The ThreeWill Podcast, aka Two Bald Brothers and a Microphone, is led by the co-founders & “follically-challenged” Ryan brothers.
It’s your place to learn more about modern digital workplaces as well as other scintillating topics like enterprise collaboration, SharePoint and Office 365, and the latest socks they’ve added to their wardrobe (along with tips from Tommy about his Tesla Model 3).
TuneIn Inc. is an American audio streaming service delivering live news, radio, sports, music, and podcasts to an audience of over 60 million monthly active users worldwide. The company is based in San Francisco, California. Founded by Bill Moore in 2002 as RadioTime in Dallas, Texas, TuneIn has more than 100,000 broadcast radio stations and four million on-demand programs and podcasts from around the world.
TuneIn is available on the web at TuneIn.com, for a suite of mobile apps: iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Samsung, Windows Phone, and on over 200 connected devices, including Sonos, Bose, Amazon Echo, and Google Home connected speakers. TuneIn service is also available in over 50 vehicle models, including the Tesla Model S. TuneIn raised over $47 million in venture funding from Institutional Venture Partners, Sequoia Capital, GV, General Catalyst Partners, and Icon Ventures.
Version 4.9 of iTunes, released on June 28, 2005, added built-in support for podcasts.
Users can subscribe to any podcast by entering its RSS feed URL, but also by browsing the podcast directory within the iTunes Store. The front page of this displays high-profile podcasts from commercial broadcasters and independent podcasters and allows searching by category or popularity. Once subscribed, the podcast can be set to download manually, or automatically — and as with other audio, content can be listened to directly or synced to a portable hardware device like an MP3 player.
The addition of podcasting functionality to such a widespread audio application like iTunes greatly helped podcasting enter the mainstream. Within days after 4.9 release, podcasters were reporting that the number of downloads of their audio files had tripled, sometimes even quadrupled, and iTunes is considered the dominant podcast client.
Version 6 introduced official support for video podcasting, although video and RSS support was already unofficially there in version 4.9.
Users can subscribe to RSS feeds through the iTunes Store or by directly entering the feed URL. Video podcasts can contain downloadable video files (in MOV, MP4, M4V, or MPG format), but also streaming sources and even IPTV.
Downloadable files can be synchronized to a video-capable iPod, or downloadable files and streams can be shown in Front Row.