First Podcasting Church

January 18, 2005 by

Podcasting is yet another word to add to your techno vocabulary. It’s essentially broadcasting audio over the Internet in a format people can listen to at their leisure. Just like TiVo allows people to record their favorite shows and watch them later, podcasting delivers new shows to your iPod so you can listen when you feel like it (or check Wikipedia for a better explanation).

At the forefront of this latest techno-wonder: Bluer, a Minneapolis church. The Pioneer Press covers the spreading technology, giving a few lines to Bluer and a quote to their resident techie, Nick Ciske (who in hindsight wishes he’d said something different).

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Kevin D. Hendricks

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