Business Podcasting Powerhouse RadioSpectives Announces New 2009 Season of Podcast Internet Radio
Minnetonka, Minnesota May 05, 2009 Technology News(PRLEAP.COM) Radiospectives (www.radiospectives.com), the popular business podcasting online Internet podcast radio station, presents some of the nation's top business and community leaders, subject-matter experts, and people in the news who bring you into their circle of expertise and give you the inside scoop on the important topics in business today.
The new show line up will focus heavily on businesses surviving and thriving in a tough economy, going green, and using Internet Web 2.0 Technologies to get a leg-up on the competition. Radiospectives podcasts give the listeners the convenience to listen to the show when they want, where they want, and how they want.
In general, podcasting is the method of distributing multimedia files, such as audio programs or music videos, over the Internet for playback on mobile devices and personal computers. In the recent past, a "mobile" device meant owning an iPod. Today, almost every "smart" mobile phone being sold is capable of downloading podcasts for future playback. Radiospectives provides today's programming for people on the go.
The typical 15-minute Radiospectives program just flies by as host, Dan Culhane, asks all the questions that you've been thinking about plus some that may surprise you. You'll be amazed at the wealth of talented people joining the program and the helpful information and quick tips you can learn in such a short period of time.
"To my mind, this represents the future of radio," commented Lou Del Monte, President of TMA E-Marketing (www.tmaemarketing.com), which owns and operates Radiospectives. "It's even making its way into new cars, equipped with radios capable of downloading podcasts and allowing the listeners to program their own radio station content."
Podcasting has become the one of the fastest growing media of all time. According to eMarketer.com, 11% of U.S. Internet users in 2009 are listening to podcasts. eMarketer.com is forecasting the number of U.S. listeners will nearly double by 2013.
"This gives businesses a whole new way to get their messages out," continued Del Monte. "A business can sponsor a popular podcast, similar to sponsored 'old-time' radio show, or actually provide content. Our clients have significantly benefited from podcasting. It's become a proven money maker."
Radiospectives invites you to surf the new wave of talk radio.
Louis A. Del Monte