Hear This: On Digital Media, Episode #13

In this episode of On Digital Media, John Federico, Chia-Lin Simmons and Ken Gellman discuss:

* Recording on John’s new Zoom H4 Handheld Portable Recorder
* MySpace Continues To Rule Social Networking
* Microsoft gives Universal Music Group a piece of every Zune sold
* Redford and the Sundance Institute bring independent films to cell phones
* Sony to launch film clips download service on Grouper
* Yahoo delivers graphical ads to cell phones; Google still only text ads
* Comcast launching user-generated video portal, video-on-demand channel, Ziddio
* MySpace considering opening API’s
* PeopleAggregator.com
* Helio offering GPS-enabled friend finder phone (say that three times fast…)
* Microsoft focuses on Zune DRM and Zune Marketplace, stops selling downloads on MSN music
* Microsoft offers video download service for Xbox 360
* NBC cancels Kidnapped, finishing season on NBC.com
* Newspapers invest another $15 MM in Topix
* YouTube named Time Magazine’s invention of the year
* Listener email: After listening to episode #11, Mike Dunn tells us about BroadBus

Our closing music is Democracy from Alexander Blu

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