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By Jason Ankeny

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Talkshoe gives voice to whatever's on your mind--personal or professional, universal or unconventional. The Pittsburgh-based company enables users to record, join or access live interactive discussions, podcasts and audioblogs over the web, complete with technical support, conferencing, bandwidth and storage, all for free. Programming runs the gamut from the useful (The American Entrepreneur) to the controversial (the S&M-themed Mind of a Mistress). Once a recording is completed, it is available for download via the TalkShoe website. In addition, members can add the broadcast to their homepage, blog or social media profile.

"TalkShoe was created to make it easier to bring people together on whatever subject they choose," says CEO Marty Newingham. "Our shows cover everything from prayer groups of virtually every denomination to mothers of multiples, wherever there's interest and passion around a topic."

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