Here are the latest posts about Podcasts on Writers Write:
Yahoo Shuttering Podcast Resource (2007-09-27): Read/Write Web reports that Yahoo is shuttering its podcast resource located at podcasts.
Print Magazine for Bloggers and Podcasters Launches (2007-04-24): There is a new print magazine called Blogger & Podcaster Magazine.
Educational and Offbeat Podcasts Popular (2007-03-25): USA Today has an article about how people are using podcasts to learn more about some very specific topics like "Lectures on Byzantine emperors" and "Five-minute drills on grammar.
Study Finds Podcast Use Slowly Rising (2006-11-22): The AP reports that podcast use is rising.
PodShow Raises Another $15 Million (2006-09-30): PodShow, Inc.
MechMuse Launches Free Audio Magazine (2006-09-28): MechMuse Ltd.
Starbucks Launches a Podcast (2006-09-08): Starbucks has launched a podcast called Coffee Conversations.
Harry Potter and the Podcaster's Stone (2006-09-04): 17-year-old Andrew Sims has become a podcasting star with his weekly Harry Potter podcast called MuggleCast that reaches 45,000 weekly listeners.
Nielsen Netratings Says 9.2 Million Have Downloaded a Podcast (2006-07-12): Podcasting News reports on a new study from Nielsen//NetRatings that shows over 9 million people have recently downloaded an audio pocast.
Robert Scoble Leaves Microsoft for PodTech.net (2006-06-11): Robert Scoble is leaving Microsoft to work at a start-up company called PodTech.
Audio Version of Colbert's Speech Tops iTunes (2006-05-22): The New York Times reports that an audio version of Stephen Colbert's WHCA speech has topped the charts on iTunes.
Waxxi Offers Interactive Podcasting (2006-05-07): Waxxi is a new company founded by Tracy Sheridan that will soon be offering interactive podcasts.
Forrester: Podcast Usage Just 1% But Growth Expected (2006-04-06): Charlene Li at Forrester Research blogs about their new report that shows only 1% of North American online households regularly listen to podcasts.
Podcast by Phone With Gcast (2006-03-09): Gcast is a new free podcasting service from the people that created the popular GarageBand.
Pastors at Evangelical Churches Jump on Blogs and Podcasts (2006-02-25): The Boston Herald reports that pastors at many evangelical churches are using podcasts and blogs to reach out to the younger demographic.
MediaShift on Podcast Directories (2006-02-17): Mark Glaser at MediaShift has an entry that describes some of the more useful podcast directories including iTunes, Podcast Alley, Yahoo Podcasts, Odeo and Podcast.
Wired Looks at the Podfading Trend (2006-02-08): A Wired article suggests that podfading is becoming more common as more podcasters either lose interest or quit over concern they don't have enough time to produce a quality podcast.
Some Corporations Jump on Podcasting (2005-12-12): The Baltimore Sun has an article about how several corporation are taking the early plunge in podcasting.
Podcast is the Word of the Year (2005-12-08): Editor and Publisher reports the New Oxford American Dictionary has declared that the term "podcast" is the Word of the Year.
Women in Podcasting List (2005-11-26): Amy Gahran, the editor of Contentious.