Podcasting in Spain: A new business model or a reflection of traditional radio?
In recent years, the launch of new diffusion technologies has changed the transmission and reception paradigm of traditional media. The podcast has arisen as a new way of distributing on-demand radio material and other related audible content on the Internet. This article discusses the technology, consumption, copyright and new business models in relation to podcasting as a radio enterprise. The text specifically analyses Spanish public and private radio companies, in order to draw a picture of the relationship between podcasting and radio.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Publication date: June 2, 2012
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