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January 5, 2024:
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August 9, 2023:
    Listen Notes suggests that the number of new podcasts launched last month was 11,119 - around a third fewer than a year ago.
February 21, 2023:
January 30, 2023:
    We've added links to GPodder, Bullhorn, Momento, Listen Notes, Podchaser, Podknife and Podverse to our podcast pages, using Nathan Gathright's platform links.
August 15, 2022:
September 10, 2021:
    Transistor has given any customer access to their private podcast feature. The company is beta-testing dynamic pre-rolls, and says it has 16,227 podcasts using their service. (Listen Notes suggests 11,529 are in Apple Podcasts).
March 25, 2021:
    Chrome browser extension Listen Notes for Chrome says it suggests podcasts to listen to from the website you're looking at. It works from Vox or the New York Times or even Google; not on our website, though.
January 27, 2021:
December 8, 2020:
June 4, 2020:
    Hubl is a new podcast app that offers "the best way to find, review and share podcast episodes". It links with Apple Podcasts and Spotify, and uses the Listen Notes directory.
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January 8, 2020:
November 18, 2019:
    There were over 11,100,000 new podcast episodes in 2018. Listen Notes have developed a new "stats" page, looking into their database of podcasts (which appears to include all in Apple Podcasts). 21% of podcasts are hosted at Anchor, and a further 11% at Soundcloud, the results show. (Some great data for any pitching documents!)
September 17, 2019:
    Listen Notes has announced that its Listen Alerts service (Google Alerts, but for podcasts) will be a paid-for service from 1 October. The fee will be US$5/month for every five alerts.
March 28, 2019:
    Listen Notes has launched v2 of their API on different infrastructure, as well as new, simpler, pricing.
January 28, 2019:
December 31, 2018:
    ListenNotes have launched something new and clever - realtime podcast listening: the podcast episodes being listened via Listen Notes right now.
December 24, 2018:
    A new podcast app, that you probably won't like, has just been launched: Just Listen™ plays one random podcast episode after another. That's literally it. Wenbin Fang from Listen Notes describes the thinking behind it, and how he built it, in a blog post.
December 20, 2018:
    Our podcast pages now include links to Podknife, Player FM and Listen Notes.
June 11, 2018:
    Dave Winer: podcasts are feeds. "If it doesn't have an RSS feed, it isn't a podcast," he says, pointing out the freedom and independence it offers. Wembin Fang from Listen Notes also posted about this subject over the weekend, keen to highlight why "Netflix for podcasting won't work".
May 16, 2018:
April 30, 2018:
    Podcast app Breaker blogs about its app redesign; while podcast search engine Listen Notes shares a postmortem on a short outage.
March 14, 2018:
    ...and if you love hearing from podcasters, Listen Notes has a great list of interviews with podcasters - and you can also take part there.
January 10, 2018:
    Podcast directory Listen Notes adds a feature called Listen Later, a way to add podcast episodes to a list to listen later on any player (or the web).
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