posted on Feb, 16 2009 @ 10:55 PM
I don't know if many of you remember me, but I was one of the first podcasters here on ATS back in the day when there used to be a Skeptic Overview
once a month (edit: or was it weekly even?!?), and enough podcasts to actually fill up a half-hour slot with.
I've been noticing over the past couple of months that the ATS podcasting scene seems to have died in the perverbial butt... I'm curious as to what
happened in between 2005 and 2008 that saw the slowing down of ATS podcasting? I was quite sure that it was going to take off and be a very popular
medium, but then along came YouTube.
Being able to have visual aids and hotlinks in videos when talking about a topic, seems to have outshone the portability of the podcast. When ATS
podcasting started, I was at uni and used to listen to the podcasts in the morning on the train, before ipods were cool. Needless to say, everyone
thought I was crazy for laughing at these 'podcast things'.
So, my question is... How many people that frequent ATS, also troll YouTube for conspiracy-related topics?
[edit on 16/2/2009 by nrky]