Last year that the editors of the New Oxford American Dictionary declared “podcasting” the “Word of the Year” for 2005 and “officially” defined the term as “a digital recording of a radio broadcast or similar program, made available on the Internet for downloading to a personal audio player.”
But according to a recent consumer survey conducted by Bridge Data, the relevance of portability to podcast usage has been vastly overstated. In fact, more 80% of podcast downloads never make it to a portable player or another device – they are consumed on the PC.
Podcasts Are Downloads. Who Cares Where They’re Consumed?
March 24, 2006 By