*You'll need a suitable program to use the XML file I linked; something like iTunes or whatever. If you don't want to install anything, try going to the Inside Utah site and you will find links for RealAudio streams. If you don't have RealAudio and don't want to install it either then you're shit out of luck my friend.
Update (4:27 pm):
I wrote to Jennifer Napier-Pearce to commend her on her podcast (I listened to all of the ones available and encourage you, kind reader, to do the same). JN-P has a knack for the interview and handles them quite deftly, I think. In any case, Ms. Napier- Pearce wrote to me and let me informed me of her current work:
i left KCPW last march. in fact, i'm starting to do some guest anchoring for KUER. it's not important other than to say i want to make clear my podcast is NOT a traditional broadcast product for either station. it's a creative interviewing outlet for me, which i enjoy doing and am glad others like, too.
She also called Signifying nothing "eclectic." I responded that one could call it that, but I think it is sometimes just a nightmare on the computer screen.
Jennifer Napier-Pearce was terrible at KCPW - never got any ratings, and I don't know why that will change now that she's with KUER.ReplyDelete
And, her podcasts are really nothing special either.ReplyDelete
Who the heck wants news that's a week old from someone who doesn't further the story?
Thanks for reminding me anonymous to turn anonymous comments off.ReplyDelete
"Inside Utah" fills a niche. From an interviewee's perspective, JNP's interviews are both professional and pleasant.ReplyDelete
We listen to her podcast every week.