Metro’s video catalog showcases fun places to visit throughout Los Angeles County via public transportation, avoiding the hassle of traffic, parking and high gas prices.
The videos spotlight numerous venues such as Universal City, Hollywood, Pasadena, the J. Paul Getty Museum, Long Beach, Santa Monica, downtown Los Angeles, Latino LA, Koreatown, the newly refurbished Griffith Observatory, Farmers Market, Fashion District, Aquarium of the Pacific, Staples Center, Asian LA and more.
To subscribe to Metro Destination Podcasts, simply click on a link below - you’ll see our library of titles. As new items are added, you’ll automatically receive them when you open iTunes.
Metro Video Podcasts - M4V format, Apple® iPod Video model required
Metro Audio Podcasts - MP3 format
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Metro Video Podcasts
Video Podcast @ http://www.metro.net/multimedia/metro_videopodcast.xml
Video Podcast (Espanol) @ http://www.metro.net/multimedia/metro_videopodcastsp.xml
Metro Audio Podcasts
Audio Podcast @ http://www.metro.net/multimedia/metro_audiopodcast.xml
Audio Podcast (Espanol) @ http://www.metro.net/multimedia/metro_audiopodcastsp.xml
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