Kodak Podcasts Now Available via iTunes; News Releases Offered via RSS
Press release from the issuing company
Tuesday May 22 ROCHESTER, N.Y.-- Corporate news releases from Eastman Kodak Company are now offered via RSS feeds for internet users. In addition, a series of "Kodak Close Up" podcasts may be viewed online or downloaded for viewing on a video MP3 player.
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds enable internet users to automatically receive the latest business, product, and technology news from Kodak. Many RSS aggregators or readers, including my.Yahoo.com, NewsGator, and Google Reader, can be used to view these feeds. To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. Clicking on the symbol enables users to select a reader page where the news releases will be updated.
The company has also recently launched "Kodak Close Up," a podcast series that will offer a wide range of engaging and informative topics, ranging from interviews with creative professionals to explorations of the company's digital innovations and global strategy. Current podcasts, including interviews with professional photographers Pep Bonet and Chris Usher, are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts, and may be downloaded for viewing via iTunes, Quicktime, or other PC-based media players.
Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via Apple's iTunes store by typing "Kodak Close Up" in the search field at the top of the iTunes Store window. Subscribing to the podcast allows iTunes users to receive automatic updates each time a new podcast is added.
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