Thanks to broadband and quick download abilities that fat pipes, more than six million people are downloading podcasts, and listening to the mp3 files on their Treos, iPods, Pocket PCs and other digital music players. I am frankly taken aback by this report from Pew’s Internet, which says that nearly 29% of Americans who own a Mp3 playback device. TechDirt thinks that phones will be the catalyst for more people turning to podcast. I find one more person who seems to be a tad skeptical. Come on the error rate of the survey is 7.5% especially given that they only polled 208 people.
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