SubscribeCast's hope is to have an impact on the emerging industry that has developed from the release of the video iPod and other portable media players … and we are succeeding
Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) April 19, 2006
Steve Bottfeld has announced an agreement with SubscribeCast Technologies to distribute the "Bottfeld Report" Video Podcast using SubscribeCast's patent pending subscription podcast application.
"Bottfeld Report" offers Mr. Bottfeld's highly acclaimed and unique insight into the Las Vegas real estate world. With nearly two decades of being a top analyst and trend spotter in the dynamic Las Vegas real estate market, renowned speaker Steve Bottfeld will deliver his weekly real estate insights and perspectives "Podcast Style" for the real estate professional, investor, or novice.
"It is fitting that SubscribeCast and I team on this ground breaking project. I've made the right calls for the last two decades on the Las Vegas real estate market and can now better communicate my analysis for the next decade using this fantastic service. Who would think I'd have my own subscription TV show? SubscribeCast and I are where cable was a decade ago! Talk about ground floor . . . or should I say hi-rise?"
"Bottfeld Report" is an essential tool in keeping up with important market events and rumors in the booming Las Vegas real estate market to hone your competitive edge. Unlike traditional round table broadcasts, "Bottfeld Report" will deliver current video footage reflecting the topics covered in each podcast. It will be made available to subscribers for $49 per 3-month subscription via SubscribeCast's innovative web application, delivering feeds to any podcatching program, such as Apple's iTunes free software. Each 3-month subscription will comprise of current topics, spread out over 6 episodes. Users can sign up at http://www.bottfeldreport.com and every week they will automatically receive a new episode of approximately 12-15 minutes in length.
SubscribeCast Technologies is a software development firm based out of Tucson, AZ. The company recently developed a web application that allows media content providers to deliver their products via paid subscription to standard RSS reading software such as iTunes. Up until the advent of this application, there had not been a way to regulate and charge access to serialized RSS delivered content (called "Podcasts").
With SubscribeCast's application, content providers can break free of the current technology, which only allows customers to buy media on a pay per file basis. This new web application eliminates that need and hassle, replacing it with readily accessible RSS technology. Also, SubscribeCast's application provides the ability to track downloads and prevent subscribers from sharing their RSS feeds to unauthorized, nonpaying, users.
"SubscribeCast's hope is to have an impact on the emerging industry that has developed from the release of the video iPod and other portable media players … and we are succeeding," says SubscribeCast's Director of Client Relations, Stephen Gladish.
SubscribeCast's application allows content providers the flexibility to host and maintain subscriptions and content from their own servers. Subscribers pay for their subscription at the provider's web page and then receive their RSS feed right away. The subscriber only has to enter in a username and password once to receive their RSS feed address. From then on, the subscription acts like a normal, free podcast, until the user cancels their subscription, or the subscription term expires.
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