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    Podcasting Podcasting is something relatively new to technology. It’s humble beginnings finally took off in full force by 2000. Per Ciccarelli, (2016), “in 2001, users Adam Curry and Tristan Louis, aided by UserLand founder and RSS evangelist Dave Winer, added support for a specific enclosure element to Userland 's non-RDF branch of RSS (Real Simple Syndication), and then to its Radio Userland feed-generator and aggregator, establishing the initial development of podcasting. Podcasting is a tool that is set up for audio distribution where files are uploaded. Files can be anything from music to digital images. In higher education, podcasting can be an easy tool for learning content and with the age of new technology, allow for information…

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    I may be a little slow to the podcast game, but I blame my extremely short attention span. In no way am I a “books on tape” kind of girl, because then I become “daydream-look at the window –miss half the chapter” kind of girl. So years ago, when my husband suggested I download these podcasts, I dismissed him. Like I smiled and nodded my head and thought about puppies, ice cream cones, and sunshine while he listed a bunch of podcasts I would like. I lumped them together with my attempts to…

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    Podcasting Research Paper

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    Podcasting is the latest in on-the-go, on-demand technology. Basically, a podcast is a digital recording of audio or web/visual content, made available on the Internet for downloading to a personal computer or MP3 player. A lot like radio on demand, podcasting actually offers far more options in terms of content and programming than radio does. And best of all, with podcasting, you can download whatever programming you want and listen to it whenever and wherever you want. This anywhere, anytime…

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    He began planning, implementing and developing his podcasting ideas without much financial, personnel and business related support. He relied on his passionate drive for making podcasts, interesting and informative ones, and making them available to the largest possible audience. Alex tirelessly attempted to recruit people, resources and personnel to his business from the very beginning, which demanded great amounts of patience and perseverance. Alex believed in his idea and worked hard to bring…

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    Self-Efficacy, Self-Regulation, and Cognitive Style as predictors of achievement with podcast instruction – An examination of multiple potential factors that could affect instruction through podcasting. Self-efficacy, self-regulation and cognitive style are researched and tested for potential effects with the aid of seventeen students. These students screened for four persistent variables (academic self-efficacy, academic self-regulation, cognitive style and self-efficacy for online…

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    found online for free? 4. Selling advertisements for in print circulation. A company may not purchase ads in the paper when they can sell ads online and through other media such as the radio to try to reach a broader audience. 5. Reports that its biggest readers are males within a certain income bracket. Need to expand to increase female readers and all ages. Opportunities 1. Social media. Selling ads online or using social media to reach a wider audience. 2. A chance to increase female…

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    Periodically the Australian Music Industry has gone through constant periods of growth and alteration. Digitisation shows this transformation, as the traditional consumption of live music has shifted from $26 billion to $15 billion over a 15 year span (2014). This modernised landscape, has largely affected the physical presence of the industry's multi-layered persona. This adaptation is presented in the ‘Australian Independent Music Market report’, which stated digital revenue from downloads and…

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    These trends of media include social media, mobile device apps, RSS feeds and podcasting. The rapid expansion of social networking websites, such as Facebook and Twitter is the most significant example of how media usage is changing. Customers use these sites as a platform of social exchange and also to obtain news and information. “App” video advertisements through smartphone and tablet computer applications are a new avenue in the advertisement industry. Marketers reach more advertising…

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    Social media, podcasting and online role-playing games have become a part of our life because Internet nowadays can easily access. We could not consider about the day without it. Unfortunately, Internet addiction affects many people’s lives involuntarily such as grades, school life, Jobs, responsibilities and relationships. However, there are two sides to every coin, there are perks of using Internet in many ways too. This essay will give a definition of the Internet and the social media…

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    Social Work Podcasts

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    Podcasts are a fantastic way to stay current with what's going on in your field. Many people might not be aware that there are podcasts for every interest including social work. Podcasts allow social workers to continue growing, and they introduce new ideas while they're on-the-go. You can listen to podcasts on the way to work, on the way to meet clients or during downtime at night. Social workers are often the bad guy in many situations, so it's great when podcasts can create a sense of…

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