PodChannels Leads Radio's leap into Podcasting

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Podchannels, Inc., the first company to provide online podcasting management, syndication and monetization services to radio broadcasters and other media, announced today that Digital HollywoodÂ?s Spring 2005 podcasting program is live.

Podchannels, Inc., the first company to provide online podcasting management, syndication and monetization services to radio broadcasters and other media, announced today that Digital Hollywood’s Spring 2005 podcasting program is live at http://www.podchannels.com/dh/ .

“With Digital Hollywood’s podcast program we will reach an audience that needs to know that our solutions are on the market now, months ahead of the competition.” stated Richard Sharp, CEO of PodChannels, Inc. The DH Fall Program features presentations by industry experts from corporations such as Disney, MTV, CNET.com and Premiere Radio Networks working in the mobile, P2P radio, television and entertainment spaces and debuts as over 1500 technology and media luminaries gather next week in Los Angeles, Digital Hollywood’s biggest event of the year.

Last week Apple CEO, Steve Jobs announced that iTunes has over 7 million podcast subscribers in less than three months. CNN, NPR, Infinity, NBC and most major media companies have embraced podcasting.

PodChannels online podcasting services streamline and simplify the publishing of thousands of podcasts over a distributed network of web sites and management tiers. “We take all the technical aspects out of the process and enable anyone familiar with a browser to upload, annotate, schedule and syndicate their podcasts.” says Sharp, a speaker at Digital Hollywood next week. PodChannels also provides statistics and simplifies archival management.

Available from any internet enabled desktop, the solution utilizes an XML architecture & RSS (Really Simple Syndication) to syndicate podcast channels that are published in an ongoing, automated fashion across the network: internally to management & affiliates and externally to listeners.

By simplifying the process, PodChannels enables radio programmers to focus on monetization and programming issues rather than technical challenges.

Digital Hollywood debuted in 1990 and has from its start been among the leading trade conferences in its field with over 15,000 top executives in the film, television, music, home video, cable, telecommunications and computer industries attending the various events each year.

PodChannels services are now available for deployment for either single stations or across full radio networks.

For more information, please visit http://www.podchannels.com

Contact: Catherine Allman

hawkestone communications - public affairs

T. 416-485-4606

info@hawkestone.com

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