News for March 25, 2017
Why Podcasting's Lack of Diversity Might Be a Tech Problem - Tech.Co
Tech.CoWhy Podcasting's Lack of Diversity Might Be a Tech ProblemTech.CoDiversity in tech is a problem that just won't go away. And if you think podcasting is any different, new research has shown that it's not.AudioBoom study says lack of diversity in podcast market due to ...Talking New Mediaall 2 news articles »
Podcasting comes of age: What's behind a recent big boom - Media Life Magazine
Media Life MagazinePodcasting comes of age: What's behind a recent big boomMedia Life MagazineThis is one in a number of stories on digital radio in Media Life's ongoing series. You can subscribe to the series here or see previous stories here. Podcasting ...and more »
The Podcasting Market Earns Hundreds of Millions of Dollars Because It's Working - Observer
ObserverThe Podcasting Market Earns Hundreds of Millions of Dollars Because It's WorkingObserverAUSTINAbout a year ago we asked whether or not podcasting can finally make money. That's settled: It is. Today, the money is enough to make a few people rich but not enough yet to register in the global economy. Still, every year, the medium grows, ...
JJ Redick Talks About Being A Villain, Podcasting, And His Pick For MVP - UPROXX
UPROXXJJ Redick Talks About Being A Villain, Podcasting, And His Pick For MVPUPROXXFine, that may be a stretch. But on the long list of people who host podcasts, few are an active NBA player who spent his late teens/early 20s as one of the most notorious athletes in the country. Although, he does have some stiff competition. Redick ...
On-Demand Is in Demand - Radio World
On-Demand Is in DemandRadio WorldThis works out to U.S. podcast listening growing by 25 percent annually, a startling trend by anyone's measure. This is why the 2017 NAB Show is putting podcasting in the forefront (see sidebar below) including a session titled Today in Podcasting: A ...
The future of podcasting is strong, but the present needs to catch up - Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard
Nieman Journalism Lab at HarvardThe future of podcasting is strong, but the present needs to catch upNieman Journalism Lab at HarvardThe share of Americans who report being monthly podcast listeners (the key metric in my mind) is now 24 percent (67 million), up from 21 percent (57 million) the year before. That's a 14 percent (or 3 percentage point) growth year-over-year. The story ...This Week in Podcasting: 'Missing Richard Simmons'Campus News'Missing Richard Simmons,' the Morally Suspect PodcastNew York Timesall 26 news articles »
Walter Isaacson Is Getting Into Podcasting With a Series About Technology - Adweek
AdweekWalter Isaacson Is Getting Into Podcasting With a Series About TechnologyAdweekThat's the premise of Dell Technologies' new six-part podcast series called Trailblazers, which launches today. Working with Vancouver-based branded podcast company Pacific Content, the series is hosted by journalist Walter Isaacson, who is known ...
Popularity of podcasting soaring - Fenton Tri County Times
Fenton Tri County TimesPopularity of podcasting soaringFenton Tri County TimesWhile podcasting has been around for years, its popularity has soared in the past decade. The Pew Research Center reported that 2.6 billion podcasts were downloaded in 2014. Podcasts are online radio shows, typically lasting about an hour, specializing ...
Journalism class begins podcasting - Chino Champion
Chino ChampionJournalism class begins podcastingChino ChampionInside the fishbowl of the Don Lugo High journalism department's new podcasting station on March 3 are student hosts Johnny Palavecino (far right wearing headset) and Chris Morales (center in front). They're getting ready to interview Don Lugo ...
Why live podcasts are becoming a big deal this year - Digiday - Digiday
DigidayWhy live podcasts are becoming a big deal this year - DigidayDigidayPodcasters like to argue that theirs is the most intimate medium. But to grow their businesses, more and more of them are getting into live events, with producers ...and more »