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Our friends in the Nation's Capital launched their first foray into audio posting with a dcist podcast. It should become a regular feature of the site (and something we're thinking about doing here) and the inaugural episode focuses on the local music scene and a discussion with one of the planners of the Katrina Benefit that DCist co-sponsored earlier this month.

Very cool.

Slightly related, Wired says there's a wee bit o' money to be made with podcasting.