Fun Kids launches a new story podcast for children
February 12, 2018 · Updated June 19, 2018 · 1.4 minutes to read
Hindenburg, who make a digital audio editor, have announced their annual special offers for World Radio Day 2018, which is tomorrow. No $2 editor this time around, but lots of savings.
A new product from Rogue Amoeba, of particular interest to podcasters: Farrago, a sound board.
Steve Wilson, who looks after marketing at Apple Podcasts, notes "friends don't let friends host their podcasts on SoundCloud" in a tweet, and recommends SimpleCast instead. He wants podcasters to use a podcast host that's designed to be a podcast host.
A new podcast app for iOS, Procast is now available. Features include 'cuts', to share portions of podcasts with friends; and swipable podcasts in an inbox. It's free and has no ads.
iHeartRadio announces that their Australian app now includes "Australia's largest podcast library", with 1.4m episodes from 12,000 global podcasters.
Thank you to ListenNotes for their support. Their podcast search engine contains a library of 26m episodes from 442,586 global podcasts.
US radio content provider Westwood One, who provide Olympics coverage to radio stations in the States, are also broadcasting live via the Amazon Alexa. Their skill appears to be geo-locked to the US.
The Australian ABC launches Little Tiny, about the little tiny things that have shaped history.
Podcasting is the new soft diplomacy - a piece in The Ringer about the influence of US podcasting in Australia.
A developer calls for a new podto:// protocol.
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