We are gearing up to publish our first print issue of The Podcast Business Journal -- just in time for Podcast Movement in August. In that issue we'll be publishing a list of the best storytellers in podcasting.
The New York Said Podcast is a cornucopia of characters and people host Amon Focus meets in New York City, all trying to live out their lives and dreams in one of the world's greatest cities.
That's according to Nielsen's latest Total Audience Report, which is for the 3rd quarter of 2018, and for Americans 18 and over.
Those are the words of Vice President of Podcaster Relations for Libsyn Rob Walch who was a keynote speaker at Podfest last week. Walch is also a Podcast Business Journal Editorial Board Member. Walch addressed an issue every podcaster worries about: 'How long should my podcast be?'
(By Richard Davies) The podcasting industry is about to get another burst of mainstream media coverage, with the release of the 2019 Edison Research “Infinite Dial” listening survey later today (2 p.m. Eastern).
(By Robin Kinnie) 2018 was considered the year of the woman by many. The #MeToo movement, historic rise of women to elected office and other initiatives all played a role in women making advances – including podcasting. Strides but nowhere near equality.
We've been hearing the news about a potential Spotify deal to purchase Gimlet, however, adding hosting company Anchor into the mix is new news and a clear sign Spotify is getting serious about podcasting.
Eric Zane was once flying high as part of the Free Beer & Hot Wings syndicated radio show. After 15 years, he wore out his welcome and they let him go. Then in 2016, Cumulus hired him to host mornings in Grand Rapids. Earlier this year, he lost that job.
(By Thom Singer) If you want to grow your podcast's audience, you have to stand out from the crowd. Too many podcasters copy the format of a popular show. Bad idea.