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GigaVox Audio Lite Sold to Podango

PodangoAs reported on TechCrunch today, we have sold GigaVox Audio Lite and its technology to Podango. Moving forward, GigaVox Audio Lite will be integrated into Podango’s P2 podcast publishing platform.

Some have noticed I have been a little quiet regarding GigaVox Audio Lite recently. Well, now you know the reason. I am excited to see how Podango and their team builds on our technology. They are passionate about podcasting and podcasters and with the integration of GigaVox Audio Lite into their P2 platform they will have a extremely attractive offering for publishers and a decisive advantage over their competition. You can download a pdf of the official press release here.

6 Responses to “GigaVox Audio Lite Sold to Podango”

  1. Gravatar Icon 1 Will Brown Sep 25th, 2007 at 9:17 pm

    Congrats, Michael!
    One question for us current users though: What will happen to our accounts?

    I read Podango’s statement at the end of the press release, but will our shows be affected?


  2. Gravatar Icon 2 Michael Sep 25th, 2007 at 9:39 pm


    Great question. GigaVox Audio Lite will continue to be available to current account holders. Once the transition is done, Podango will then open up the beta again for new users.

  3. Gravatar Icon 3 Dennis Sep 26th, 2007 at 8:10 am

    I tried to access the system and was told the beta was closed. This AFTER I signed up for it.


  4. Gravatar Icon 4 Michael Sep 26th, 2007 at 8:40 am


    It is still there. You need to have an open active account (not an invite from a few months back.) If so and something didn’t work with your login go ahead and send along the details to [info at gigavox dot com].

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Michael W. Geoghegan is founder and CEO of GigaVox Media, a production, consulting and technology company focused on audio/video new media.

As a pioneer of podcasting, Michael created some of the first corporate podcasts, including efforts by Disney. Michael is also creator of the 2008 James Beard Award winning "GrapeRadio" and "Reel Reviews: Films Worth Watching". He is editor-in-chief of the Podcast Academy™ book series and co-author of Podcast Solutions: The Complete Guide to Podcasting.

Michael speaks frequently on podcasting's impact on new media and its corporate applications and is often quoted by the media including in The New York Times, USA Today, CNN and Wired Magazine.