At Last, Anyone Can Podcast New site podooch.com makes creating your own podcast accessable to al

From: Sonique Ltd.
Published: Wed Aug 02 2006


Podcasting has become one of the fastest growing media the world has ever seen. Citizen journalism is at an all-time high with sites such as MySpace and YouTube becoming ever more popular. Until now however, creating a podcast required knowledge of RSS feeds and substantial amount of technical know-how. Now at last, creating one's own podcast and publishing it for the world to hear is easy for anyone.

Podooch.com, which launches this week, allows anybody with a web-connected computer to upload a podcast or vodcast (video cast) within minutes, without any technical knowledge whatsoever. Now anyone can document travels, broadcast a sermon or lecture, promote a band, create an audio newsletter or simply get ideas out there all via a podcast. The applications for podcasting are limited only by the imagination.

Podooch.com is one of the first of its kind to give its users full management of their podcasts from scheduling the release of new episodes through to archiving old episodes.

Other features of the site include a free month trial, unlimitted bandwidth and disk space, a personal microsite, a complete content management system giving users the power to schedule the launch of their podcasts and full statistics of each podcasts so users can see how well their podcast is doing. Best of all, podooch.com is advert-free.

Podooch.com Creative Director David Sloly said, "People are making content and sharing that content all the time. Now for the first time, through www.podooch.com, people are able to share that content with the world easily and quickly without any knowledge of computers, RSS feeds or complicated software."

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Note to editor: Sonique Ltd is based in beckenham Kent and was established in 2005 by directors Natalie Griffiths and Chris Ryan. A podcast is best described as an on-demand radio show. Once a show is created, listeners can subscribe to the show via the Internet. Whenever a new podcast episode is created, it is automatically delivered to the listener's computer or MP3 player.

podooch.com | David Sloly |Creative Director | 020 8659 9636


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