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Now, this is really, really cool. Yodio looks like a great way to get your podcast going and to make it look great and make it accessible at the same time.

Audio podcasters haven’t had many choices for their file hosting in the past. Many services are either just file storage or very limited.

Yodio offers a pretty good solution for you Podcasters out there.

Simply upload an MP3, add a cover photo and embed the whole thing and post it into your web site or blog.

Visit www.yodio.com

Read the following press release for more information.

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Clay Loges
206/423-6553 or
Kimberly Hankins
kimberlyhankins@yodio.com

Go Ahead – Judge a Podcast by its Cover
Yodio Gives Online Users the Ability to Visually Personalize Podcasts

SEATTLE, May 5, 2008 – Yodio introduces podcasters the unique ability to
visually wrap podcasts. Much like an album cover, users can create cover
photos, producing a complete and total podcasting experience, resulting in
podcasts with the ultimate finishing touch. Using any image, photo or
piece of art, users can upload an MP3 recording and attach a full size (up
to a 10 MB) digital photo.

A survey by Storm/Universal McCann reports that 32 percent of respondents
increased their podcast use in the past six months.” Invisible podcasts
are ignored podcasts. Yodio allows online users to elevate podcasts to a
visually rich, personalized online medium. This new visual element
heightens the purpose of any blog or online community-to clearly convey
information to fellow online users.

This free service exclusively from Yodio allows users to embed a Yodio
player into any blog – but unlike other current methods, Yodio offers a
complete and visual package to fully encase the audio podcast. For
podcasters who want to go beyond the cover photo, Yodio can be used to
create illustrated podcasts using multiple JPEG photos or graphics to
attach a graphic to individual audio sections.

“Every picture needs a story; a photo plus audio creates a compelling
story,” comments former Corbis CEO and current ZoomAlbum CEO Doug Rowan.
“Photographs by themselves don’t really tell the stories. You need people
to tell the stories. Yodio is delivering on this need.”

To embed a Yodio player or learn more about Yodio, visit www.yodio.com.

Author: Andy