Legal podcasts, Acast, and how to keep surprises fresh for on-mic
August 7, 2017 · 0.8 minutes to read
The Mercury News (San Jose CA, USA) cover the growing genre of legal podcasts
A blog from Hong Kong gives 32 podcasts to listen to on your work commute. Oddly, all 32 appear to be from the US. Does Hong Kong not have any podcasts of its own?
A hopefully satirical piece about how to monetize your podcast.
A (28m) podcast from the Australian ABC, Download This Show, talking about Acast and podcasts.
Bridge Ratings release a preview of some data they’ll share at Podcast Movement. People appear to be listening to more podcasts than before; and advertising within podcasts appear to be 'relateable’ by the majority of listeners.
From Reddit, an interesting AMA (“Ask Me Anything”) from Alex Goldman of Reply All - this version hosted on a site that does a better job of formatting it. Of note: in episode planning meetings, one host often leaves the room to ensure that stuff comes as a surprise on-microphone, rather than contrived.
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