If you're into podcasting or audio search (and in the Bay Area), drop by Yahoo for the SDForum Audio Search event tonight.

Join SDForum on Wed, 9/14 at Yahoo's headquarters in Sunnyvale for the inaugural Silicon Valley Search SIG, where our first meeting will be an overview of the audio search market and an in-depth look at podcasting startups, directiories, and tools.

With the raging popularity of iTunes, the announcement of Yahoo Audio Search, and the sudden upsurge in podcasting -- not to mention recent notable venture financings for startups like PodShow and Odeo -- the audio search & podcasting market appears to be heating up fast.

Our program will feature an interview & perspective with larger players in the audio and podcast market, as well as a sneak peek at some of the up & coming audio startups who are making headlines. We will also feature product demos by our speakers as part of our meeting, and perhaps some new feature announcements as well.

I'm believe Doug Kaye will be recording the evening for IT Conversations, so you should be able to find it there as well.

Posted by jzawodn at September 14, 2005 08:11 AM

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# Alex Moskalyuk said:

For those too lazy to click through, you should probably mention it's $15 for non-members.

on September 14, 2005 01:01 PM
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