Podcasting Gets Blogging Bigwig

From the Wall Street Journal: Robert Scoble, a Microsoft Corp. employee who became one of the best-known corporate bloggers, is leaving the software giant to take a job at a podcasting start-up.

According to a story in the Wall Street Journal entitled “Noted Microsoft Blogger Scoble To Join a Podcasting Start-Up:”

“Robert Scoble, a Microsoft Corp. employee who became one of the best-known corporate bloggers, is leaving the software giant to take a job at a podcasting start-up.

Mr. Scoble will become a vice president for media development at PodTech.Network Inc., a Menlo Park, Calif., company that produces and distributes podcasts—audio programs available on the Web that can be downloaded to computers or personal music players, such as iPods. Many podcasts are now evolving to include video, and Mr. Scoble, 41 years old, said he will be working on new video shows at PodTech as well as other offerings.”

 

Posted by Brian Massey on Monday, June 12, 2006