This lecture is more of a live podcast recording session than a traditional talk. So you will be more of an audience in a radio studio while Tim is producing the podcast. In the podcast which is produced in realtime, Tim will lay out the various aspects of podcasting including history, background technology and future directions. Podcasting has taken a significant mind share in the recent months and is positioned to be the next big media hype. Podcasts are about to complement and enhance the radio landscape and appear to be a primary outlet for promoting both free speech and free music. So far broadcasting regulations haven't hit the scene which continues to create new formats and revolutionize audio-based communication on the web. The Podosphere emerges as the audible Usenet drawing people to the net that haven't been attracted before. The Audible Web is going to draw people to the Internet that haven't had much fun with the mainly text and image-based appearance. While many like to communication text-based in chats, e-mails, forums and other services some people not only prefer to listen and talk, it's the only thing you might get hold of their opinions and preferences. Podcasting is doing to radio and TV what the web did to printed magazines, newspapers and books. It's not going to replace, but significantly enhance the medium adding new value and formats to the line-up which can in return benefit the whole scene. Time-delayed listening much better fits the need of people in modern life that is dominated by tight schedules
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