Wired News interviews ‘Podfather’ Adam Curry about podcasting

“They call him the Podfather. Once best known as a star veejay on MTV, Adam Curry is now a pioneer of podcasting. Curry helped create ipodder, a tool that automates the process of downloading and listening to audio files. His Daily Source Code podcast has become an online hit, and he’s developing a new software tool for podcasters — a virtual studio for editing and producing,” Xeni Jardin writes for Wired News.

“Curry’s also returned to the airwaves. Last week, Sirius Satellite Radio kicked off a new podcast show hosted and curated by Curry,” Jardin writes. “Available to paid subscribers of the satellite radio network, the daily four-hour show will feature Curry’s hand-picked favorite podcasts.”

Wired News spoke to the radio Renaissance man by phone from his home in Guilford, England. Full article here.

Related MacDailyNews articles:
Apple’s iPod can bring the world to users thanks to podcasts – April 19, 2005
Podcasting grows to 6 million listeners – April 04, 2005
PlayPod 1.0b RSS podcast client released – March 03, 2005
BBC tests Podcast feed – November 22, 2004
‘Podcasting’ brings personalized audio programs to your iPod – September 30, 2004


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