A true crime podcast network; and podcast reading material
June 19, 2018 · Updated August 13, 2018 · 1.5 minutes to read
A new podcast network that just focuses on true crime has been launched: murder·ly describes itself as "podcasts to die for". It's exclusively represented by NY-based Cabana, the digital audio division of AdLarge Media.
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Marshall Williams, CEO of Ad Results Media, is in RadioInk discussing why advertisers are turning to podcasts
Omny Studio have added Google Analytics tracking for their embedded player.
WAMU have launched The Pod Shop, a three month initiative to train podcast story-tellers. Five creators will be selected. It's open to you if you live in DC, Maryland or Virginia.
Audioboom announced that it's freed up more funds to expand its range of Originals self-produced podcasts. "The company's directors believe that the podcasts have individual annual revenue potential of between US$100,000 and US$900,000".
A ridiculous amount of podcast resources - a piece by Alex Kapelman linking to an extraordinary amount of reading material - has been updated.
In Manchester, England? There's a free Podcast Camp being run Saturday 25th June. Run by Sparklab, there's one every month.
A few new and notable podcasts:
- Wardrobe Crisis is a fashion podcast with a focus on ethics and its effects on people and planet. It's produced in NSW, Australia, and hosted with Omny Studio.
- Rivers of Oil is a new podcast from MPR, "pipelines are now at the forefront of an epic tug of war between our reliance on oil and the risk that oil poses to the future of our planet"
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