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Shows are moving well beyond a simple MP3 file and an RSS feed. But will new data, targeting, discoverability, and social tools push podcasting in the direction of commercial radio? Part 4 of a five-part series on the business of on-demand audio.
Plus: The economics of an independent podcast, a so-so new set of podcast advertising guidelines, and the rise of the “ear computer.”
Plus: A look at the podcast network Relay FM, Questlove gets a new gig, and new open tools for transcriptions and tagging.
Plus: A middle ground in appeals for data; BuzzFeed’s politics podcast for the non-wonk; reservations over dynamic ad insertion.
The same trends we saw a decade ago — professionalization on one hand, platformization on the other — sure seem to be playing out again.
Everybody’s trying to figure out how to make audio more shareable. Will audio spread more widely if it’s producers doing the curation or listeners?
When your product depends on a (free) third-party platform, the rules can change at any time. Twitter’s are now. Andrew Phelps
Thanks to geofencing, both apps are now able to update your stories when you leave home or work.
Plus: Pew studies on declining trust in the media and local news consumption, Business Insider faces accusations of unethical aggregation, and the rest of the week’s media and tech news. Mark Coddington
A generation of tools make articles more readable by stripping away ads — but is it at the expense of publishers’ underlying economics? Lois Beckett