We also look forward to bringing our audio and video content out to the expansive social media ecosystem with key syndication partners YouTube and Apple's iTunes.
Waltham, MA (PRWEB) March 10, 2009
Geek.com, an online technology resource and community for enthusiasts and professionals since 1996, is expanding its free offerings with podcasts. Every day Geek.com posts product announcements, reviews, and technology news to keep its more than a million monthly unique visitors up-to-date. Adding podcasts allows Geek.com users to watch or listen to Geek.com content wherever they are.
Currently there are approximately 100 video podcasts available to view on the Geek.com YouTube channel, covering an eclectic mix of technology topics. Reviews of the latest computer and console games, mobile devices and gadgets are presented alongside critiques of new computer hardware and software. Also included are video snippets of manufacturing techniques and new product demonstrations, interviews with technology celebrities, and helpful tips for using the latest gadgets.
"Geek.com has gained a reputation as a trusted source of leading edge technology information. Today's consumer demands information to be delivered in many ways and we are delighted to expand the Geek.com offerings to serve our growing audience," states Jeff Bennett, President and COO of NameMedia. "We also look forward to bringing our audio and video content out to the expansive social media ecosystem with key syndication partners YouTube and Apple's iTunes."
You can now download Geek.com podcasts for free from Apple's iTunes Store, where they can be found as a "New and Notable" podcast in the technology news section. iTunes will be the easiest way to follow Geek.com when you aren't connected to the Internet. For those who don't use iTunes, Geek.com offers an RSS feed for its podcasts and is pending approval to be included on the Zune platform.
ABOUT GEEK.COM - Geek.com's mission is to be the web's best news resource and community for technology enthusiasts. Geek.com is focused on delivering the latest technology news along with reviews of the hottest hardware and software. Geek.com's core topical categories include Apple, Gadgets, Games, Mobile, and Chips.
Geek.com is a subsidiary of NameMedia, the owner and publisher of many of the largest and most active enthusiast community sites on the web, including sites focused on photography, gardening, crafting, stamping, astrology, automotive, rock climbing and sky-diving.
Headquartered outside Boston in Waltham, Massachusetts, more information is available at NameMedia.com.