An Apple podcast chart loophole? And how podcasting makes you a better broadcaster.
August 21, 2017 · 0.9 minutes to read
Gregr, an o-challenged presenter at KNDD in Seattle, reckons that podcasting has helped him become a better broadcaster. (Radio presenters are often told to not say much and just play more music. Podcasting is, of course, the opposite.)
Some evidence of people becoming interested in podcasting because of word of mouth. This Redditor would prefer asking others what to listen to, rather than trust the directories.
This podcaster in the UK might have found a loophole in the Apple Podcast Chart's algorithm, by the looks of things.
Home podcasters are good for the newspapers to write about. The Art of Decluttering gets a feature from a Sydney newspaper.
Event: Werk It, a women's podcast festival, October 3-5 in Los Angeles.
Podcast "guesting" is now being used by savvy PR companies to get their clients airtime.
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