The Atlantic launches a new podcast, plus Podcasting for Dummies ed.3 now available
August 30, 2017 · 1.7 minutes to read
Sydney podcasting conference OzPod, Sep 8, announces its full program. This coverage includes a photo of your editor's back.
London radio ideas conference Next Radio, Sep 18, announces its full programme.
The Atlantic launch their first podcast, called Radio Atlantic. Dual-headed, it also has a music director, Jon Batiste. "Our first show features a discussion about the future of American democracy—and of the American idea itself."
Podcasting for Dummies, the third edition, is now available for pre-order in the United States, Canada, the UK, and Australia (via the US). It's fully-updated and contains tips on how to "get the gear you need", "find your podcasting voice", "find and build an audience", and "plan your podcast".
Podcaster News reports that NASA launched a podcast, called Houston, We Have A Podcast, in July; though it may have a few weeks off after the weather events there.
Mashable publish "6 business podcasts to listen to this fall"; all US titles.
A sportsball player called Jim Harbaugh, head coach for a Michigan team that does things with balls in the name of sport, has a podcast of his own now on PodcastOne. A blog post wonders who else in sports-ball should have a podcast. Go sport! Hurray!
Mark Asquith writes What I learned from Podcast Movement. "The big players are just as curious as us little guys!"
In case you missed it: "I listened to lots of podcasts - and here’s what I learnt" - a piece written by the same person who's writing this sentence right now. Focuses on length, the benefit of a 'reset', and the dangers of self-indulgence.
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