Who's the fastest podcast host?
July 1, 2019 · 2.9 minutes to read
Who offers the fastest podcast hosting? Daniel J Lewis highlights who is fastest; whether it matters; and uncovers some interesting results in terms of podcast statistics.
Bullet, an app that allows podcast listeners to share audio of their favourite podcasts as a video to social media from their favourite podcast app, has officially launched.
- Meanwhile, social media audio sharing company Headliner has signed a deal with SiriusXM, the North American satellite radio company.
Podtrac released their opt-in top 10 US podcast publishers list for May 2019. NPR is #1, iHeartRadio is #2, and PRX is #3.
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Podcast Awards Nominations are now Open! — Nominations are open for the 14th Annual People's Choice Podcast Awards for the next 30 days. Not too late to register and engage your audiences to nominate your show. Sponsor spots remain available.
What’s the Future of Work? — Listen to Dom Price, Work Futurist from Atlassian talk about the Future of Work with Futurist Keynote Speaker, Andrew Grill on the Practical Futurist Podcast.
Gareth Cliff from podcaster CliffCentral in South Africa celebrated his fifth anniversary recently, sharing some views about the strength of the sector. (Podnews is in Johannesburg this Wednesday to Friday).
Advice: Going to a conference? Want to get listeners subscribed to your podcast? Here’s how RedHat does it, thanks to Pacific Content. tl;dr: QR codes are good, but you need human beings to help.
In Brooklyn NY, USA, the Afros & Audio Podcast Festival took place last week, highlighting black podcasters.
September is International Podcast Month, with over 150 podcasters already involved. IPM have launched their Indiegogo campaign to cover costs and provide giveaways.
UK broadcaster Steve Penk is to launch a podcast, Steve Penk’s Radio Nightmares, containing bloopers and embarrassing moments from live radio broadcasts.
Music band The Pixies are teasing new songs from their forthcoming album in their podcast, reports the NME.
Canadian broadcaster Terry O’Reilly (Under the Influence) lets slip in the latest edition of the Sound Off Podcast that he is launching a podcast soon. (Oh, and happy Canada Day, Canadians!)
NPR writes a piece about the growing poetry-in-podcasts trend.
Jessica Cordova Kramer and Stephanie Wittels Wachs have launched a new podcast network called Lemonada Media. Westwood One to distribute, sell, and market the shows.
Here’s what else you need to know today: what everyone who works on The Daily looks like. (Those interested in gender balance: two-thirds female).
Our Editor has some ideas on how to get the BBC back into Google Podcasts - noting that Google could give podcasters a little more control over how their podcasts appear within Google products.
9to5Mac think it’s time for a podcast creation tool from Apple. They give some ideas for features they’d like.
Listening To Podcasts May Be The Cool Thing To Do, But Is It Worth Wholly Cutting Yourself Off?, asks the India Times. “The problem is, with all of our senses now tuned to the web, none of them are tuned to ourselves anymore.”
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