[09/27/05 - 12:00 AM] CbsnewS.com Increases Free Podcasts on the Site
[via press release from CBS]
CBSNEWS.COM INCREASES FREE PODCASTS ON THE SITE
CBSNews.com will offer three new free podcasts from CBS Radio News: "Inside Business," a report from Fortune magazine's Geoff Colvin "Frommer's Travel," information from Arthur Frommer, and "Soundbytes," the latest web-surfing and technology tips.
Reports from 60 MINUTES, the award-winning primetime magazine, as well as FACE THE NATION, CBS News' Sunday morning public affairs program, will continue to be available as a free podcast on the CBSNews.com website. The site also offers the following free podcasts from CBS Radio News: "Weekend Round Up," an in-depth look at the week's headlines; "Harry Smith Reporting," commentary from the EARLY SHOW co-anchor; "What's in the News," a report on the big story of the day; "Entertainment Report," the latest on celebrities and the entertainment industry; "Wired Magazine," the latest in technology news, and "Larry Magid's Tech Report," technology news from the CBS Radio News guru.
CBSNews.com is the network's 24-hour broadband, on-demand news service, which draws on the worldwide, award-winning resources of CBS News. The network's correspondents file, update and expand their stories 24 hours a day, continuously enriching the editorial content of the site by providing more insight and context to the latest breaking news stories. CBSNews.com has been an industry-leading provider of advertiser-supported free broadband video on demand. CBSNews.com, CBS.com and CBS SportsLine.com are all part of the CBS Digital Media division.
Larry Kramer is President, CBS Digital Media; Betsy Morgan is Senior Vice President, CBS Digital Media and General Manager, CBSNews.com; and Mike Sims is Director, News and Operations, CBSNews.com.
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