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Live touring is a real business for some podcasts (and you don’t need huge downloads for it to work)

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Apple, podcasting’s dominant (and mostly benign) middleman, is rebooting how it delivers shows

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The New York Times’ The Daily vs. NPR’s Up First: Which morning news podcast is better at what?

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So how in the world do you break into a career in podcasting, anyway?

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NPR’s upcoming daily news podcast sounds like a Morning Edition promo, which would be too bad

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播客增长劲头仍在, 内容与渠道之争是重要拐点

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Is Spotify’s move into original podcasts a pure platform play or something more open?

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The Corporation for Public Broadcasting is on a White House hit list for elimination

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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: What does an audio producer actually do, anyway?

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Hot Pod: The three numbers that mark the state of podcasting in 2017

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

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Hot Pod: Slate tries a rolling audio mashup to cover Election Day live

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Hot Pod: Will 60dB’s algorithms and user experience give it a lead over other audio platforms?

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Hot Pod: What will happen to the election podcast boom on Nov. 9?

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Hot Pod: Is podcasting about food the new dancing about architecture?

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Hot Pod: Gimlet risks its image as scrappy and transparent by mishandling a show cancellation

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Hot Pod: There’s a new (and problematic) way to measure which podcasts are the most popular

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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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