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Phonecasting brings podcasts to mobiles launched its Web site today for the purpose of letting users create “phonecasting” episodes which can be listened to by others over the phone or as a download. Accounts are free for publishers.

The service works by having a publisher record a phonecast which can be made available in the Phonecasting directory by auto-generated RSS feeds. Subscriber options for dialup, download and streaming are available to web site members from a computer or mobile phone. seems to have netted a few big name publishers already:

  • National Geographic News – 1 (415) 223-4135

  • “We’re Talking Elvis” with your host DJ Fontana 1 (650) 523-6817
  • TalkCrunch – 1 (831) 480-3920
  • Chicago Bites 1 (708) 543-3423
  • iPhone News 1 (510) 495-6368 +1 (510) 495-6368
  • Spanish Daily Word 1 (1 (718) 977-5932

It should be noted normal calling rates apply for calling any of these numbers.

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