Continuing the theme from my previous post about why podcasts represent free and cheap content for commercial radio entities, now news that satellite radio company, Sirius Satellite Radio will broadcast podcasts and will be hosted by former MTV veejay Adam Curry on its channel 148, a Talk Radio channel that has commercials. The show will begin broadcasting weekdays on May 13. The revolution has been commercialized. Even Russell, who normally sees these things clearly misses the point. Oh well, maybe living down in the Valley has turned his world rose tinted. As an aside, does a commercial entity have the right to sell commercials against content created by podcasters? How will they be compensated for their efforts.
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