Podcast Enters the Vernacular, Startups Get Funded

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Date: Tuesday, August 9th, 2005, 05:44
Category: Podcast

The word ‘Podcast’ was added to the Oxford Dictionary and is now officially part of English language. Definition:

“Podcast” (a digital recording of a radio broadcast or similar programme, made available on the Internet for downloading to a personal audio player) is now an official part of the English language, as the word has been included in the Oxford Dictionary.

In related news Adam Curry?s PodShow received $8.85 million in venture capital and Evan Williams? Odeo received an unspecified investment from Charles River Ventures, Amicus Ventures, and 14 individual investors.
My Odeo Channel (odeo/88733f8106acc271)
Episode 4 of the PowerPage Podcast will be available tomorrow via iTunes. Investors are more than welcome to get in touch :-)


The word ‘Podcast’ was added to the Oxford Dictionary and is now officially part of English language. Definition:

“Podcast” (a digital recording of a radio broadcast or similar programme, made available on the Internet for downloading to a personal audio player) is now an official part of the English language, as the word has been included in the Oxford Dictionary.

In related news Adam Curry?s PodShow received $8.85 million in venture capital and Evan Williams? Odeo received an unspecified investment from Charles River Ventures, Amicus Ventures, and 14 individual investors.
My Odeo Channel (odeo/88733f8106acc271)
Episode 4 of the PowerPage Podcast will be available tomorrow via iTunes. Investors are more than welcome to get in touch :-)

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