New York, NY 3/29/2007 1:23 PM GMT
RawVoice has acquired the TechPodcasts Network, company officials announced today. The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
The TechPodcasts Network was founded in January 2005 and quickly became a popular niche community for technical-oriented podcasts. The Network features Slashdot Review, the Mike Tech Show, and other podcasts covering topics from programming in Linux to LCD monitor repair. The Tech Podcast Round Table, the Network’s showcase podcast, reaches over 30,000 viewers a month.
“This acquisition enhances what was already a strong connection,” said Jeevan Padiyar, CFO of RawVoice. “With the added features of RawVoice Generator, we’ll be able to do even more for the podcasters in the Network, and their listeners.”
The TechPodcast Network site is at www.techpodcasts.com.
The new site will launch today, with a new look and new features like social networking, show comments, and MyCast custom rss playlists. These functions are powered by the RawVoice Generator engine which also operates the PodcasterNews Network, PodcastPromos, and the Blubrry community.
All are RawVoice properties.
About RawVoice, Inc.
Since its founding in 2005, RawVoice has been turning the media eco-system upside down by listening from the roots. With its products, RawVoice helps independent content producers and enterprise networks to distribute, promote and monetize their shows. The Blubrry community is the flagship product of RawVoice and is powered by their proprietary RawVoice Generator platform.