Science and Technology Audio Podcasts


PhysOrg.com - Text-to-Speech Audio Podcasts



Podcast
Since January 2009, PhysOrg.com has made its most enticing stories, we call Spotlight articles, available as text-to-speech (T2S) podcasts. All podcasts are available as Flash or MP3 downloads for the audio player of your choice. We expect around 30 - 35 new articles to be converted to audio every day. The conversion process is powered by AudioDizer and utilizes cutting-edge text-to-speech technologies to bring the best PhysOrg.com content directly into your earphones. You can listen to the audio podcasts online, download them into your iPod or MP3 player or subscribe to the podcasts via iTunes or Zune.


How it works

To listen to an article in your browser (Flash): Select "Listen - Flash." If you have the flash player installed, the audio file will load and play directly using your browser.

To listen to an article in MP3 format: Select "Listen - MP3" The MP3 file will play using your browser's default helper application. You can right click (CTRL-click on a Macintosh) to save the MP3 file to your computer if you prefer.

To subscribe to a podcast: Select an Audio Podcast from the list below, or visit our RSS page. Once podcasting software is downloaded and installed, simply click on the appropriate icon to subscribe to any Physorg podcast feed. The podcasting software will automatically check for updates and download the files to your computer. Then you can load them onto your MP3 player.

About AudioDizer

AudioDizer
AudioDizer is a MIT student founded company. Their cutting edge text-to-speech technology increases the amount of content available for mobile devices.

Text-to-speech technology has been around for years. AudioDizer takes the podcast experience to the next level by using multiple voices, different accents, and music to enhance the listening experience. To find out more, please visit www.audiodizer.com.

Audio sponsorship opportunities

PhysOrg.com offers audio podcasts sponsorship opportunities. Advertisers receive a 15-second bumper at the beginning of audio files. For rates and details, please contact us. You can also read more about audio advertising on Audiodizer website.

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