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University of Wollongong's free online podcast course

Thursday 04 July, 2019

The University of Wollongong is offering a free online course on podcasting for a limited time.

Participants will learn learn how to plan, write and publish your own podcast, and why the audio medium is so powerful for storytelling.

Topics covered include:

Podcasting health check #RDE19

Sunday 07 April, 2019

Checking the health of the emerging podcast industry at Radiodays Europe, Matt Deegan (Foder Media), Tom Webster (Senior VP, Edison Research USA) and James Cridland (Editor of Podnews.net and radioinfo columnist) examined the vital signs of podcasting in 2019.
 
 

Simplicity, scale and a safe brand environment underpin SCA’s monetisation strategy: Grant Blackley #RDE19

Sunday 07 April, 2019

Southern Cross Austereo CEO Grant Blackley spoke at a Radiodays session hosted by radioinfo’s Steve Ahern, where he gave insights into the business strategies behind SCA’s monetisation strategies for digital radio and podcasting.
 
SCA’s digital radio strategy is to use the 50% of additional DAB+ spectrum that it owns to aggregate its audience around its two major networks, Hit and Triple M, and to bring all its regional stations into brand harmony with within one of the two networks.

Spotify 'grows the pie' for podcasting in USA

Saturday 23 February, 2019

American podcast company Panoply has released data that indicates that Spotify is "growing the pie" for podcast listening in the United States.

Acast secures $45 million in funding

Wednesday 05 December, 2018

Acast has secured investment funding equivalent to $45 million, led by a group of European Investors.

How to get in on the podcasting boom #RadioAlive2018

Saturday 20 October, 2018

Podcasting is one of the fastest growing on-demand mediums in Australia. But can just anyone make a podcast?

How does the medium differ to radio? And what’s the secret to a successful pitch?

It took me two months to get up the courage to release this podcast: Ash Bradnam #RadioAlive2018

Friday 19 October, 2018

“You don’t know what you’ve done… he’s going to die…”
 
Ash Bradnam talked about his podcast Addicted during a Radio Alive conference session about podcasting, playing some audio of his wife’s response to seeing him come out of a bottle shop.
 
The podcast is his story of alcohol addiction.
 
“I needed the time to tell my story. I’m an alcoholic, three years sober.
 

Radio industry unites to grow podcasting #RadioAlive2018

Friday 19 October, 2018

Commercial Radio Australia will establish a Podcast Working Group, comprised of major radio players - commercial, ABC and SBS - to spearhead the development of the growing podcast industry in Australia.

Announcing the initiative at today's Radio Alive national conference, Joan Warner said the working group will be charged with developing an all-of-industry podcast strategy, including recommendations on measurement, promotion and research.

James Cridland looks at the changing podcast audience

Wednesday 17 October, 2018

Podcasting expert and radioinfo columnist, James Cridland addressed OzPod in Melbourne today, for the session ‘Who is Our Audience’.
 
The following is a summary of his presentation
 

ABC survey reveals women turn to true crime podcasts

Wednesday 17 October, 2018

The ABC’s third annual podcast survey has found the popularity of podcasts is on the rise with Australians listening to more podcasts more often, driven in part by the growing appetite among women for true crime tales.

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