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Sep142006

Hear This: On Digital Media, Episode #5

This week's episode of On Digital Media was just posted:

This week’s special guest is Tim Bourquin, co-host of The Podcast Brothers and President of TNC New Media (Producers of The Podcast and Portable Media Expo)

In this episode we discuss (not necessarily in order):

• The upcoming Podcast and Portable Media Expo September 29th & 30th, 2006
• Impressions on the CTIA Conference
• Acquisitions and Acquisition Candidates: NewsCorp gobbles Jamba/Jamster, Milkaround;
• YouTube, BankRate, eHarmony, others ripe for the picking
• Sprint/Nextel offering advertising on-deck
• Apple, iPods, iTunes; Microsoft, Zune
• SanDisk’s “Made for Sansa” badge program
• This Week in Tech gets first big brand advertisers: Visa and Dell
• Podcast Advertising: When will it be about something more than impression delivery?
• Our closing music is Democracy from Alexander Blu

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