Buzzwire is a Denver based mobile startup that streams multimedia content (mostly podcasts) to your mobile phone.
There are a variety of mobile podcasting services out there Podlinez and Fonpods (deadpool) are two we've covered. However, these services have emphasized backwards compatibility by playing podcasts on specific phone numbers.
Instead, Buzzwire relies on your dataplan, playing lists of media through your mobile browser. Creation and management of these play lists can be handled through their (somewhat ugly) website on your desktop browser. You can either add in content from their library of exiting podcasts to lists or upload your own. It works well on my iPhone, playing audio and video through the Quicktime player.
Funding Rounds (2) - $12MUpdate
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|Apr 24, 2013||CNet - Twitter Music founder leaves to join Jelly, a new startup - CNET|
|Apr 24, 2013||TechCrunch - After Launching #Music, Kevin Thau Becomes Latest Employee To Leave Twitter For Biz Stone's Jelly|
|Apr 30, 2010||Gigaom - Former Newsweek President Osberg To Head Up Philly Papers|
|Mar 21, 2009||TechCrunch - Online Apps Help You Get The Most Out Of March Madness|
|Feb 24, 2009||Gigaom - Buzzwire Launches Digg-Like Mobile Site; The Answer To Discovery?|
|Feb 23, 2009||Xconomy - Buzzwire Launches User-Driven Mobile News Site|
|Jan 13, 2009||TechCrunch - Twitter Decides To Hire Somebody Whose Job It Is to Make Money|
925 South Race
Denver, CO 80209