Plus: S-Town heads to the big screen, Australian podcasting is projected to grow, and a quiet podcast startup raises money
Post-election, how do you create a politics podcast for a market (still) flooded with politics podcasts?
Welcome to Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts. This is issue 130, published August 1, 2017. Strong early feedback for NPR’s Wow in the World. Kids’ podcasts: there are rising arguments for more, and we now have some numbers for those looking into building a strategy. NPR tells me that Wow in the World, the […]
Welcome to Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts. This is issue 121, published May 30, 2017. Back from vacation, folks. We’re talking conventions, independent media, The Daily v. Up First, and careers. Let’s get to it. PodCon. The crop of live podcasting programming — or festivals or conferences or whatever you’d like to call it […]
Welcome to Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts. This is issue 118, published May 2, 2017. Gretta Cohn officially launches her new podcast studio. About two months after announcing her departure from Midroll, where Cohn most recently served as the company’s executive producer, her solo venture now has a name and an initial client list. The […]
Welcome to Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts. This is issue 117, published April 25, 2017. Notes on the podcast consumer. Last week, Edison Research released its Podcast Consumer 2017 survey findings, which is a supplementary breakout study from its annual Infinite Dial report. Turns out that nothing has fundamentally changed about how we think about […]
Welcome to Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts. This is issue 114, published April 4, 2017. First things first. NPR announced Monday that it’s launching something called Up First, a take on the morning news brief podcast that draws from the DNA of Morning Edition, one of NPR’s two tentpole programs. Editions will be published at 6 […]