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Podcast

Knowledge Identifier: $Podcast

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Podcast

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Category: Technology

Launched in 2003.

Countries: United States (60%), (27%), India (7%)

Main connections: Sarcastic Gamer, Raji James, PlayStation

Linked to: Apple Inc., Personal Audio LLC, MTV, United States Patent and Trademark Office

 

Timeline


 

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2003

That serialized dark comedy about zombies was broadcast from 31 October 2003 through 2004 add something


2004

The term "podcasting" was first mentioned by Ben Hammersley in "The Guardian" newspaper in a February 2004 article, along with other proposed names for the new medium add something

 

On September 26, 2004, it was reported that Apple had started to crack down on businesses using the string "POD", in product and company names add something


2005

February 10, 2005, Shae Spencer Management, LLC of Fairport, New York filed a trademark application to register the term "podcast" for an "online prerecorded radio program over the internet" add something

 

This method was first used for a series of podcasts hosted by the Regional Educational Technology Center at Fordham University in 2005 add something

 

In June 2005, Apple released iTunes 4,9 with native support for podcasts add something

 

On September 9, 2005, the United States Patent and Trademark Office rejected the application, citing Wikipedia's podcast entry as describing the history of the term add something

 

As of September 20, 2005, known trademarks that attempted to capitalize on podcast included: ePodcast, GodCast, GuidePod, MyPod, Pod-Casting, Podango, PodCabin, Podcast, Podcast Realty, Podcaster, PodcastPeople, Podgram PodKitchen, PodShop, and Podvertiser add something


2006

The company amended their application in March 2006, but the USPTO rejected the amended application as not sufficiently differentiated from the original add something

 

In November 2006, the application was marked as abandoned add something

 

On November 16, 2006, the Apple Trademark Department stated that Apple does not object to third party usage of "the generic term" "podcast" to refer to podcasting services, and that Apple does not license the term add something


2007

By 2007, through the evolution of internet capabilities, along with cheaper hardware and software, audio podcasts were doing what was historically accomplished via radio broadcasts, which since the 1930 had been the sources of radio talk shows and news programs add something

 

Raji James - Between 2007-2008 he participated in "The Ray Peacock Podcast"

 

Raji James - In 2007, James began participating in "The Ray Peacock Podcast" for iTunes and the UK Comedy Website, chortle

 

By February 2007, there had been 24 attempts to register trademarks containing the word "PODCAST" in United States, but only "PODCAST READY" from "Podcast Ready, Inc." was approved add something

 

Sarcastic Gamer - The first Sarcastic Gamer Podcast episode was released on June 28, 2007 and was hosted by Doc, Dave and Drew, who left Sarcastic Gamer after Episode 6 of the podcast

 

Sarcastic Gamer - Adrian "Lono" Cherikos, who had met with Adams on Xbox Live a few months before Sarcastic Gamer was created, started writing for the site after his debut on the Sarcastic Gamer Podcast on July 13, 2007


2008

Sarcastic Gamer - Since January 23, 2008, the Sarcastic Gamer Podcast became a twice weekly podcast

 

Sarcastic Gamer - Launched in October 2008, it is typically released weekly on Thursdays, slotting in before the Sarcastic Gamer PlayStation Podcast and after the Sarcastic Gamer Podcast/Red

 

Raji James - Raji was part of the massive cult hit The Ray Peacock Podcast which climaxed at a final Live show at The Leicester Square Theatre on December 12, 2008


2010

Sarcastic Gamer - On April 5, 2010, Rothbart stepped down as community manager for Sarcastic Gamer, but he continues to do the PlayStation Podcast

 

Raji James - On the 13th September 2010 Raji joined "Ed Gamble" and Ray Peacock in a special 50th episode of The Ray Peacock Podcast which was released at the same time as the 50th Episode of "The Peacock and Gamble Podcast"

 

Raji James - On 13 September 2010 Raji joined "Ed Gamble" and Ray Peacock in a special 50th episode of The Ray Peacock Podcast which was released at the same time as the 50th Episode of "The Peacock and Gamble Podcast"

 

Sarcastic Gamer - Originally a SG Community Podcast known as 'On Her Majesty's Sarcastic Service', SGUK began as an official Sarcastic Gamer podcast on October 27, 2010


2011

Alan Davies - On 18 January 2011, Alan began hosting the new Arsenal Podcast "The Tuesday Club" with stand-up comedian Ian Stone, friend Keith Dover, DJ Tayo Popoola and Skint Records founder Damian Harris who sit with him at Arsenal home games

 

Sarcastic Gamer - The first episode of the CGR Podcast debuted on July 12, 2011


2012

Joystiq - The latest iteration of the podcast, the Super Joystiq Podcast, was announced at Joystiq's PAX East 2012 panel and officially released on May 4, 2012


2013

In October, 2013, the Electronic Frontier Foundation filed a petition with the US Trademark Office to invalidate the Personal Audio patent add something

 

Sarcastic Gamer - Since leaving Sarcastic Gamer, the show relaunched under the banner of the Blu show: The BRB PlayStation Podcast until its final episode in 2013

 

In February 2013, Personal Audio started suing high-profile podcasters for royalties, including "The Adam Carolla Show" and the "HowStuffWorks" podcast add something


2014

August 18, 2014, the Electronic Frontier Foundation announced that Adam Carolla had settled with Personal Audio add something


2015

April 10, 2015, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office invalidates five provisions of Personal Audio's podcasting patent add something

 

In April 10, 2015, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office invalidates five provisions of Personal Audio's podcasting patent add something

 

Greg Behrendt - He discussed his diagnosis on episode 16Tf of Jimmy Pardo's podcast Never Not Funny as well as Wil Anderson's Podcast "Wilosophy" on 9th July 2015

 

Greg Behrendt - He discussed his diagnosis on episode 16TF of Jimmy Pardo's podcast Never Not Funny as well as Wil Anderson's Podcast "Wilosophy" on 9 July 2015


2017

Jimmy Pardo - Podcast - In 2017, Jimmy Pardo and Matt Belknapp launched an additional podcast - Playing Games with Jimmy Pardo


2018

On 1 February 2018, Dave Winer from Scripting.com contested the credit being given to Ben Hammersley as the De Facto inventor of the name 'Podcast' add something