Maybe it’s because I’m feeling nostalgic (caught Danger Mouse and Top Cat on daytime telly today) and charitable, but here’s another story that caught my eye today: Mr Men and Little Miss celebrity charity podcasts.
Six of the UK’s favourite celebrities — Tony “Time Team” Robinson, Joanna “Ab Fab” Lumley, Wendy “Pauline Fowler” Richard (shall I stop this now?), Neil Fox, Ben Shephard, and John Simm — will record a Mr Men or a Little Miss story podcast in order to raise money for the Variety Club.
Today’s Live Earth day, when the planet comes together in unity to say
isn’t Madonna looking a bit scraggy these days let’s work together to fight climate change!
Adult entertainer Digital Playground is whacking up a staggering 158 trailers for iPhone users, in a move that clearly cements iPhone’s success. We all know that the availability of pornography is the single biggest factor in the success of any given technology format.
The UK Podcasters Association, set up in May last year, has reached an agreement with the UK-based Association of Independent Music (AIM) to allow its members preferential, legitimate, access to AIM’s podcast licence.
This means that UK podcasters will gain unlimited access to full-length music tracks from the likes of Paul Weller, Bloc Party, Mylo, Basement Jaxx, Stereophonics, The Killers, and many thousands more, and be able to use them freely in their own podcasts.
Hot on the heels of Behringer's USB podcasting kit comes this offering from Alesis. The kit comes with a high-quality USB microphone providing 16-bit/44.1-48kHz audio, and plugging straight into your computer. There's also monitoring headphones, Audacity recording software, and a…
Behringer have unveiled their latest podcasting solution at NAMM 2007, the music industry's trade show. The Podcastaudio USB Bundle offers a quality selection of gear and software allowing you to create professional audio podcasts….