GiveMeTalk! has announced Mac support for their innovative approach to providing content. The company's namesake product, GiveMeTalk!, allows Mac and PC users to record their own Talk Radio broadcast for Internet distribution through GiveMeTalk!. According to GiveMeTalk!:
Now anyone can be a talk radio star with do-it-yourself talk radio on the Internet from GiveMeTalk! Consumers and businesses can easily produce on-demand audio programs on a PC, Mac or notebook environment, then promote and broadcast the programs via the Internet all for free.
One of the major forces in Internet Talk Radio, GiveMeTalk! offers all the tools necessary to create, promote and broadcast an Internet talk radio show. A first time broadcaster can register on the site, and download the free GiveMeTalk! Home Studio (GiveMeTalk!'s easy-to-use audio application) and record a talk radio broadcast off-line. When the show is complete, the broadcaster uploads it to GiveMeTalk!'s Web site, and it's ready to go. The broadcaster receives a personal, customizable page on the site to promote the broadcast. A visitor to the site can search for a specific broadcaster, browse by category or search the site for broadcasts of interest. Once the desired broadcast is found, a single click starts the audio program.
Right now on GiveMeTalk!, listeners can tune into Tech Nation with Moira Gunn, "The Grande Dame of Tech Talk," according to Wired Magazine. Recent broadcasts by Dr. Gunn include an interview with Wes Craven, director of Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream 3, and an interview with Republican Presidential Candidate, Senator John McCain.
For those searching for somewhat lighter fare, Jeff Green hosts Greenspeak, a radio show about his life as a computer gaming editor for Computer Gaming World magazine. Listen in to "Sex Talk (Or, Best PC Games of the Year)", or "What I Do All Day" for Jeff's inimitable perspective on the computer gaming business.
There are also hundreds of independently produced talk shows from rising stars such as Brigitte the Sexologist, Percy the Hippie Zombie, Packer's Talk Radio Basics, and John Rakestraw's iTheatricals. Shows span across 15 top-level categories on topics such as sports, business, health, fitness, and entertainment.
Internet talk radio broadcasters can do even more than educate and entertain many businesses are using GiveMeTalk! to market their products and services. Businesses can create audio programs describing their products and give their listeners the opportunity to make a purchase immediately.
GiveMeTalk! reaches a global Internet audience. Broadcasters on the site enjoy access to the millions of people who use the Internet each day.