Sometimes businesses don't have to rack their brains about whether podcasting is a viable technology or how to use it. Sometimes the customer just asks for it.
Such is the case with a growing group of financial investors. Investors.com has an article about clients like Alan Mitchell wants corporations to make their Q&A sessions after investor meetings into podcasts so he can go over key points and listen to them on his own time.
"In my case, I listen to them here at home around 10 at night after I've done all my chores for the day," Mitchell said. "While my wife is watching her programs on the television, I can be off in the corner trying to help us earn some money."
I'm sure these sessions are recorded as matter of course, so putting them into podcast form shouldn't pose too much of a challenge. Great idea.
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