Zune Goes Metal With Its First Video Podcast

Feb 8th, 2008 | By | Category: Video Podcasts

zune-podcast.jpgMicrosoft’s downloadable media portal, the Zune Marketplace, announced the publication of Zune’s first video podcast, a behind-the-scenes profile of metalcore band The Black Dahlia Murder.

Zune sent a video crew out to shadow The Black Dahlia Murder on the New York City stop of their current US headlining tour, capturing a day in the life of “one of metal‚Äôs most entertaining bands.” [We wonder if this follows in the footsteps of the Beatles’ “A Hard Day’s Night,” or more along the lines of the Spice Girls’ “Spice World.” -ed]

Highlights include a roof top interview at tour sponsor Metal Maniacs’ offices, a horror movie discussion at Fangoria Magazine and concert footage from the New York show.

The six-part weekly podcast series is available only through Zune Marketplace and Zune.net.

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  1. I think the Zune has tanked as a music player. Look at the Amazon best sellers
    There are 13-14 iPods, and one Zune at number 23.
    Microsoft doesn’t get it, sorry!

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