Tech Minute: Radio podcasts help with music discovery Video
Tech Minute: Radio podcasts help with music discovery Video Transcript
Music podcasts -- you dive deeper to specific styles and -- there are so many good free ones you can stream or download to listen later. Here's some top podcast pixie you can find an iTunes as recommended by CNET editors. You may have heard of national public radio show all things considered. But their music specific podcast all songs considered brings that same public radio curiosity to music. Says vary in length and content ranges from live concerts interviews to -- new songs to consider. I radio stations around the country local DJs are uncovering hot artists all the time now you don't have to live in that city to hear -- -- From New York check out WNYC's. Music shows sound check and new sounds. DJs at Chicago's WB easier producing the sound opinions podcasts explore music themes. And the long running morning becomes a classic on KCRW Los Angeles as a perennial favorite. Happy downloading listening and discovering and -- I'm Kara tsuboi cnet.com for CBS news yeah.
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