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Theoretically, any file which plays in audio format can be considered a podcast. More usually, a podcast is considered to be a spoken-word MP3 file that is played via MP3 players such as iPods or Rios and MP3 compliant software such as PC-based Windows Media Player and RealPlayer and Macintosh-based QuickTime and iTunes.


An iPod is not the only MP3 player available, nor is it exclusively required to listen to an MP3. MP3 files play on all desktops and laptops, newer Blackberries, PDAs and mobile phones, and, obviously MP3 players, such as iPods, Zunes and Rios, amongst others.