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Make your own radio

Monday, January 29, 2007

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Podcasting is not a new phenomenon. It has been in vogue for quite some time, and the exciting thing about Podcasting is that it not only lets you create your own radio station, but also it gives your listeners the ability to listen to it at will, and not just listen live.

The phenomenon looks to become more trendy now as MyPodCast.com, one of the pioneers here has come up with a free hosting for podcasters offering free bandwidth. Not only that; in order to get more users, the website offers rewards for more and more bandwidth your free podcast uses. That is, you are paid for every download that your podcast receives.


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