Mobile Nations on iTunes, Mobile Nations Enterprise launched tomorrow!

We've launched the Mobile Nations network brand, we've launched great new shows like Girls Gone Gadgets and Stock Talk, and while you'd think we'd be happy enough now to take some time off for holiday cheer, we figured we'd throw out just a few more things to celebrate in 2011. Mobile Nations has partnered with iTunes to provide you an all new, all beautiful Mobile Nations artist page where you can find all our latest shows, but our essential audio shows and video shows as well.

We've also done a series of Holiday Gift Guide specials, where your favorite editors and hosts share with you their favorite holiday gadgets and gifts. You can find them all at our Mobile Nations Gift Guide page on iTunes. If you haven't already, please take a moment to subscribe to all the shows you enjoy and leave a rating or review, it really helps us out with iTunes! Also, please take a moment to subscribe to our new YouTube channel so you don't miss any of the new shows.

Speaking of which... We're launching *another* new show -- Mobile Nations Enterprise with Craig Johnston and Isaac Kendall. It's everything you love about our existing Mobile Nations shows, but targeted specifically at smartphones and tablets in business. From BES to BYOD, massive BlackBerry fleets to iPad deployments, from privacy and security concerns to balancing work and personal usage, this will be your go-to show. Mobile Nations Enterprise launches tomorrow at 8am ET at mobilenations.com/live and we'll have YouTube, RSS, and iTunes links available as soon as possible.

So sit back, relax, get your favorite podcatcher warmed up, and get ready for even more amazing Mobile Nations content in 2012!

 
There are 5 comments

icebike says:

Why would an Android user get a podcast or gifts via itunes?

RammerXMG says:

Sorry, no iTunes in my home or office.

demontooth says:

I have an iPod, how should I get my podcasts?

auburngirl says:

I understand why you used iTunes, but it still disappoints me. No iTunes allowed on my device. Once I jail-broke all of my music, and moved it out, I won't go back.

Rene Ritchie says:

How does iTunes disappoint you? It's by no means exclusive, it's in addition to everything else. We'd already set up web (http://www.mobilenations.com/shows/) and RSS, and iTunes is a hugely popular podcast directory, so we couldn't exactly ignore it, right? :)

We're also contacting all the major podcatching apps and services, and all the other platform makers. We're going to be everywhere we can be, so you can get us everywhere you want to.