VOX Media to launch a new daily podcast
February 13, 2018 · Updated June 19, 2018 · 1.6 minutes to read
VOX Media is to launch a new daily podcast called Today, Explained. Hosted by Sean Rameswaram, there's a trailer up now with a song. It starts February 19th and is aimed at your afternoon commute.
The BBC continue to launch new podcasts: this week, the launch of Unpopped. The podcast examines pop culture moments from the recent past.
Today is also World Radio Day, so what better to listen to than Radio Controlled, a story about how radio in Germany helped the country reset its own cultural values.
A reminder that the popular Hindenburg audio editor has special offers today, in case you're keen.
JAR Audio is a new, Vancouver-based podcast production company. Well Now is their first launch, a podcast exploring the hidden sides of health, the root causes of illness, and what it means to be well. There's more on the way.
The developer of Overcast says, in a tweet, that he's reworking the 'voice boost' feature. "I have a much better understanding of dynamics processing now, and am able to make a much more gentle and adaptive adjustment while retaining the usefulness of the feature".
Digiday posts a piece about the difficulties of sharing audio on social media, and more successful ways that podcasters are marketing their shows.
Bumpers, a podcast host, is to close: you have until March 6th with the service, before it goes read-only and disappears in May. Here's more on the closure.
Vevo, the music video company, has parted ways with Australian broadcaster Southern Cross Austereo, who will no longer represent the company.
Nearly, a podcast publisher in Melbourne Australia, confirms it's to launch a podcast co-working space in Abbotsford. "Desks are available," they say in a tweet.
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