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How to add your podcasts to Spotify: and they're coming to Android

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  • Nan Davies, who works on the Penguin Podcast, is one of the speakers just confirmed for Next Radio, the radio ideas conference on September 18th in London. Also confirmed is US audio consultant Valerie Geller, who is talking about podcasting; and Liz Jaynes from the BBC who is talking about effective artwork for audio clips. Cheap tickets end today at 2359 UK time (nine hours from this mail). Buy them here. [Disclosure: I’m an organiser.]

  • Google
    Spotify

    Want your podcasts in Spotify? They’ve just added this submission form. (While hosted on Google Forms, it is legit - at least, it was created “inside Spotify”, according to the Google-produced footer.)

  • Google

    Want your podcasts on every Android phone? A teardown of the latest Google App (installed on virtually every Android phone) points to more podcasting activity - a string offering users “Add a Podcast shortcut to your Home screen”

  • Anchor
    Apple
    Apple Podcasts
    Google

    Anchor, a “push to talk” type app - like the original AudioBoo, in many respects - now interfaces with Apple Podcasts and Google Play Podcasts. “Coming soon” - an RSS feed. Caution: they’re doing this under their Apple/Google accounts, not yours, so don’t expect any analytics.

  • Listicle of the day: the best podcasts of 2017 so far. From The Vulture, this is a good and considered piece.

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  • Gimlet

    After just six episodes, Gimlet kills their Twice Removed podcast. It was just too complicated to make, the company says.

  • Clammr, a Twitter-like product that allowed you to share 24-second clips of audio with your friends, closes.

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