Public radio’s latest existential drama, along with my view into 2022, and the questions I ask when I’m listening to someone pitch a podcast idea.
It seems that today podcasting is filled with a few upper class millionaires and a lot of strivers, with not much in-between them.
Single-season episodic narratives are hard to make, and even harder to make successful. What can we learn?
Everyone has a hot take on the “talent drain” in public radio–but few see beyond the mythology and talk about the realities of what those departing are…
I didn’t say it’s LIKE social media, I mean it literally IS social media.
I was recently invited to participate in a rapid-fire toss out of ideas at Radiodays Europe. Here is what I said.
Why conversations about Clubhouse should really be about the future of live broadcast...and what surprised me when I conducted a listener survey asking…
This person, talking about this thing, at this moment in time. Years ago, I once was asked what were the base elements of a successful podcast..and that…
In the summer of 2020, we set out to make a reality podcast about dating. Since then almost everything about that project changed. Today we want to…
Focusing on the needs of the audience, not you, is critical to podcast success.
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Despite minor drama and lots of new options, the underlying fact is that subscriptions will unlock the next level of podcasting, and this is great.
“How many episodes?” It’s often the first question that’s asked about a new podcast. It’s a sign of our obsession with form over function and often…