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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: Will the next wave of audio advertising make podcasts sound like (yuck) commercial radio?

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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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A new player aims to bring the podcast advertising analytics some want (and others fear)

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How can news organizations better prepare the next generation of editors?

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Are too many people skipping the ads in podcasts?

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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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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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Decoding what makes a podcast a hit on the iTunes charts

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What should an on-demand news podcast look like?

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Is “Why doesn’t audio go viral?” the wrong question to ask?

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Revisiting the question: Why doesn’t audio go viral?

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About a year after Serial (and Hot Pod’s launch), what does the future of podcasts look like?

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Decoding the secret histories of podcasting

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Why is WNYC making such a big bet on podcasts?

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This American Life’s audio hackathon, the end of an indie podcast, and Audible’s new hire

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