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It’s like the readers going to a watch party or trivia event, but with less effort — perhaps literally by staying at home.
Plus: HBO buys in, ESPN brags condescendingly, big networks scale back, and Call Your Girlfriend plots its future. Also, gifs.
Plus: PRX expands, WNYC shuffles, NPR stagnates, Dirty John adapts, Macmillan strategizes, and Gimlet parties.
Plus: Radiotopia’s Millennial comes to a close, another podcast-to-TV adaptation, and reaching the growing audience of young, middle-class Latinos.
Plus: The outlook for podcasts following the election; Radio Ambulante signs a deal with NPR; a Serial spinoff.
As “second screen” offerings from TV networks mushroom, online outlets are jostling for attention with live shows of their own.
Plus: GE comes back for another round of native podcast advertising, Radiotopia bets on a show made in prison, and Adobe is making it easy to create doctored audio.
Plus: Gimlet announces a new slate of shows, NPR focuses on internal talent development, and Audible puts one of its shows outside the paywall.
Plus: Radiotopia finds expanding a donor base a different challenge than starting one, NPR refocuses for innovation, and The New York Times reaches its youngest audience ever with podcasts.
Plus: Panoply expands to London, Midroll makes a bigger bet on live events, and Bloomberg finds audio success.