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The Greatest Hits—On the Fidelity Radio Network

Digital audio players are everywhere these days even on the desks of Fidelity advisors. The mutual fund giant recently introduced for its independent advisors. Podcasting which derives the first part of its name from Apple Computer's iPod, the astronomically popular digital audio gadget is a method of publishing radio programs via the Internet. The files are typically delivered in a format that can

Digital audio players are everywhere these days — even on the desks of Fidelity advisors.

The mutual fund giant recently introduced “podcasts” for its independent advisors. Podcasting — which derives the first part of its name from Apple Computer's iPod, the astronomically popular digital audio gadget — is a method of publishing radio programs via the Internet. The files are typically delivered in a format that can be downloaded (if desired) to iPods, but the files also can be burned to a CD or saved to a computer desktop.

Fidelity is hoping podcasts will give its time-pressed advisors more flexibility in staying current on industry trends. Current podcast subjects include practice management, technology, compliance and industry regulations.

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