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.
According to a new study from Nielsen the average age of the podcast listener is 39 years old. And, perhaps more importantly, for advertisers to know is the average salary of that podcast listener is $87,000.
(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.
(By Richard Davies) In the four-and-a-half years since leaving network broadcasting for podcasting, I have learned a thing or two, and un-learned a great deal more.
This time we have some REAL news concerning the Netflix of podcasting. Spotify and Netflix are teaming up for a 6-episode series to accompany the release of a Netflix TV show .
Podcaster Amy Woods has written a new book called Content 10x. In the book, among other great advice, Amy explains the most effective ways to grow audience and get your message heard. Here's our interview with Amy about the book.
(By Sheletta Brundidge) While reading about Jessica and Elsie’s inaugural event, I started salivating. I wanted to be a part of an event where ladies who like to talk would come together to learn, laugh and love on one another.
(By Ed Ryan) Sean Cuddihy is the host of the Room 9 podcast. That was Sean's room number in his long-term Substance Use Disorder treatment program. A little over two years ago Sean was living on the streets, addicted to heroin. He burned every bridge with the people who loved him. He stole, he lied, he manipulated.