Eh? No ban on podcasts?

Update: The CNA news article seems to have been yanked off. Wonder what happened. But no worry, it’s still on Yahoo! as well as mrbrown’s.

Apparently Channel Newsasia can podcast and videocast bloggers’ coverage of the elections during this, the election period. We’ve always known that mr brown’s and my slogan for this month, ‘Remember, Prison Got No Broadband’, doesn’t apply to our nation’s premier news network, nor to our nation’s finest newspapers.

The blurb on CNA’s website says that bloggers Farid Johari and Au Yong May Lin will be “uploading their clips to the Channel Newsasia website instantaneously”.

Instantaneously, you know? Like, damned fast like that. It also helps that the bloggers work for CNA. For bloggers who don’t work for CNA, ST, TNP and TODAY (eh? I also leh…) you could try sending your clips to SGRally, which is not a car-racing site.

Ceci n’est pas un political slogan

Podcast: the mrbrown show 26 Apr 2006: the persistently non-political podcast no. 1 (MP3, Filesize: 1.3mb, Time: 00:02:31)


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  3. Ey? The CNA doing videocasts for GE piece thatMiyagi referenced seems to be spoil liao. Never mind, can read it here: Tuesday April 25, 10:17 PM CNA: Videocasts on GE to be available on Channel NewsAsia website SINGAPORE : Videocasts of the General Election, shot using 3G mobile phones, will be available on

  4. Eh? No Ban On Podcasts? by Mr. Miyagi Apparently Channel NewsAsia can podcast and videocast bloggers’ coverage of the elections during this, the election period.

  5. […] Lo and behold, Mr. Miyagi is already grumbling about CNA’s inhouse bloggers and podcasters. Who speaks is more important than what they say – and all the more so if the government hasn’t regulated him and his ilk. Posted in The Media, Legal issues by lzydata at 6:30 pm | […]

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