Podcasting in the Honolulu Star-Bulletin

Podcasting: Individual audio programming becomes the latest internet craze, putting broadcasting ability in the hands of the many
Jason Genegabus, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Monday, March 7, 2005:

Maui resident Sunny Hills is one of the few islanders to have already made the jump into podcasting. Other notable local podcasts include Geeknewscentral.com‘s Todd Cochrane, Machelpmaui.com‘s Scott Waters and the Kailua boyfriend/girlfriend duo of Roxanne Darling and Shane Robinson. Online community advocate and Mililani resident Ryan Ozawa started podcasting from the Web site HawaiiUP.com last week.

Jason even quoted a line out of my first podcast. Nifty! Wish he’d talked to or quoted Todd — who I got to meet yesterday — though. With over 40 shows under his belt, he strikes me as the first local veteran of the medium.

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3 Responses to Podcasting in the Honolulu Star-Bulletin

  1. Lee says:

    Congrats, Ryan. Hey, what does HawaiiUP mean?

  2. Dave says:

    It doesn’t mean anything. Hawaiiup was a leftover domain name that he had.

  3. ArLena says:

    This was a great article! It was sooooooo full of information. I checked out Sunny Hills’ http://www.SunnyThoughts.com and Geeknewscentral.com.
    Jason did everyone a huge favor by writing this article. It is basically a tutorial , once you check out all the resources.

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