Personal Life Media, publisher of lifestyle iPod content for people on the leading edge of culture, reached one million iPod downloads of their 16 weekly audio shows and podcasts just six months after launch.
An extensive mix of original iPod programming formatted as talk shows, reality audio, frank discussion, guided exercises, led-visualizations and step-by-step instruction from established and emerging experts is targeted to iPod and iTunes users, “cultural creatives” and Boomers 35+ oriented toward personal growth. The iPod and MP3 player-ready shows are ad-supported podcasts that run weekly and are from 5 to 45 minutes in length depending on the format. All shows can be accessed in iTunes.
Company executives credit their commitment to rich and unique iPod content not available from mainstream media outlets as the key to success. “From intimacy and relationships to anti-aging and cosmetic surgery, to wealth-creation and next-century sales techniques to authentic living and global spirituality, we feature experts who dive deep into the issues most important to one’s personal life,” states Susan Bratton, co-founder and CEO. “Clearly this content resonates with consumers.”
Originally posted on September 19, 2007 @ 10:11 am