(Seattle, WAUSA July 4, 2005)
Laptops, PDAs, cell phones, and long lines at computer
tables were the order of the day this past week in
Philadelphia, the scene for the 26th annual meeting of
the National Educational Computing Conference (NECC)
sponsored by the International Society for
Technology in Education (ISTE). It was here that over
17,000 teachers, administrators, and technical support
directors from around the world learned, many of them for
the first time, about podcasting and it was here that
Industrial Audio Software introduced version 1.2 of its
popular ePodcast Producer. In addition to having the
opportunity to try out ePodcast Producer, enthusiastic
educators were greeted with a podcasting marathon led
by Barnaby Wasson, Director of Technology programs at
ASU, a keynote address by prominent edublogger
David Warlick, and Apple’s latest announcement of
iTunes integration with podcasts.
Recently featured on CNET, ePodcast
Producer, the world’s first completely integrated
podcasting software system, used this gathering to
unveil its latest version of the popular program which
has been hailed as "a noteworthy example…of a new class
of software" by The New York Times.
This version incorporates a convenient teleprompter
designed to be used for classroom lectures or student
generated scripts and Voice FX, which was included with
an eye toward dramatic activities such as reader's
"The product sounds GREAT," said Lee
Hale, of Choctawhatchee Senior High School in Fort Walton
Beach, Florida. "I would love to work it into student
activities as well as my web design curriculum."
Industrial Audio Software is proud of its association
with teachers and the work it is doing to develop
podcasting systems for the classroom, the school,
and school districts.
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.