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Illustration: “American Factory”

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Grow the pie: Podcast revenue seems to be growing fast enough for everyone to get a slice

Plus: Google’s latest table-stakes move, Stuff You Should Know sets a record, and In The Dark keeps blowing up.

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Programmatic advertising is coming to audio. Should podcast producers embrace it or run for the hills?

Plus: A $1 million podcast talent deal, TV recap culture in audio form, and the delight of regional accents.

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So why is a coalition of public radio giants buying a podcast app, exactly?

Plus: The BBC World Service leans into podcast-first development, Revisionist History returns, and Trader Joe’s podcast is the new Two-Buck Chuck.

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Google wants to do for podcasts on Android what Apple did for podcasts on iOS

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How do HomePod’s meh sales affect Apple’s place in the podcast ecosystem?

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Phew, we’ve apparently solved 97% of the podcast measurement problem — everybody relax

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True podcast love, in all of us command: This is how Canada listens to podcasts

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NPR brags about its ratings (and its podcast-to-broadcast crossovers)

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Homepages may be dead, but are daily news podcasts the new front page?

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Enough with the “round-robin hot takes”: Techmeme tries a new kind of aggregation show

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Alexa, can you get my kid to brush his teeth? (Oh, and Alexa? How exactly can I make money with you?)

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Podcast publishers, start preserving your stuff. (This podcast will tell you how.)

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Will moving to radio put a strain on what makes The Daily work so well as a podcast?

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Today, Explained, explained: Vox enters the daily news podcast race with a comma-happy, personality-driven show

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Can public radio powerhouse WNYC navigate a crisis of its own making?

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Turns out people really like podcasts after all (and now we have numbers to prove it)

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Subcast wants to bring podcast publishers and smart-speaker users together

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Who needs video? Slate is pivoting to audio, and making real money doing it

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What the rise of the smart speaker might mean for podcasts (and on-demand audio in general)

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