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January 27, 2022:
    Acast was announced as a launch partner for Spotify's Open Access subscription tool in July last year; but Acast+ doesn't work with the tool. Memberful and Libsyn's Glow were also announced as launch partners; but have also yet to roll out support. We hear whispers that Spotify Open Access requires mandatory caching of audio, which cedes considerable control away from podcast hosting companies.
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September 29, 2021:
    Hot on the heels of Fireside comes Glow - in terms of name confusion, that is. Just as Mark Cuban's Fireside is nothing to do with Dan Benjamin's Fireside, so Amazon's Glow is nothing to do with Libsyn's Glow. Amazon's Glow, launched yesterday, is a device to help parents play with their kids remotely, while Libsyn's Glow is a podcast membership service. We're pleased to have cleared that one up.
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April 21, 2021:
    Eric Johnson notes the big difference between Apple Podcasts subscriptions and those from companies like Glow and Patreon: no copying of private RSS links.
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April 27, 2020:
    Got a beefy Nvidia RTX video card? Why not use it to remove background noise from your recordings? Nvidia RTX Voice uses artificial intelligence to work out which is your voice, and which is the clack-clack of your keyboard. This review seems glowing.
April 14, 2020:
    Announced today, Podapalooza is a two-day virtual podcast festival for the benefit of COVID-19 relief, happening on April 25-26. You can buy tickets today (pay what you can), to access special episodes of all your favourite podcasts, from companies like Stitcher, Wondery, Lantigua Williams & Co, and plenty more.
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January 14, 2020:
    The GeekWire podcast has, in a recent edition, a discussion about the future of podcasting. Taking part: Phyllis Fletcher, senior editor for podcasts at American Public Media; Steve Henn, the head of content strategy for audio news at Google; David Payne, the president of Rainstream Media; and Amira Valliani, CEO and co-founder of Glow.
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October 29, 2019:
    Exclusive: Glow, a service that lets you build a podcast membership program, has just announced that the company is dropping all charges to collect listener support. Patreon charges between 5% and 8% to most content creators. "We believe that in order for podcasting to thrive, listener-supported and membership models have to thrive too, and we want to be the easiest route for podcasters to build those models," explained Amira Valliani, the co-founder and CEO. The company will continue to charge for subscription podcasts and other services.
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July 15, 2019:
    Birthday Skin is a skincare podcast "on a mission to make skincare less confusing and mundane". Charlie and Amy feature research to bust some myths, and aim to give you "glowy skin". (Entale)
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April 4, 2019:
    Formerly known as Kimberlite, a subscription podcast platform called Glow promises to "make it easy for your fans to pay for your podcasts".
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February 6, 2018:
    The Onion's satirical trime-crime podcast, A Very Fatal Murder, launched yesterday and gets a glowing review on CNET.

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