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The true crime show that’s gotten comparisons to Serial is heading for a second season and a new case

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Hot Pod: If we want podcasting to remain open to everyone, we’re going to have to organize

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Hot Pod: Smart speakers, TV adaptations, newsier podcasts, and other things to watch for in 2017

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Hot Pod: Is investigative reporting well served by podcasts?

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Hot Pod: Macmillan’s new network shows how podcasts can be a logical next step for book publishers

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Hot Pod: Should Apple become a more useful middleman for the podcast industry — and if so, how?

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Hot Pod: The indies weigh in on a podcast business gone pro (“Capitalism!”)

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Hot Pod: Did the election podcast glut of 2016 fail its listeners?

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Hot Pod: Is there an opening for budding U.K. podcast businesses to challenge the BBC?

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The podcast industry puts on a too-big blazer and tries to impress the old guy at the party

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New podcasts, more existential public radio talk, and progress on intern wages

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Is the Stitcher deal a step toward a closed podcast ecosystem?

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A podcast ranking that misses a lot, new listenership data, and funny Australians

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We now have new, free rankings to show how podcasts stack up against each other

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Like it or not, audio is entering the Content Wars. How do we navigate that fight?

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As more podcasts become TV shows, can their founders retain creative control?

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Is $12-a-day a fair wage for New York’s many radio interns?

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How big are Audible’s ambitions in changing short-form audio? Really, really big

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Can podcasts move beyond talking heads to produce digital-first audio news?

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A few important new players are going to change what people think of as a “podcast”

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