This Week’s Podcast News You Don’t Want to Miss – Week 45

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Podcast News

Sometimes it’s hard to keep up with what’s happening in podcasting. There’s so much podcast news available you just don’t know where to start.

That’s why we’re reading the headlines for you. Every week we’ll update you on the Audry Blog with the five most exciting headlines in the world of podcasting. A must-read during your weekend when you don’t have time to stay up to date with all the podcast news during the week. 

Let’s get started.

1. The enduring footprint of one of TV’s first big companion podcasts.

The Official Lost Podcast became a model for TV podcasts. Then it vanished from iTunes.

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2. Spotify to Acquire Audiobook Platform Findaway.

“It’s Spotify’s ambition to be the destination for all things audio both for listeners and creators. The acquisition of Findaway will accelerate Spotify’s presence in the audiobook space and will help us more quickly meet that ambition,”

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3. Michelle Beadle creating podcasting network with The Athletic.

The flagship show in the new Beadle Podcast Network will be What Did I Miss?, a sports and pop-culture focused variety show mixing comedy and analysis with Michelle’s unique point of view.

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4. Tech Essentials You Should Have Before You Start Podcasting.

Podcast newbies are sometimes taken aback from starting their podcasting project as they do not know where to begin. Luckily there is the #TechTimesLifeHack. 

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5. Triton Digital’s Sharon Taylor gives tips on how to market your podcast like a business.
In the latest episode of Audry talks Audio, Audry co-founder Niklas Hildebrand talks to Sharon Taylor, since 2019 Managing Director at Triton Digital through Triton’s acquisition of podcast technology company, Omny Studio.


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