ePodcast Creator Named Best of Show at Portable Media Expo
(Seattle WA-November 17, 2005) Industrial Audio Software's ePodcast Creator has been
recognized as this year's "Best All-Inclusive Podcasting Software" at the first exposition
devoted entirely to podcasting, Portable Media Expo, held in Ontario, California, this past
weekend. Since the introduction of the ePodcast Series, IAS has been actively involved with
creating podcasting software that allows users to spend their time working on the content of
their message, not the engineering behind its delivery.
"This is very gratifying for us," says Tom Jeffries, CEO of Industrial Audio Software. "We
set out a year ago to produce the most complete solution for podcasters, one that would allow
them to record, edit, and upload podcasts easily and without switching from program to program,
and this honor has given all thirty of us big smiles. We put the full weight of our twenty-one
years of audio software experience behind the ePodcast Series and are very pleased with the
In addition to the many independent podcasters present, as well as representatives
from hosting sites and hardware manufacturers, IAS reached out to southern California
educators by offering them free passes to the event. Teachers who viewed demonstrations
were particularly impressed by ePodcast Creator's directness and simplicity of use. "We
told them that in less time than it took them to grade a stack of spelling tests, we
could show them everything they needed to know to make a podcast," says sales director.
The wide cross-section of people and interests represented at PME shows that podcasting is
now fully integrated in the mainstream of communications technology. Like print, radio,
and television, podcasting is an effective way to reach around the globe; yet, podcasting
is inexpensive, relatively unrestricted by regulations, and, as ePodcast Creator has clearly
shown, easy for anyone anywhere to begin using.
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.