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iTunes vs. Democracy Player: a Comparison

July 26th, 2006 by Nicholas Reville

We’ve just posted an article I wrote that compares the video RSS capabilities of iTunes and Democracy Player: Video Podcast Shootout.

As I say in the article, this comparison is only with respect to video. iTunes is an excellent audio player and audio podcaster, but we happen to think that we’ve got them beat for most video situations (syncing video to an iPod being a notable exception).

Please take a look and let me know what you think, I’d be happy to add new points on either side: nicholas@pculture.org.

One Response to “iTunes vs. Democracy Player: a Comparison”

  1. tomhiggins says:

    Even as an audio podcatcher DemocracyTV rules over iTunes…why? Becuase Apple seems to be in love with using the CXAP(sm) patent aggregation system with the complimentary CXAPaDs and the ever growing DRMxAP

    For those reasons and more I would rather THINK KITTENS than THINK DIFFERENT, becuase by Apples standard Thinking Differnt means offering up my postieroir for them to insert thier revenue stream probe or to close fair use of what is fair.

    peace and keep rocking on democracytv

    (no spellcheckers were harmed in the making of this post)

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