Irish podcasting: the audio revolution 'has hit'
December 28, 2017
A piece in Irish website The Journal: 'A hit US podcast is a life-changer - in Ireland it might not even have a sponsor' - and an overview of the Dublin-based Headstuff Podcast Network which also has a studio for hire. If you're looking for the ten best podcasts from the island of Ireland here's a positive list, in which Claire Mitchell says that "the audio revolution has hit Ireland." Best Irish podcast name? Motherfoclóir ("a podcast about the Irish language, in English").
The BBC release a new podcast, The Assassination, "an investigation into the death of one of the world’s best known politicians – Pakistan’s Benazir Bhutto."
A ten-minute "writer's workshop" from WNYC's Manoush Zomorodi, host of Note to Self and best-selling author.
The i (which for non-Brits is astonishingly a name for a newspaper) writes its listicle of the 20 best podcasts of 2017.
- The Amazon Alexa and the Google Home have "topped the charts" this holiday period, implying that smart speakers were popular gifts.
Thank you to Jason DeFillippo, who became a new Patreon supporter today. As a suggested New Year's resolution: do the same.
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