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Podcasting

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Nguồn: Đỗ Mạnh Hà
Người gửi: Đỗ Mạnh Hà (trang riêng)
Ngày gửi: 10h:42' 27-11-2009
Dung lượng: 4.3 MB
Số lượt tải: 11
Mô tả:

Podcasting

Voice 1
Thank you for listening to Spotlight, I’m Rebekah Schipper.
Voice 2
And I’m Sara DeKoster. Spotlight uses a special English method of broadcasting. It is easier for people to understand, no matter where in the world they live.
Voice 1
Television, film, radio, the internet, gaming, mp3s, email, mobile telephones... media technology is everywhere!
Voice 2
The media has become a huge force in this world. Media includes any form of mass communication. Older forms include magazines and newspapers. Newer forms include television and film. It seems like people are influenced by the media almost everywhere they go. Sure, some places in the world are more affected by media than others. And the media operates differently in different countries. But one thing about the media is true. The media is always changing.
Voice 1
In most countries, governments or large companies control the media. Some people believe that this is not good. Sometimes governments do not want the media to tell the truth about their country. They want to control what people see and hear.
Voice 2
And, large companies are influenced by money. It costs a lot of money to produce media for television and film. Most people do not have enough money to create and share media like this. This allows large companies with lots of money to control what people see and hear.
Voice 1
But, in the past few years, the media has started to change. More and more, people just like you and me are creating their own media. This is an important change in the way media operates.
Voice 2
So how are people doing this? How are people sharing this media? Well, they are using a very important piece of technology - the internet!
Voice 1
Most newspapers and television stations are still controlled by governments or large companies. But the internet is not controlled by anyone! That means that anyone can create media and put it on the internet!
Voice 2
So, what are some of the ways that people like you and me are producing media and sharing it with other people?
Voice 1
Well, you may have heard a Spotlight program about blogs. Blogs are like journals on the internet. People can write their thoughts and feelings on their own website. Anyone can read these blogs. People can learn about life in other countries. They can learn more about politics, social issues...anything! Blogs have become very popular in the past few years.
Voice 2
But now, there is a new technology. It also lets people share their thoughts and feelings on the internet. It is called podcasting. A podcast is kind of like a blog. But a podcast is not written or typed like a blog. Instead of reading people’s thoughts and feelings, you can listen to them!
Voice 1
Yes, with a podcast, anyone can have their own radio program on the internet! But a podcast works a little differently than a radio broadcast. The word podcast comes from two words, iPod and broadcast. iPods are the most popular form of mp3 music player.
Voice 2
You do not ‘tune in’ to a podcast like you would ‘tune in’ to a radio broadcast. Instead, you subscribe to it. That means that you choose which podcasts you like. Then you have those podcasts sent directly to you. Your computer or mp3 player downloads the podcast for you. You can listen to a podcast whenever and wherever you want!
Voice 1
Just like blogs, people make podcasts about almost everything! Some people share music over a podcast. Some people talk about politics or social issues. Some people just talk about their daily lives.
Voice 2
So what is so special about this new technology? How is it changing the media?
Voice 1
Well, podcasting gives people a voice. It lets people share their skills with the world. It lets people tell their story. It lets people share their thoughts and opinions. Most people will never be on television or the radio. But anyone with a computer and a microphone can make a podcast!
Voice 2
People are very excited about this new podcasting technology. They hope that it helps people learn more about the world.
Voice 1
For example, there is a very popular podcaster from the Netherlands. He is a Catholic Priest. He started his podcast around the time that Pope John Paul II was sick. He went to Rome to show his respect for the Pope. He started podcasting from Rome. He wanted to tell people what was happening there. After the Pope died, this podcaster went back home to the Netherlands. And he continued podcasting! Now, he talks about many different subjects in his podcast. He talks about current news issues. Sometimes he talks about Catholic beliefs. But he does not preach. He does not ask people to follow his religion. He just tells people what he thinks and feels about different things.
Voice 2
And many people around the world listen to his podcast! Most of these people are not Catholic. They are people from all different religions. They listen because the Catholic Priest’s podcast is interesting. But they are also learning new things! They are learning more about a different person’s culture and experience.
Voice 1
People hope that podcasting grows and becomes more popular. They hope that more and more people become involved in the media around the world. We hope so too! It is always wonderful when people can share their skills and opinions and feelings with the world.
Voice 2
Not everyone has the equipment to make a podcast. But there are many ways that you can be involved in the media. Look for local newspapers or television stations that are not controlled by the government or large companies. Write them letters or emails. Tell them what you want to see and hear.
Voice 1
Another way that you can be involved in the media is to send Spotlight your comments and questions. We include many of these in the Listener Mail programs. We also like to receive ideas for new programs! If you send an idea, we may make a program about it. You can email us at radio @ english . net.
Voice 2
Spotlight hopes to start podcasting sometime soon. This will let people download Spotlight programs right to their computers as soon as we put them on the internet. We will tell you when this exciting change happens!
Voice 1
This program was written and produced by Sara DeKoster. The voices you heard were from the United States. Computer users can hear these programs, read our scripts, and see our wordlist on our website at www.radio.english.net. Watch for more information about podcasting on the website, too! This program is called 'Podcasting'. We hope you will join us again next time for Spotlight, good-bye!
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