A good number of people in the podcasting industry were quite surprised last week when, at Podcast Movement's Evolutions, a new organization called The Podcast Academy was announced.
During a webinar to promote their Podcast Listener Buying Power Service, Nielsen executives reported that the smartphone is the reason podcast listening is growing 20% every year. The ratings firm also predicts that listening could double by 2023.
Forbes has published a list of top earning podcasters. And, you may be surprised - perhaps even shocked - at how much money these five podcasters are making from their shows.
This new 5-part podcast series teaches podcasters how to up their game with expert lessons on pitching, booking, interviewing and editing. The host is Gimlet co-founder Alex Blumberg.
We first reported on this story back in March 2019 when the estate of John McLemore dropped a lawsuit on Serial Productions. McLemore was the subject of the wildly popular podcast S-Town.
Matt Cundill is the host of The Sound Off Podcast and CEO of The Sound Off Media Company, which he launched back in 2015. On his podcast Matt interviews broadcasters, podcaters and new media moguls. Here's what Matt thinks about 2019 and the year ahead.
He's known as The Podcast Consultant. Mathew Passy is a podcast producer and consultant who's been podcasting himself for 11 years and producing podcasts for others for the last 5. Here's what Mathew has to say about 2019 and the year ahead.
Steve Goldstein jumped into the podcasting pool early. He saw the writing on the wall and left radio (after a very successful career) to launch Amplifi Media to focus on an industry he saw exploding. Today Steve is considered to be one of the top dogs in the podcasting space. Let's see what he has to say...
In our continuing series about the future of podcasting, we check in with Evo Terra. Over the next several weeks, we'll be asking a long line of experts to summarize 2019 and give us their insights on what to expect in 2020. Evo is a professional contrarian and host of Podcast Pontifications.
(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.