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September 14, 2005
AOL and Searcheable Podcasts
AOL today announced that they will offer podcast search in the fall with a company called TVEyes. Essentially, you'll be able to do key word searches within podcasts, part of AOL's push to be a bigger resource for podcasting.
This is a good step forward for podcasting generally, but somehow there has to be a way for each podcast to have a table of contents, I think. Maybe it's just me, but I still want to know what I am getting into with a podcast and be able to jump around if I want. Correct me if I am wrong, but right now it looks like its all manual.
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Where do you see audio theatre fitting into podcasting.
Posted by: Gary W Hutson at September 14, 2005 01:41 PM
Could you clarify a little more? What do you mean by audio theatre? Thanks!
Posted by: Heather Green at September 14, 2005 01:47 PM
Sorry it took so long to reply I have been working , audio theatre are plays adapted for radio. In the old days of radio "The Lone Ranger" was a popular broadcast. So my question is where do you see drama fitting into podcasting.
Posted by: Gary W Hutson at December 22, 2005 12:21 PM