British Podcast Awards announce their return
February 6, 2018 · Updated June 19, 2018 · 1.7 minutes to read
Brains On!, a science podcast for kids, is planning to add voting for an upcoming episode, using the Leela Kids app. An email tells us: "For an upcoming episode titled “Dolphins vs. Octopuses”, Brains On! fans who listen using the Leela Kids app will actually be able to vote on the question at the heart of the episode: Which species is more awesome, the Dolphin or the Octopus?"
RadioDoc Review "is a digital journal where selected audio/radio documentaries, podcasts and features from around the world are critiqued by eminent scholars and/or practitioners of the form." They've just published a new edition, including reviews of "Bowraville and Phoebe's Fall: award-winning Australian podcasts from the media formerly known as print".
AdLarge posts a checklist for buying a podcast campaign. "Most podcast spots cost between US $18 and $25 for every 1,000 listens".
The team behind My Dad Wrote A Porno are to perform the world's largest podcast gig in London's Royal Albert Hall in June, reports the British Comedy Guide.
The Big Travel Podcast launches this week, with a variety of guests telling their stories of life through travel.
A job that closes today (sorry), but of interest to read: Commissioning Editor, Podcasts, BBC Radio & Music
Global, the UK's largest commercial radio company, is launching Case Notes, a true crime podcast, "investigating some of the darkest mysteries from the history of music". It's co-branded by their classical music station, Classic FM.
The Onion's satirical trime-crime podcast, A Very Fatal Murder, launched yesterday and gets a glowing review on CNET.
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