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August 28, 2017
After Podcast Movement wrapped up - it's probably the biggest podcast conference in the world - the internet is now full of blogs and pieces from the event. From a nice video from day 1, to coverage of day 1, day 2 and day 3 from Podcasting Pro.
AdLarge Media has added the “hey, girl.” podcast to its cabana brand, says a press release. (Got a press release? email@example.com).
A clip from Sunrise, an Australian breakfast TV show, about The Art of Decluttering, with Kirsty Farrugia and Amy Revell. Of note: you need video associated with your podcast to make TV be comfortable covering you - lots of stuff from Facebook used in this piece.
Re-linked today in a Facebook group: how to get inexpensive feedback on your podcast from real people by using Amazon's Mechanical Turk.
Acast have appointed Henrik Isaksson to run its Australian operations. Isaksson was previously boss of Spotify Australia.
Millennials are apparently choosing podcasting rather than blogging to build their personal brands, according to this piece in Forbes.
For Australian podcasters only (because law), an article about "fair dealing" - using other peoples' content responsibly.
Miles Martignoni, a podcast producer at The Guardian, is doing a course on September 2nd in Sydney on Creating Compelling Podcasts
The Atlantic covers The podcast made from inside prison, aka Ear Hustle.
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