I was recently invited to participate in a rapid-fire toss out of ideas at Radiodays Europe. Here is what I said.
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Apple vs. Spotify, the future of public radio, annoying things about podcasting...I asked readers for AMA-style questions, you sent them in, and I did …
“Messiahs” are rarely what we want them to be or what we think we need, but most times they just don’t show up.
Single-season episodic narratives are hard to make, and even harder to make successful. What can we learn?
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.
One of the reasons podcasts fail is because creators forget to make a place for the audience nor ask them for help.
One of the most cinematic true crime podcasts you’ll ever hear is now free and easy to hear.
The obsession with being #1 has rooted itself in podcasting, which is one of the mediums where being the biggest is almost meaningless.
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