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The '''Zinester Podcasts''' are free mp3 audio files regularly produced and published by [[Fall of Autumn]], and intended for download and playback through a personal computer or a portable mp3 player.
The '''Zinester Podcasts''' are free mp3 audio files regularly produced and published by [[Fall of Autumn]], and intended for download and playback through a personal computer or a portable mp3 player.
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== Format ==
 
Characteristically taking the format of short radio segments, episodes in the [[Zinester]] Podcast series each feature one writer's presentation of a selection from her/his [[zine]]. Common to the show format is a soundtrack mainly featuring independent artists, though some shows instead rely on soundscapes related to the piece being read, like the radio dramas of the '40s and '50s.
Characteristically taking the format of short radio segments, episodes in the [[Zinester]] Podcast series each feature one writer's presentation of a selection from her/his [[zine]]. Common to the show format is a soundtrack mainly featuring independent artists, though some shows instead rely on soundscapes related to the piece being read, like the radio dramas of the '40s and '50s.
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== Listenership ==
 
The Fall of Autumn Zinester Podcasts were initially available only on the Fall of Autumn website, however, the Zinester Podcasts were accepted into Apple's ''iTunes Music Store'' and in April of 2006, were broadcasted live on the air during the "The Great Sound Caper" hour on '''CHMR 93.5 FM''' in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._John's%2C_Newfoundland_and_Labrador St. Johns, NL Canada].
The Fall of Autumn Zinester Podcasts were initially available only on the Fall of Autumn website, however, the Zinester Podcasts were accepted into Apple's ''iTunes Music Store'' and in April of 2006, were broadcasted live on the air during the "The Great Sound Caper" hour on '''CHMR 93.5 FM''' in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._John's%2C_Newfoundland_and_Labrador St. Johns, NL Canada].
In January 2007, the 10,000th individual episode was downloaded.
In January 2007, the 10,000th individual episode was downloaded.
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== Episode Archive ==
 
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===2007===
 
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* [[Josh Dumas]] live at Around the Coyote ([[Tense Forms]]) (May 2007)
 
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* "A Message to my Hardcore Fans" and "35th Street Bakery" by [[Pups]] ([[Black Carrot]]) (May 2007)
 
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* [[Jeb Gleason-Allured]] live at Around the Coyote ([[The 2nd Hand]]) (May 2007)
 
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* [[Billy Roberts]] live at Around the Coyote ([[Loop Distro]]) (May 2007)
 
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The Zinester Podcasts are free mp3 audio files regularly produced and published by Fall of Autumn, and intended for download and playback through a personal computer or a portable mp3 player.

Characteristically taking the format of short radio segments, episodes in the Zinester Podcast series each feature one writer's presentation of a selection from her/his zine. Common to the show format is a soundtrack mainly featuring independent artists, though some shows instead rely on soundscapes related to the piece being read, like the radio dramas of the '40s and '50s.

The Fall of Autumn Zinester Podcasts were initially available only on the Fall of Autumn website, however, the Zinester Podcasts were accepted into Apple's iTunes Music Store and in April of 2006, were broadcasted live on the air during the "The Great Sound Caper" hour on CHMR 93.5 FM in St. Johns, NL Canada.

In January 2007, the 10,000th individual episode was downloaded.

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