The streaming company expects the finished product to be available to all Pandora users in a few weeks. The new platform is powered by Pandora’s Podcast Genome Project, a cataloging system and discovery algorithm
The big word for podcasting is definitely “growth” -- "explosive growth" might be more apt. And ESPN Podcasts is certainly on that ride.
National Public Radio has launched a Student Podcast Challenge. The contest is open to kids across the country and it begins on January 1st.
Marketwatch has a length piece on how the two streaming pure-plays are hoping their podcasting strategy will help them tap into more revenue.
Sara Jerde at Ad Age takes on that question, and it's clear the answer is a big, fat, giant, YES.
Last week, Pandora announced it was launching a new podcast platform. Out of the gate, the launch (now in beta) will include about 420 shows.
With help from PRX, Google is looking to lower barriers and increase the diversity of voices in podcasting.
That's according to data Edison Research's Tom Webster posted this week.
(By Richard Davies) For more than three decades I spent my working life in network radio news. Podcasting is different. Here's why.
That was the question asked by hosts Todd Cochrane and Mike Dell on Your Podcast, Monday. Of course, Todd and Mike answer that question by providing excellent reasons why you should -- or perhaps should not -- start a podcast.