Casting a wide ’net for tech-savvy consumers with Podcasts
Podcasting, a technology that debuted in fall 2004, is being leveraged by the medical community to connect with a broader audience by catering to the increasing demand for mobile, customized information. It should be no surprise that the technology has made its way into medicine, given that preachers, politicians, and even National Aeronautics & Space Administration astronauts at the International Space Station have created Podcasts.
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