Caroline Crampton is a UK based journalist who has been writing about podcasts since 2014. Her journalism has appeared in publications including the Guardian, Lenny, the New Statesman and the Millions. She is a regular speaker and media commentator on the state of the podcast industry.
Last week, my eye was caught by a press release about a newly formed partnership between Bitcast, an iOS podcast clip sharing app, and Podcast Notes, a website that summarizes podcasts. The story used phrases like “a new paradigm in social audio” and “podcast clips emerge as an incredibly powerful new medium” — market clichés […]
As the US podcast industry continues to see more labor organizing, the podcast labor movement in the UK begins to take shape. The first union aimed specifically at UK podcast workers — both freelance and those already working in organizations — was established recently, situated within the Bectu union, formerly known as the Broadcasting, Entertainment, […]
- Megaphone and Pinna earnings
- The state of Hindi podcasts
- iHeart partnerships in Australia… and more!
In search of an occasional break from all that listening to people talking generally required to keep up with podcasting, I’ve found myself increasingly interested in the more experimental, “sound art” corner of the audio universe. The term “sound art” is a broad one, of course, and can be stretched to include everything from soundscape-dominated […]
- PRX investigation findings
- NPR podcasts to radio
- Political podcast spending… and more!
- iHeart acquires Voxnest
- Spotify’s morning show
- James Purnell to leave BBC… and more!
- Interim CEO for Chicago Public Media
- Audio in Google Search
- The NPR approach to news… and more
- Podfront partners with NPR
- Curtis Flowers speaks
- BBC Chair row… and more!