Michael Sullivan wrote:
> 
> i think audio 'talk show' type content can often become irrelevent after
> some time passes whereas video is *more likely* to maintain a higer value as
> time passes.
> how many people go back and listen to a podcast from a year ago?
> unless these independent shows include quality music, live performances
> etc.... or is not "entertainment" content, then people would generally have
> an interest in podcast archives.... but for those interested in a podshow
> network, its mostly about entertainment and usually in the form of radio
> talk shows. 

I know that it is fairly common for a new listener to the Dawn and Drew 
Show to go back through their archives and listen to plenty of old 
material, often the entire catalog.

Pete

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