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What's in Your iTunes?

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

June 22, 2007

Comments (4)

iTunesIf you ask Apple, iTunes is defined as the entertainment center of your world.

To bring Podcasting Week 2007 to a close, we'd like to ask one question of you...

What's in your iTunes?

Ah, the question of the day: What's in your iTunes?

iTunes is amazing, isn't it? You can search through literally thousands of different podcasts and find shows that are easily subscribed to and fun to consume.

Now that iTunes is both Apple and PC compatible, we can all enjoy access to the iTunes Podcast Directory, a virtual hub of podcasts from around the world that is compiled by category as well as popularity.

One of the beauties of the Apple iTunes Podcast Directory, as we learned earlier this week, is that iTunes is also an aggregator of content. It updates your favorite podcasts whenever the host of the program releases a new episode. iTunes is a one-stop-shop for browsing, listening, and subscribing to podcasts, many of which are absolutely free to subscribe to.

Check out this pic of the iTunes application below:

iTunes

The iTunes software (regarding both the storage of your music collection and podcast episodes) is also free, so really, it's a win-win for everyone.

Now, to share a few podcasts that are in my iTunes:

1. Grammar Girl
2. TWiT (This Week in Tech)
3. Everything Acting Podcast

What's in your iTunes?

Leave a comment with the name of the show and host.

Cheers,

Stephanie

Related Topics: Apple


Comments


    Hi Stephanie. Yes, I love iTunes as well! I am able to get my podcasts, my music, and even some TV and movies...all in one spot. Nice!

    My most listened to podcasts in my iTunes are:

    * Typical Mac User Podcast - by Victor Cajiao

    * A New Beginning - Pastor Greg Laurie

    * VOX Talk - Stephanie Ciccarelli

    * The LOST Podcast with Jay and Jack - Jay and Jack.


    I am looking forward to see what other podcasts voice-over talent are listening to.

    Wayne

    Posted by:

      I have two favorites (besides VoxTalk and VOExperts, of course!)

      The Ongoing History of New Music with Alan Cross - this is one I can enjoy with my boyfriend.

      The Best of Definitely Not the Opera - The best of the best CBC Radio show, in my opinion!

      Posted by:

        Well, Everything Acting Podcast and VOX Talk, of course! But also Filmspotting, This American Life, Savage Love, Real Time with Bill Maher and a whole slew of news and politics podcasts. I barely have time to listen to music anymore, with all of the podcasts I subscribe to. Keeps me entertained as I buzz around the city going to my auditions and bookings.

        Posted by:
        • Darbi
        • June 23, 2007 5:43 PM

          The ONLY podcasts I listen to are VoxTalk and (now) Voiceover Experts. Well, I guess the one exception to that is PodRunner. It's a mix of upbeat music I listen to while I'm jogging.

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