ePodcast Series Integrates iTunes Tags for Podcasting
(Seattle, WA -September 24, 2005) Industrial Audio Software today announced
the ability to create iTunes tags from within the latest versions of its popular
ePodcast Series. ePodcast Producer and ePodcast Creator, the first completely
integrated podcasting systems, now allow users the easiest way yet to offer their
podcast to Apple's popular new iTunes Podcast Directory.
Since its introduction in March, ePodcast Producer has grown to include such things as
built-in sound effects, a comprehensive tutorial accessible from within the program,
and an onscreen teleprompter. Now, with the inclusion of iTunes specific tags with
ePodcast's built-in RSS feed creation tool, users of both ePodcast Producer and ePodcast
Creator can easily add iTunes specific tags to their podcast. By doing so, the ePodcast
Series continues to meet the changing needs of podcasters.
Listing in Apple's iTunes Podcasting Directory allows podcasters to expand their reach and
find the broadest possible audience for distributing their audio content across the web.
Audiences will be able to subscribe and download their show directly from iTunes. With
the latest ePodcast Series, Industrial Audio Software has taken ease of use to another
level by making the addition of iTunes propriety tags as simple as filling out a basic form.
The reputation of the ePodcast Series is built on the goal of "Giving the World a Voice."
This objective is leading critics such as The New York Times to call the ePodcast
Series "a noteworthy example of a new class of software." Now, with the capacity to create
iTunes tags, Industrial Audio Software adds one more way that their customers podcasts will
be heard anywhere, any time, by anyone with a computer.
About Industrial Audio Software:
Industrial Audio Software is a subsidiary of Singing Electrons, Inc. (http://www.singingelectrons.com). Since 1984 Singing Electrons, Inc. has been a world leader in developing device drivers, applications, and firmware for AT&T, Disney, Dolby Labs, Lucasfilm, Motorola, NASA, Philips, QSound Labs, Samsung, Yahoo!, and a host of other companies.