One of the interesting things about the internet is the ability for anyone to start publishing a website or in some cases begin what is called "podcasts". Podcasts are typically short broadcasts developed by individuals on any number of topics. You can download many of these to an mp3 player or listen to them online via a program such as ITunes I have found some very good podcasts on Freemasonry, but two in particular that stand out:
The Digital Freemason http://www.digitalfreemason.com/ is a work by Brother Scott Blasken who is the voice behind the Digital Freemason. Brother Scott who is a member of King George Lodge No. 59 in Alberta Canda, features short Masonic bulletins that were written in past years, but have an amazing way of being very relevant in today's modern lodge setting. Each of the talks is about 6-12 minutes long and are very informative. Well worth the listen to in either iTunes or via Brother Scott's website.
The second site that I have found is Masonic Central hosted by Brother's Greg Stewart and Dean Kennedy . Masonic Central runs approximately 1 hour long and includes interviews with some of the individuals most influential in Masonry today including S. Brent Morris author of Idiot's Guide to Freemasonry, Stephen Dafoe a prolific author of the Knight's Templar and Chris Hodapp author of Freemasons for Dummies. You can listen to show live via the website or download later in iTunes are via their archive at talkshoe.
Click here to learn more about Greg and Dean.
Both of these podcasts are real service to Freemasonry and worth the investment of your time to listen to them.