AntiqueWeek Newspaper and antiqueweek.com Introduce Podcast, Trade Talk with AntiqueWeek In its continuing efforts to provide services that collectors, dealers and enthusiasts can use, antiqueweek.com has added weekly podcasts to inform readers of upcoming stories in AntiqueWeek.
News-Antique.com - Nov 30,-0001 - KNIGHTSTOWN, Ind. August 18, 2006 — Trade Talk with AntiqueWeek is a podcast uploaded to antiqueweek.com, AntiqueWeek's website, each Friday. The online encyclopedia, Wikipedia, defines podcasting as "the method of distributing multimedia files, such as audio or video programs, over the Internet for playback on mobile devices and personal computers." AntiqueWeek has launched this bonus material to inform readers and web-surfers of antique news tidbits before AntiqueWeek hits newsstands.
In early sessions, Associate Publisher Tony Gregory and Managing Editor Connie Swaim discussed what's coming up in AntiqueWeek.
This week, Ernie Jarrell, general manager of Heart of Ohio Antique Center in Springfield, Ohio, will be the special guest on the next edition of Trade Talk with AntiqueWeek. Jarrell will be the first guest featured on Trade Talk with AntiqueWeek. The podcast is updated and uploaded to antiqueweek.com each Friday and the edition featuring Jarrell will upload on Sept. 1 and it will remain on the site through Sept. 8.
To listen, go to www.antiqueweek.com, the program can be found under the Images Gallery. Trade Talk with AntiqueWeek is also uploaded to iTunes and can be found there. Any computer with a music player will be able to play the .mp3 file, which can be downloaded from the website, or users with Windows Media Player can listen to the streaming audio version. This service is available to subscribers and non-subscribers alike. Non-subscribers to AntiqueWeek can sign up for 4 weeks free of online access and home-delivery of the newspaper at www.antiqueweek.com as well.
Always striving to remain the source for antique news, AntiqueWeek will continue to add new elements to the website.
For additional information on the new AntiqueWeek website, contact Emily Myers or visit www.antiqueweek.com. The main content of the website is updated weekly to release news in the same timely manner as the printed newspaper.
About AntiqueWeek Newspaper:
AntiqueWeek Newspaper, is owned by dmg World Media. This weekly publication is published in Knightstown, Indiana every Monday.