(PRWEB) March 14, 2005
Matt Hartley and Brandon Watts of Changing Media, bring their ideas into a single power-packed show each and every Monday in hopes of preparing their listeners for the up and coming media revolution. Unknown to most people who participate in the mainstream media today by watching television and listening to the radio, the media they know is changing right before their very eyes.
Really Simple Syndication, Podcasting, Blogging; people are beginning to discover that they're no longer slaves to the mainstream media for their 'need to know' information or even in regards to where they go for entertainment. Today more than ever, people are yearning for a media element that is not just telling them how something is, but rather challenges them to think about what it could be instead.
Both Hartley and Watts feel that they're in a unique position to provide an active voice for the people that this new media revolution will potentially influence. They have been actively looking for the trends involved in many of these changes in hopes of making sense of all the sensationalism going on in the press today.
In recent days, this search brought them to My RSS Creator. Designed to offer the ability to syndicate content with or without the benefit of a content management system, My RSS Creator allows its users to deliver their message directly to the desktops of interested subscribers. Best of all, the user is not required to know anything about RSS, Podcasting or Blogging to use this service.
The founder of My RSS Creator, Rodney Rumford, agreed to an interview with Changing Media. As the show got underway, Hartley and Watts pressed Rumford as to the level of success he has seen with My RSS Creator. To the surprise of the hosts, the success rate has been nothing short of phenomenal. Rumford provided a number of testimonials showing that My RSS Creator is just the ticket for content distribution.
To listen to the interview for yourself; please head on over to http://www.changingmedia.com. There you will find the show in an audible format for both MP3 users and those who prefer to use Flash as well.
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