Posts Tagged ‘ music podcasting ’

5,000 Free Podcast-Safe Songs

Apr 10th, 2009 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, Digital Music, Podcast-Legal Music, Podcasting

The Free Music Archive is an interactive library of high-quality, legal audio downloadsm featuring over 5,000 free MP3s that are pre-cleared for you to use in a podcast. According to the FMA: Every mp3 you discover on The Free Music Archive is pre-cleared for certain types of uses that would otherwise be prohibited by outdated […]

Association Of Music Podcasting Now On Twitter

Feb 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Digital Music, Microblogging, Podcast-Legal Music

The Association Of Music Podcasting – a group of music podcasters who want to promote music via podcasts – is now on Twitter. If you’re interested in using or listening to music in podcasts, check them out: AMP postings and news are now available via twitter. Go to to follow the latest information. Checkout […]

Get Free Music And Preview The Free Music Archive

Jul 3rd, 2008 | By | Category: Digital Music, Featured Story, Podcast-Legal Music

The Free Music Archive is a new online digital library of music that will allow music fans, webcasters and podcasters to listen, download, and stream for free, with no restrictions, registration or fees. And it will all be legal. The site’s still a work in progress, but you can download a free selection of music […]

How Magnatune Works: Inside The CC-licensed, Podcaster-friendly Record Label

Apr 11th, 2008 | By | Category: Digital Music, Podcasting Law

The Open Rights Group has an in-depth look at Magnatune, a pioneering record label that licenses its releases under Creative Commons licenses. This means that Magnatune’s music is: Shareable: Users are invited to share their purchased tracks with up to three friends, can listen to the entire catalogue for free via the website’s 128kbps streams, […]

User-Generated Content Key To Music Sales

Feb 13th, 2008 | By | Category: Digital Music, Podcasting Law, Podcasting Research, Podcasting Statistics

According to a new new NYU research report – Does Chatter Matter? – user-generated content, including blogs and social networking sites, should be considered an important tool for promoting music and predicting sales. Researchers looked at the usefulness of user-generated content in predicting sales in the music industry. They tracked the changes in online chatter […]

Podcaster Input Needed for Research Survey

Aug 10th, 2006 | By | Category: Podcasting Research

Susanne Noatsch, a researcher at Leipzig University in Germany, is looking for input from podcasters for a survey about podcasting. The survey is anonymous – participants do not have to tell their names. The survey will be available online through the end of August. Survey links: US Podcasters | German Podcasters

New Podcast Directory Music Only

Aug 8th, 2006 | By | Category: Podcast Directory Sites

A new podcast directory, Music Only Podcasts, is – you guessed it – a directory that features only music podcasts. It’s currently a fairly small directory, but it is focused and also makes it easy to preview the shows by providing a featured show link for each podcast.

Podcasting from the Fringe

Aug 2nd, 2006 | By | Category: Podcast Quickies

The Stage, a UK trade publication for the entertainment world has partnered with The Podcast Network to bring the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Podcast to podcast listeners around the world. The Edinburgh Fringe Festival features 28,014 performances of 1,867 shows in 261 venues, and features an estimated 16,990 performers. The podcast is freely available to anyone […]