely popular online and are often presented as short video clips, usually excerpts of a longer recording. Video clips are being used on pre-established websites, and increasing numbers of websites are being created solely for the purpose of hosting video clips and podcasts. Video podcasts are being streamed on intranets and extranets, and private and public networks, and are taking communication through the Internet to whole new levels.{{cite web|url=http://web.inxpo.com/casting-calls/bid/55104/From-Association-Meetings-to-Corporate-Events-Video-is-Everywhere|title=From Association Meetings to Corporate Events, Video is Everywhere|last=Shiao|first=Dennis|date=17 March 2011|publisher=INXPO|accessdate=8 June 2013}}       Most video clips are now submitted and produced by individuals.{{Nonspecific|date=December 2012}} Video podcasts are also being used for web television, commonly referred to as Web TV, a rapidly growing genre of digital entertainment that uses various forms of [[new media]] to deliver to an audience both reruns of shows or series and content created or delivered originally online via broadband and mobile networks, web television shows, or web series. Examples include [[Amazon Video|Amazon]], [[Hulu]], and [[Netflix]]. Other types of video podcasts used for web television may be short-form, anywhere from 2–9 minutes per episode, typically used for advertising, video blogs, amateur filming, journalism, and convergence with traditional media.{{citation needed|date=January 2015}}   Most video clips are now submitted and produced by individuals.{{Nonspecific|date=December 2012}} Video podcasts are also being used for web [...]



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Bot: HTTP→HTTPS ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:39, 8 September 2017 Line 33: Line 33:   ''Daily Source Code'' started at a grassroots level of production and was initially directed at podcast developers. As its audience became interested in the format, these developers were inspired to create and produce their own projects and, as a result, they improved the code used to create podcasts. As more people learned how easy it was to produce podcasts, a community of pioneer podcasters quickly appeared.{{cite web|title=A History of Podcasting|url=https://www.voices.com/resources/articles/podcasting/history-of-podcasting|accessdate=30 April 2015}} Despite a lack of a commonly accepted identifying name for the medium at the time of its creation, ''Daily Source Code'' is commonly believed to be the first podcast to be published online.   ''Daily Source Code'' started at a grassroots level of production and was initially directed at podcast developers. As its audience became interested in the format, these developers were inspired to create and produce their own projects and, as a result, they improved the code used to create podcasts. As more people learned how easy it was to produce podcasts, a community of pioneer podcasters quickly appeared.{{cite web|title=A History of Podcasting|url=https://www.voices.com/resources/articles/podcasting/history-of-podcasting|accessdate=30 April 2015}} Despite a lack of a commonly accepted identifying name for the medium at the time of its creation, ''Daily Source Code'' is commonly believed to be the first podcast to be published online.     − In June 2005, [[Apple Inc|Apple]] released [[iTunes]] 4.9 which added formal support for podcasts, thus negating the need to use a separate program in order to download and transfer them to a mobile device. While this made access to podcasts more convenient and widespread, it also effectively ended advancement of podcatchers by independent developers. Additionally, Apple issued [[Cease and Desist]] orders to many podcast application developers and service providers for using the term "iPod" or "Pod" in their products' names.{{cite web|url=http://www.engadget.com/2006/09/24/with-pod-on-lockdown-apple-goes-after-podcast/ |title=With Pod on Lockdown Apple goes after Podcast|author=Blass, Evan Blass |website=Engadget|date= September 24, 2006}} + In June 2005, [[Apple Inc|Apple]] released [[iTunes]] 4.9 which added formal support for podcasts, thus negating the need to use a separate program in order to download and transfer them to a mobile device. While this made access to podcasts more convenient and widespread, it also effectively ended advancement of podcatchers by independent developers. Additionally, Apple issued [[Cease and Desist]] orders to many podcast application developers and service providers for using the term "iPod" or "Pod" in their products' names.{{cite web|url=https://www.engadget.com/2006/09/24/with-pod-on-lockdown-apple-goes-after-podcast/ |title=With Pod on Lockdown Apple goes after Podcast|author=Blass, Evan Blass |website=Engadget|date= September 24, 2006}}   [[File:Podcasting icon.svg|thumb|The logo used by Apple to represent podcasting in its iTunes software.]]   [[File:Podcasting icon.svg|thumb|The logo used by Apple to represent podcasting in its iTunes software.]]     Line 50: Line 50:       ==== Apple trademark protections ====   ==== Apple trademark protections ==== − On September 26, 2004, it was reported that [[Apple Inc.|Apple]] had started to crack down on businesses using the string "POD", in product and company names. Apple sent a [[cease and desist]] letter that week to Podcast Ready, Inc., which markets an application known as "myPodder".



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← Previous revision Revision as of 17:03, 25 August 2017 Line 3: Line 3:   [[File:Serial Podcast.jpg|thumb|The ''[[Serial (podcast)|Serial]]'' podcast being played through an iPhone]]   [[File:Serial Podcast.jpg|thumb|The ''[[Serial (podcast)|Serial]]'' podcast being played through an iPhone]]     − A '''podcast''' is an [[episode|episodic]] series of [[digital media|digital]] audio [[Computer file|files]] which a user can download and listen to. It is often available for subscription, so that new episodes are automatically [[download]]ed via [[web syndication]] to the user's own local computer, mobile application, 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|digital]] audio or video [[Computer file|files]] which a user can download and listen to. It is often available for subscription, so that new episodes are automatically [[download]]ed via [[web syndication]] to the user's own local computer, mobile application, 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]]". Thus, the files distributed are in audio format, but may sometimes include other file formats such as [[Portable Document Format|PDF]] or [[ePub]]. Videos which are shared following a podcast model are called [[Podcast#Video podcasts|video podcasts]] or vodcasts.   The word arose as a [[portmanteau]] of "[[iPod]]" (a brand of media player) and "[[broadcast]]". Thus, the files distributed are in audio format, but may sometimes include other file formats such as [[Portable Document Format|PDF]] or [[ePub]]. Videos which are shared following a podcast model are called [[Podcast#Video podcasts|video podcasts]] or vodcasts. [...]



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Reverting possible vandalism by 24.43.78.242 to version by Versageek. Report False Positive? Thanks, ClueBot NG. (3107924) (Bot) ← Previous revision Revision as of 17:36, 22 August 2017 Line 47: Line 47:   As of September 20, 2005, known trademarks that attempted to capitalize on podcast included: ePodcast, GodCast, GuidePod, MyPod, Pod-Casting, Podango, PodCabin, Podcast, Podcast Realty, Podcaster, PodcastPeople, Podgram PodKitchen, PodShop, and Podvertiser.{{cite web| url=http://computer.howstuffworks.com/internet/basics/podcasting1.htm| title= How Podcasting Works, History of Podcasting |publisher=HowStuffWorks.com; Discovery.com |accessdate=2012-12-17}}   As of September 20, 2005, known trademarks that attempted to capitalize on podcast included: ePodcast, GodCast, GuidePod, MyPod, Pod-Casting, Podango, PodCabin, Podcast, Podcast Realty, Podcaster, PodcastPeople, Podgram PodKitchen, PodShop, and Podvertiser.{{cite web| url=http://computer.howstuffworks.com/internet/basics/podcasting1.htm| title= How Podcasting Works, History of Podcasting |publisher=HowStuffWorks.com; Discovery.com |accessdate=2012-12-17}}     − By February 2007, there had been 24 attempts to register trademarks containing the word "PODCAST" in the United States, but only "PODCAST READY" from ''Podcast Ready, Inc.'' was approved.{{cite web|url=http://tess2.uspto.gov/bin/showfield?f=toc&state=ebk0n.1.1&p_search=searchss&p_L=50&BackReference=&p_plural=yes&p_s_PARA1=&p_tagrepl%7E%3A=PARA1%24LD&expr=PARA1+AND+PARA2&p_s_PARA2=podcast&p_tagrepl%7E%3A=PARA2%24COMB&p_op_ALL=AND&a_default=search&a_search=Submit+Query&a_search=Submit+Query |title=List of US podcast trademarks |publisher=Tess2.uspto.gov |date= |accessdate=2010-01-15}} and victor was one of the best boyfriends of all time + By February 2007, there had been 24 attempts to register trademarks containing the word "PODCAST" in the United States, but only "PODCAST READY" from ''Podcast Ready, Inc.'' was approved.{{cite web|url=http://tess2.uspto.gov/bin/showfield?f=toc&state=ebk0n.1.1&p_search=searchss&p_L=50&BackReference=&p_plural=yes&p_s_PARA1=&p_tagrepl%7E%3A=PARA1%24LD&expr=PARA1+AND+PARA2&p_s_PARA2=podcast&p_tagrepl%7E%3A=PARA2%24COMB&p_op_ALL=AND&a_default=search&a_search=Submit+Query&a_search=Submit+Query |title=List of US podcast trademarks |publisher=Tess2.uspto.gov |date= |accessdate=2010-01-15}}       ==== Apple trademark protections ====   ==== Apple trademark protections ==== [...]



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‎Trademark applications ← Previous revision Revision as of 17:36, 22 August 2017 Line 47: Line 47:   As of September 20, 2005, known trademarks that attempted to capitalize on podcast included: ePodcast, GodCast, GuidePod, MyPod, Pod-Casting, Podango, PodCabin, Podcast, Podcast Realty, Podcaster, PodcastPeople, Podgram PodKitchen, PodShop, and Podvertiser.{{cite web| url=http://computer.howstuffworks.com/internet/basics/podcasting1.htm| title= How Podcasting Works, History of Podcasting |publisher=HowStuffWorks.com; Discovery.com |accessdate=2012-12-17}}   As of September 20, 2005, known trademarks that attempted to capitalize on podcast included: ePodcast, GodCast, GuidePod, MyPod, Pod-Casting, Podango, PodCabin, Podcast, Podcast Realty, Podcaster, PodcastPeople, Podgram PodKitchen, PodShop, and Podvertiser.{{cite web| url=http://computer.howstuffworks.com/internet/basics/podcasting1.htm| title= How Podcasting Works, History of Podcasting |publisher=HowStuffWorks.com; Discovery.com |accessdate=2012-12-17}}     − By February 2007, there had been 24 attempts to register trademarks containing the word "PODCAST" in the United States, but only "PODCAST READY" from ''Podcast Ready, Inc.'' was approved.{{cite web|url=http://tess2.uspto.gov/bin/showfield?f=toc&state=ebk0n.1.1&p_search=searchss&p_L=50&BackReference=&p_plural=yes&p_s_PARA1=&p_tagrepl%7E%3A=PARA1%24LD&expr=PARA1+AND+PARA2&p_s_PARA2=podcast&p_tagrepl%7E%3A=PARA2%24COMB&p_op_ALL=AND&a_default=search&a_search=Submit+Query&a_search=Submit+Query |title=List of US podcast trademarks |publisher=Tess2.uspto.gov |date= |accessdate=2010-01-15}} + By February 2007, there had been 24 attempts to register trademarks containing the word "PODCAST" in the United States, but only "PODCAST READY" from ''Podcast Ready, Inc.'' was approved.{{cite web|url=http://tess2.uspto.gov/bin/showfield?f=toc&state=ebk0n.1.1&p_search=searchss&p_L=50&BackReference=&p_plural=yes&p_s_PARA1=&p_tagrepl%7E%3A=PARA1%24LD&expr=PARA1+AND+PARA2&p_s_PARA2=podcast&p_tagrepl%7E%3A=PARA2%24COMB&p_op_ALL=AND&a_default=search&a_search=Submit+Query&a_search=Submit+Query |title=List of US podcast trademarks |publisher=Tess2.uspto.gov |date= |accessdate=2010-01-15}} and victor was one of the best boyfriends of all time       ==== Apple trademark protections ====   ==== Apple trademark protections ==== [...]



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‎External links ← Previous revision Revision as of 17:45, 21 August 2017 Line 144: Line 144:   {{Spoken Wikipedia|En-Podcasting-article.ogg|2005-12-05}}   {{Spoken Wikipedia|En-Podcasting-article.ogg|2005-12-05}}   *{{wikibooks-inline|Podcasting}}   *{{wikibooks-inline|Podcasting}} − [http://investmoneyschool.com/podcast Best Podcast] + *[http://investmoneyschool.com/podcast Best Podcast]   *{{Wiktionary-inline|podcast}}   *{{Wiktionary-inline|podcast}}   *{{commonscat-inline|Podcasts}}   *{{commonscat-inline|Podcasts}} [...]



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