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UK Telegraph starts Podcast

Macworld UK reports that the Telegraph has launched a podcast. Funny I would have put money on the Guardian being first British broadsheet (well Berliner?) to this one given the size of their online presence. I hope they're a bit slower to the punch because they want to do more with the medium. Newspapers could, with relatively little effort it seems to me, output some interesting audio from "on-location". At  present there's a bit too much reading print copy on all the newspaper podcasts. I also see the Telegraph's copyright scheme seems to be _for personal use only_ as though it were a "restricted substance". Surely if the principal benefit to a newspaper of a podcast is to encourage people to purchase the print edition a use with credit system would be more appropriate.

November 26, 2005 in Podcasting News | Permalink


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