Podcast Pickle

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Podcast Pickle, launched in March 2005 by Gary Leland, was both a podcast/vidcast directory and community. Time magazine listed it as one of its 50 "coolest" sites in August, 2006.[1] More than 12,000 podcasts and vidcasts appeared on the site as of March 2007. Podcast Pickle provided podcast family-tree listings, podcast players that work on external sites, blogs, profiles, and community forums. The site was shut down in 2015.

Mentions in Media[edit]

Podcast Pickle has been written about in the following books: Podcasting For Dummies[2] and The Business Podcasting Bible.[3] Gary Leland has also been quoted in the books Tricks of The Podcast Masters[4] and Promoting Your Podcast.[5]

Awards[edit]

  • Podcast Pickle was a finalist for the 2006 Webby Awards.
  • Podcast Pickle was a finalist for The Podcast Awards at the 2006 Podcast Expo.
  • Time magazine listed it as one of its 50 "coolest" sites in August, 2006.
  • Podcast Pickle was a winner of a 2007 Podcast Peer Award: Best Podcast Directory.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Buechner, Maryanne M., "50 Coolest Websites 2006," Time.com, July 26, 2006
  2. ^ Morris, T. and Terra, E., Podcasting for Dummies, For Dummies, 2005, p. 29
  3. ^ Mandossian, A. and Colligan, P., The Business Podcasting Bible, Morgan James, 2006, p. 223
  4. ^ Walch, R. and Lafferty, M., Tricks of The Podcast Masters, Que, 2006, p. 244
  5. ^ Van Orden, J., Promoting Your Podcast, Larstan, 2006, pp. 41, 128, 181