The Black & Brown Podcast Collective has announced it will be awarding microgrants to Black women in podcasting. The “Black Women, the Experience Podcast Grant” will award the grants to Black women sharing their unique stories and experiences through podcasting.
Former New York City police detective and private investigator Bo Dietl will give listeners an uncensored take on true crime and the issues of the day in his new One Tough Podcast, on 77 WABC’s OG Podcast Network.
It made him so mad he cut a video about it on The Podcast Editors Club Facebook page. A member posted a note asking if someone would edit his podcast for free. Steve didn't take kindly to that and here's why...
Billy McFarland has been put in solitary confinement for recording a podcast about his role in the failed Fyre Festival, his lawyer tells The New York Times.
Matt Shaer is the host of Over My Dead Body, a true story about a murder that takes place in Tallahassee. This is part three of our interview with Shaer about his tremendously successful podcast and his partnership with Wondery.
Mohn did not say much about NPR’s rating service RAD (Remote Audio Data), which is technology that is supposed to be able to show advertisers whether their ads are actually being listened to.
Podcast editing gurus Mark Deal and Steve Stewart are hosting a live stream today with attorney Gordon Firemark. If you have any questions about forming a legal entity for your podcast this is a must-see presentation. The event begins at 2pm ET. To watch, you need to join the Podcast Editors FB Group HERE.
Season 1 of The History of Standup chronicled the events and evolution of standup comedy from vaudeville to Netflix — Season 2 takes a closer look at the venues where standup took place, from the people who were there.