If you don't think podcasting is growing, check out what the successful subscription-based sports website The Athletic is looking for.
The Ringer goes in-depth wondering if the latest podcast-to-television adaptation - Dirty John - can live up to the success of Homecoming.
Podcasting solution provider Voxnest is partnering with with digital audio platform DAX in the UK.
In a series of tweets, Slow Burn host, and Slate writer Leon Neyfakh announced he is leaving the company to start his own podcast called FIASCO. Neyfakh is very bullish on podcasting. Here's what he had to say.
Stitcher has partnered with audio equipment manufacturer Sennheiser to outfit its two new podcast recording studios in Los Angeles and New York City. Stitcher is loading up on Sennheiser's microphones, headphones, and wireless systems.
The company is partnering with A Million Ads to offer this new service to about 3,000 podcasts in the Acast marketplace.
Anchor is launching an advertising platform called Sponsorships. The company says the program will help podcasters get paid by matching them with sponsors and help them create custom ads for their shows.
A lot of podcasters obsess over the Apple charts. Perhaps there's good reason. As podcaster Cathy Heller told us last week, when Apple popped her podcast Don't Keep Your Day Job into New and Noteworthy, it took off. Of course, Cathy delivered with some excellent content. Apparently that doesn't always need to the case.
From the parent company of Podcast Websites, a new hosting company is launching called Captivate.fm. Rebel Base Media has announced the new hosting brand will be available in January. You can pre-register now at www.captivate.fm.