Podcasts are very popular. You just download the file and put it on your mp3 player or on your ipod. And then you can listen to it wherever you want.
Podcasts are not yet very popular in the field of dissemination of statistics. Or may I be wrong?
Two examples (just the top of the iceberg?)
OECD promotes this new book with a podcast (and a quiz): Human Capital
NASS (United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), National Agricultural Statistics Service) presents a lot of short broadcasts in its newsroom.
Well done podcasts give us the chance to attract new audiences and to broaden the interst for statistical information… Who else tries/tried it?