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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.
“We are trying to be very conscious that pulling a lever in one place has an impact elsewhere.”
Plus: Gimlet ends Sampler, Science Friday expands, and a new resource makes it easier to discover podcasts by people of color.
Plus: Radiotopia turns to its listeners for support again, a podcast network partners with a book publishing house, and WNYC starts rolling out internships paid at something closer to a reasonable wage.
More than 6 million users checked out the factcheck, sending record traffic (especially on mobile) to the site.
60dB, named for the volume at which a human speaks and founded by a former Planet Money reporter and two others with backgrounds at Netflix, is being teased as a “service for high-quality, short-form stories.”
Plus new leadership at NPR One, CNN and Fox News expand podcast programming, and a new Bay Area tech company to keep and eye on.
The podcast world is much broader than those who first heard about it through Serial would think. But what role can news and journalism play in the evolving medium? Part 5 of a five-part series on the business of on-demand audio.