The results of a pay survey among UK audio producers has been published. A summary of the findings can be viewed now on the UK Audio Network’s resources page (UKAN, in case you’re not familiar, is the main UK audio email listserv started by Lily Ames to “promote transparency, industry growth and community building” and […]
This week, I’m wrapping up — for now, anyway — my multi-part look into the different ways podcasters make money from their shows with this profile on Muddy Knees, which largely tells the story of how a group of creators who first built an audience at a publication they did not own fared after they […]
Acast, the Swedish podcast hosting and content company that recently raised $35 million in series C funding, has acquired Pippa, a smaller podcast hosting and analytics startup, for an undisclosed sum. Pippa, which vaguely resembles Anchor as a DIY hosting solution, has four employees who will now join the Acast team as the two platforms’ […]
The BBC seems to be restructuring the way its digital platforms in the internal hierarchy.
Interestingly, this isn’t coming directly from the Sounds team.
In the midst of the Google-BBC kerfuffle last week — in which the BBC pulled their shows from parts of the Google podcast ecosystem citing competition issues, catch up here — the corporation also released its annual plan, which sets out “intentions and future priorities for the year.” The plan has three intended audiences: firstly, […]
On the BBC’s “Annual Plan”
The BBC World Service looks to follow up Death in Ice Valley and My Indian Life.
The BBC’s World Service, having found some momentum in podcasts, hoping to build on these successes with their next big launch: Parentland, a “global parenting podcast.”