KCRW says their daily podcast traffic jumped tenfold to 100,000 when Apple released the new iTunes on Tuesday. The latest version of iTunes lets users easily subscribe to podcasts. Unique visitors to the station's website doubled to 60,000, KCRW says in a release.
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