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Locked-out CBC employees creating Internet broadcasts to stay on the air
Sunday, August 28 2005 @ 01:41 pm CST
Contributed by: Linegod
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General News From Macleans:

Locked-out CBC Radio staff have started producing Internet-based audio broadcasts to fill the void left by the labour dispute at Canada's public broadcaster.

And union members say the growing collection of recorded programs - digital audio files known as podcasts - represent a small taste of what CBC listeners can expect if the lockout of the Crown corporation's 5,500 employees drags on.

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Locked-out CBC employees creating Internet broadcasts to stay on the air
Authored by: Linegod on Sunday, August 28 2005 @ 02:01 pm CST
Have I said before how much I hate the term 'podcast'? No?
Well I do.
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Locked-out CBC employees creating Internet broadcasts to stay on the air
Authored by: GRXo8 on Thursday, May 18 2006 @ 10:25 am CST
test comment test GRXo8
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