Never mind that currently, it is only an mp3 file sitting on a site. It shall be named RadioSDP! Never mind that podcasts are supposed to delivered via an RSS feed, it is still historic. I am sure, the historic RSS feed will be added later, warranting another declaration of historic-ness.
And their hosted mp3 audio file, sorry, podcast, is also historic because it is a way to bypass the broadcast laws of Singapore! So of course it is necessary to declare this fact as loudly as possible, never mind that it will now invite the Gahmen to come up with a law to deal with this.
"The podcast is a way for the Party to by-pass the state-controlled media in Singapore. Airwaves in the country are monopolised, cable television is owned by a government-linked company, satellite dishes are banned, and the press is controlled by the ruling party. The Internet remains a medium that the Government finds it hard to censor, although it has enacted many laws aimed at curtailing the use of the Internet for political purposes."
SDP: "Legislate THIS!"
"The Media Development Authority confirmed that podcasting does come under the current regulatory framework. It is still studying developments in this area, it told Today."
As they say in some political circles and think tanks, "Kua kua...".