Blogger & Podcaster Magazine Features TalkShoe

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TalkShoe was featured in the June issue of Blogger & Podcaster magazine. Read the article (page 26). Also, check out the whole magazine and subscribe for Free to the online edition — it’s a great publication. 

Podcast Host Profile - Lee Douglas

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Podcast User Magazine: Podcast Host Profile - Lee Douglas - Old Time Rock ‘n’ Roll 

May, 2007 edition.

Blubrry Partners with TalkShoe

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Blog post by Blubrry about its partnership with TalkShoe. Read the Post

Podcast User Magazine features TalkShoe

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TalkShoe was featured in a story in this month’s Podcast User Magazine - PUM Issue #12. Read the TalkShoe Article or go to the Podcast User Magazine website

Quote from the article: “Back in 2005 when I started my podcast, Skype was the main accessory that every podcaster had to use. In 2006, it was MySpace. Now as we enter the New Year, I believe that TalkShoe will be the podcasters tool of choice for 2007.”

The story was written by Lance Anderson, who among other things is the head of the LA Podcasters group, and uses TalkShoe. PUM is the largest podcasting magazine on the web.

Lance interviewed about a dozen TalkShoe hosts to gather information for his article. We’d like to publicly thank those hosts. Their names and Talkcast links are listed below.

Lance Anderson (Podcast User Magazine: Interview) – full host interview
Art Blanchet (Your Home, Your Money)
John Buehler (Rebuilding Eden)
Victor Cajaio (Typical Mac User Podcast Live)
Carter Harkins (Conversational Podcasting)
Philip Gatlin (BBN: Growing Business and Making Money)
Kain (Tech Bytes)
Scott Kurtz (PVP Live Podcast)
Leo Laporte (net@ nite)
Mike Connor (Connor’s Corner - EMC2 and Santuary)
Paul Stanton (Home Business Radio Internet Talk Show)

Net@Night: Leo Laporte & Amber Macarthur’s new podcast

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TalkShoe is now hosting: Net @Nite: Leo Laporte & Amber Macarthur’s new podcast

Amber and I are proud to announce the first live TWiTcast. We’re reinventing Inside the Net, and renaming it net@nite. You’ll still be able to listen to the show as a podcast every Tuesday, but you can also listen live as we record it Sunday nights. Even better, you can participate

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Will Talkcasts be Talk of the Town

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eWeek: Will Talkcasts be Talk of the Town

“TalkShoe, a small company in Pittsburgh, has created a Web service that allows users to create and join real-time voice conferences that can be extended to thousands of participants using cell phones, regular telephones or VOIP (voice over IP) devices.

Unlike existing Internet conferencing and chat services, TalkShoe’s Talkcasts incorporate both live and recorded telephone-quality voices, are accessible via a full range of phone connection types, integrate voice and chat, and can be made public or private, according to company officials.

The service also is unique in its ability to support thousands of participants who can join, listen to or stream a live Talkcast. In addition, any number of users can download recorded podcasts, said Mark Juliano, senior vice president at TalkShoe”

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TechCrunch - TalkShoe’s Initial Product Launch

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TechCrunch:  TalkShoe - Host Podcasts by Phoe and Gets Paid

TalkShoe is a podcasting service and directory that combines recorded conference calls with revenue sharing for show hosts. It appears to be very simple to use and the community elements make me think this service could be successful…If the world really is changing to put user generated content at the center of media, some body’s going to find the right formula for audio. This looks like a move in the right direction.

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