Hurrah hurrah! To all our Engadget Podcast listeners who've suffered through the months without an AAC or Ogg feed, we thank you -- and we've heard your complaints. As we mentioned earlier this week, we've got our feeds sorted for the three major audio formats, so you can now have our show dropped in via RSS in your choice of MP3, enhanced AAC, or Ogg Vorbis. iTunes subscribers' feeds will automatically be switched over to enhanced AAC (or you can subscribe to the AAC feed directly if you don't want to use iTunes but want our enhanced AAC podcasts).

So, as soon as our feeds are re-cached and re-crawled by RSS, we'll throw up our latest podcast for today and get the show on the road. In the mean time, we apologize if for some reason your shows start re-downloading as we're retooling our feeds. Thanks for listening, everybody!

P.S. -If for some reason you're having difficulties or seeing problems, please leave a comment below, we'll get on it. And yes, we know there are iTunes tags in all our feeds right now, we're working on that.

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The Engadget Podcast now supports AAC and Ogg feeds!