(By Traci Long DeForge) You’ve got podcasting questions, and Traci Long DeForge is here to answer them. Traci is the founder of Produce Your Podcast and a member of the PBJ Editorial Board. This week Traci answers questions on all things sponsorship.
Keynote speaker, Wondery’s founder and CEO Hernan Lopez, announced the new Podcast Academy, which will introduce the equivalent of the Oscars and Emmys for podcasting.
(By Traci Long DeForge) You’ve got podcasting questions, and Traci Long DeForge is here to answer them. Today’s BIG questions are focused on how websites are beneficial for growing your audience.
(By Matty Staudt) I have gotten to see, and give some guidance to, some folks who have entered the space unprepared. I present to you, five things to avoid when starting a podcast company.
(By Traci Long DeForge) You’ve launched your podcast. You’ve put so much passion, energy, and resources into getting your message just right and your audio sounding great...yet...your audience has stagnated or is simply not meeting your expectations. Sound familiar?
Over the next several weeks PBJ will be grilling the experts. We'll be asking them to summarize 2019 and give us their insights on what to expect in 2020. We start our special feature off with Matty Staudt, former Director of Content at Stitcher, VP of Podcast Programming at iHeart and now President of Jam Street Media.
(By Matty Staudt) One thing I love about the podcast industry is the comradery that is shared. I often give advice to folks who may be considered competition and I have received help from folks who may consider me the same.
(By Dave Jackson) You look at your stats and it seems your podcast is not growing. It may be worse and your numbers are going down. In the immortal words of Charlie Brown, “ARGH!” Here's how to get a handle on reality...
(By Traci Long DeForge) This week Traci answers questions on podcasts as a networking tool, writing a high-impact podcast description, and finding guests for your show.
(By Matty Staudt) Putting a podcast together is a lot of work. Once you have invested time and money into producing your show, you then have to think about how to launch it successfully.