Over the past 10-days, I introduced my selection of the Top 10 Savvy Women in Podcasting for 2006.
They’re not hot, nor are they brainless. Instead, these 10 women are smart, savvy and chose to use podcasting in an innovative way to educate others, increase sales, decrease costs, make money or raise their profile. They all contributed something unique to the field of podcasting and are blazing their own trail.
Here are the 10 women I covered over the past 10-days.
Donna Papacosta teaches communicators how to use podcasting to compliment other communication tools.
Amber MacArthur is helping mainstream audiences learn more about podcasting and all things technology through her daily segment on a mainstream television station.
Colette Vogele co-authored the Podcasting Legal Guide to help podcast producers understand how to use content in their podcasts.
Amanda Congdon owns a 49% stake in one of the most popular video podcasts.
Audrey Reed-Granger launched one of the first consumer goods podcasts for a Fortune 500 and continues to produce it 18-months later.
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