. . . Tuesday January 18, 2005

Punt

Audible and the NFL have announced a deal that will enable Audible users to download recorded audio versions of the playoff and Super Bowl games beginning the day after the contests.

What?

Chris Russo, senior vice president of new media and publishing for the NFL, said complete recordings of games, including versions that feature local sportscasters, are expected to cost around $10 each, while highlights of games are expected to cost between 95 cents and $4.95.

“This is not a replacement for watching games,” Russo said. “It’s really for fans who want a keepsake of the event or who to want hear the local call of the event.”

Huh?

Audible’s stock is up on this news.

Is this a gag?


Concentration is important!