audioblog

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audioblog

A blog that includes audio clips in MP3, AAC or other audio format with brief text descriptions of their content. If the audioblog is made available in a syndication format such as RSS, it is a podcast.

MP3 Blogs
Audioblogs typically contain conversation, but music audioblogs are more often called "MP3 blogs" and contain promotion tracks from major music labels as well as copyrighted and non-copyrighted works from private collections. MP3 blogs may also include dialogue and gossip about the music and musicians. See blog, podcast and vlog.
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Recording her thoughts though an audio blog, mother of one Elaine said: "We are doing between 50 and 55 nautical miles every 24 hours now.
Some days, I am office based - editing video or an audio blog.
They see the blog, they get to hear me because it's an audio blog as well as a written blog, and they start to already understand (that) this group of people really know what they're talking about.
Episode lengths may be short and if you consider this format like an audio blog post, creating content is quick and easy.
Whitaker and Dolan talked about the alliance and PMA partnership in a recent post to Whitaker's audio blog, "Ask Dr.
As they travelled through each country, the team documented the trip on their website via an innovative audio blog that lets them phone and 'phlog' direct to the site.
The sad news came from an article in "The Audiophiliac," a high-end cyberspace audio blog.
The "Faceless" podcast, revealing intimate details of the mystery speaker's life, is not only a regular feature in the overall top 10 podcasts in the UK, but is also one of the most popular in the audio blog category in America.
org and popularized in 2004, podcasting has been quick to catch on as a kind of audio blog, or personalized Web log that could be accessed time and again.
And the San Francisco radio station KYCY-AM, owned by Infinity Broadcasting, announced in April that starting May 16 it was moving to a format that would exclusively feature "postcasts"--essentially audio blog posts--from their listeners.