11.16.2005 10:35 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Video channel announces audio podcasting

The Internet Video Channel, an Internet media portal provider, recently announced the availability of podcasting and vodcasting integrated into its media portal services.

The new pod/vodcasting technology allows audio from video for use on the Apple iPod, and video programming for use on the new video iPod.

The Internet Video Channel now offers its customers the ability to do live Webcasting, on-demand playback of audio and video files, and podcasting and vodcasting in a Web-driven environment.

Internet Video Channel's other new features include: Web-based administration; automatic RSS feed creation; "Always On" live Webcasting; automated reporting; and a custom player creation complete with an ability to incorporate hot-linkable advertising. Users who sign up before the end of the year will receive the full package without any storage or bandwidth limitations.

For more information, visit www.internetvideochannel.com.

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