Podcast setups and a look ahead to the rest of 2018
January 1, 2018 · Updated June 19, 2018 · 1.3 minutes to read
Chris Peterson, VP of Podcasting at iHeartMedia is quoted in a re-printed interview in Jacobs Media: “We need to continue to push for even more data and an industrywide standard for podcast listening analytics,” he says. Tomorrow, in an explosive article, podnews.net will publish the results of an investigation into one publisher’s analytics that shows significant over-reporting.
Tim Ferris shares his podcast setup, on a YouTube video.
Also on YouTube, Podcast Movement have added some keynote sessions from previous conferences. Podnews will be at this year’s, in Philadelphia PA, USA.
India - The Hindu newspaper publishes a focus on an Indian food podcast, and lists others to follow.
Listicle: Paste Magazine with their 2017 best-of podcasts.
Wanting a new microphone for the new year? Simplecast publish “how to get great sound out of the mic you already have”.
PodcastOne boss Norm Pattiz has resigned from the board of the University of California after allegations of inappropriate behaviour at the podcast company. Separately, on Sep 27, we reported allegations that he threatened an employee with a gun.
Adam Curry has been awarded a Marconi Oeuvre Award, partially for his podcast work (and partially for a dutch radio program, Curry & Van Inkel, in the 1980s).
A set of programmatic audio experts from the US and the UK make predictions for 2018.
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Chicagoland Podcasters Network Official Meetup: December 16
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