First Educatinal Podcast from Chile.````Dear friends:````As and old time dxer or short wave listener, that I have changed the SWL hobby Of International Radios on Short wave, (Dxing) by the Internet, I have the pleasure to let you know that as May 17, 2005, International Day of Communication, you can download and listen the First Podcasting Produced and poscasted from San Fernando Chile, to all Internet surfers of the world.````If you have time and are interested in listening this first program from San Fernando, you can visit my website, where you can download the MP3 file for a later listening on your PC or MP3 player. ````This is my site: http://www.chilepodcast.cl ````I remain for your questions, comments and suggestions about my first program.````At the same time, I?ll be very thankful if you could send this mail to your Contacts, and distribute this news on your web site, in order to promote this new technology of communication.````Programme contents:````Both my wife and I are Christian Teachers and we would like to podcast poetry, Chilean music, the history of Dxing in Chile, Bible reading and greetings from listener.````My podcast are in Special Spanish because I want reach all the people on the internet that are interested in learning my mother tongue Spanish.````Also we would like to be in touch through this technology with fellow Spanish Teachers as a Second Language and their students of Spanish language.````Sincerely, and God Bless you firstname.lastname@example.org`` ``Carlos Toledo Verdugo``Primary School Teacher``Profesor de EducaciÃ³Â®Â â€¡eneral BÃ¡Â³Â©ca``San Fernando - Sexta Region - Chile``
By Carlos Toledo
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Description: The mp3ater Project is an experiment in audio theater, including remakes of old-time radio shows and new adaptations written especially for the podcasting medium. Genres include comedy, drama, mystery, and thriller. The project began in the spring of 2005 at Duke University, where the students of Professor Daniel H. Fosterâ€™s theater course, "Radio: The Theater of the Mind," produced several audio theater pieces. These pieces comprise the first efforts of an ongoing experiment in digital theater. Tune in this summer as every other Wednesday we will be releasing a new podcast.
By Daniel H. Foster