New Hindenburg features
April 5, 2018 · Updated May 2, 2018
At the NAB Show, audio editor Hindenburg announces forthcoming software updates: import/export for Pro Tools; new loudness export levels (-14 for Amazon; -18 for the BBC's podcast standard); and support for ASIO sound cards.
Blubrry continues to give traditional radio broadcasters ideas on how podcasting could be useful to radio, ahead of the NAB Show which starts on April 7th and has a 'podcasting pavilion'.
How many downloads per episode is 'good'? A great piece by a redditor, explaining the stats. In short - above 1,453 downloads per episode is 'good' - at least, that's a sensibly calculated average.
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SonicAI, a voice tech company, publishes Look, no hands!, an ebook on tips for your voice strategy. It's a chunky 17 pages of decent research and advice.
A new reader to podnews emailed to say hi: he's Jason Skinner, of The Business Made Easy Podcast.
Podcast Review interviews the producer of Intercepted, the podcast of The Intercept. He's Jack D’Isidoro.
Jacobs Media runs surveys of radio listeners across North America, and they tease a significant growth in weekly reach for podcasts.
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