Next Radio, interactive crime podcasts, Futurama, and radio working together with podcasting
September 11, 2017 · 1.6 minutes to read
Next Radio in London is a conference for people who make great audio. It’s next Monday, 18 September, and podnews is sponsoring some “out-of-town” drinks on the Sunday. Among the speakers: Valerie Geller talks about making a powerful podcast; Megan Lazovick comes armed with Edison Research data about podcast consumers; Alex Adey from audioBoom shares the success of unofficial fan-podcasts; Nan Davies explains the success behind the Penguin Podcast; and Liz Jaynes from the BBC shares their learnings around artwork for podcasts and on-demand content.
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A 25-minute talk about the state of the podcasting industry in Australia, with stats. Not exclusively AU-specific, so there’s probably something in here for everyone, especially those who like a carefully-crafted S-Town joke.
Interactive crime podcasts get investigated by Whooshkaa’s Corey Layton. Trace, an Australian true crime podcast, got 1.1m downloads in two months.
Good news, everybody! Futurama will have a “double-episode podcast audio show”, produced by Nerdist.
Here’s how radio and podcasting work together perfectly, writes Steven Goldstein, with a case study from a Boston show.
Vice reports on how podcasting became Hollywood’s new obsession: covering the increasing number of podcasts making it into TV shows or movies.
Event: National Podcast Power conference, September 23, in Ohio. 100 seats.
The Economist is running a survey about podcasting.
A nice thinkpiece about the podcast industry. Some interesting thoughts about podcasting vs radio. Worth a peek.
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