(By Tim O’Brien) Over the years, I’ve had the chance to study the relationship between the media and the public relations industry from several angles. Here's what I've learned.
Sara Jerde at Ad Age takes on that question, and it's clear the answer is a big, fat, giant, YES.
Jody Avirgan runs and hosts 30 for 30 Podcasts, part of ESPN Films. He oversees the production of two seasons of original audio documentaries each year, and hosts conversations with filmmakers and others in between seasons.
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 John Dennis) There are two questions I hear most often: "How do I start a podcast?" and, "How do I grow my audience?" Here are five tactics to achieve those aims.
(By Traci Long DeForge) Podcasts are trending right now because they are accessible, portable, and listeners can listen to them whenever it is convenient. But you need to get off on the right foot.
On December 3, The Washington Post will be launching Post Reports, a new 20-minute daily news podcast that will go live weekdays at 5 p.m.
The day before Thanksgiving, and after serving 21 years in prison, Governor Jerry Brown made a call to Earlonne Woods and told him he has served enough time.