More speakers for OzPod, New Yorker debuts a podcast review column, and fitness fanatics love podcasts
August 10, 2017 · 0.9 minutes to read
OzPod 2017, the podcast conference in Sydney run by ABC Radio, announces more speakers, described by the press-release as an “all star lineup”. Among the speakers, the conference will be “joined again by writer, media commentator and radio futurologist, James Cridland. James holds a resume of international expertise including time with the BBC. He has recently launched a daily podcast publication, podnews.net”
Open The Pod Bay Doors, a tech podcast by AWS’s Iain Gardiner, interviews Whooshkaa’s CEO, Rob Loewenthal.
The New Yorker debuts a new regular podcast review column from Sarah Larson, called Podcast Dept. This week, a review of Ways Of Hearing.
US fitness fanatics over-index on podcasts: apparently, 40% have “listened to or watched a podcast on a mobile device in the past month”. Reported in AdWeek.
Nine lessons learnt turning a podcast into a book.
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