More NewsCNET Ups its Podcast Count

CNET Ups its Podcast Count

CNET has a number of regular podcasts on its new CNET Podcast Central site

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CNET has a number of regular podcasts on its new CNET Podcast Central site. The whole course of shows is sponsored by Earthlink, with units running on the contents page, and minimal plugs in the audio segments.

Today the publisher said it added four new shows. Those include Gadget Girls, a discussion on tech’s influence on pop-culture and gadget reviews; Studio C, an MTV Unplugged, of sorts, with interviews and performances; MP3 Insider talks of digital music, video, hardware and software news; and The Real Deal boils tech talk into palatable bits of information.

The four new shows join existing regulars like Buzz Out Loud, Turn Up the Volume on News.com and Security Bites.

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