Posts Tagged ‘ analytics ’

Odeo Refocuses Efforts on Enterprise Video Solutions

Apr 2nd, 2009 | By | Category: Podcasting, Video

Odeo, podcasting startup-turned-online “digital media management” company, announced today that it has executed a Software as a Service (SaaS) contract with a(n unnamed) NY-based Fortune 100 financial institution. This is the firm’s first enterprise software customer. Founded in 2005 by Evan Williams (Blogger, Twitter) as a consumer-focused podcasting portal, Odeo had some ups and downs, […]

Highlights of SxSWi: Susan Bratton (part 4) Gadgets, Location, Conversation

Mar 24th, 2009 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, Podcasting, Podcasting Events, The New Media Update

We have asked some of our friends and colleagues who attended technology and new media conference South By Southwest Interactive (SxSWi) to share their highlights and takeaways from the conference, which wrapped up last week. Today we share the fourth installment by guest correspondent Susan Bratton: I came away from these interviews with an appreciation […]

Libsyn Leaders Explain New LibsynPRO Podcasting Services

Sep 13th, 2006 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, Corporate Podcasts, Podcast Hosting

Libsyn, a popular podcast hosting service, has debuted a new site for heavy-hitting podcast customers, LibsynPRO. Libsyn currently provides many podcasters with hosting, syndication and blogging services. Their new offering provides the same types of services, but aimed towards corporate publishers. Early adopters of LibsynPRO include the National Geographic Society, National Public Radio (NPR), and […]

Podcasters Could Make Millions

Jul 27th, 2006 | By | Category: Making Money with Podcasts

Marketwatch’s Frank Barnako is bullish on podcasting, saying that “The most popular podcasts could be making their producers more than $1 million a year.” Barnako is highlighting research from Nielsen Analytics, released last week, that focuses on the Economics of Podcasting. In the past, Nielsen’s research has been subject to ridicule by some podcasters because […]