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Plus: A new crop of studios, the growing prospects for podcasts for kids, and Nashville throws a “podcast party.”
“I’m not worried about this technology driving the humanity out of journalism. I’m really excited about the promise of technology bringing more humanity to journalism.” Also: a Michael Barbaro bot.
Plus: S-Town’s big numbers, Panoply prepares its followup to Revisionist History, and the state of audio fiction.
It borrows from the design language of magazines — but also of the web.
That’s bad in ways you already know and in more ways you don’t.
Plus: iHeartRadio digs deeper into on-demand audio, Gimlet deals with another cancellation, and even a small public radio station is finding success in true-crime podcasts.
The decline of print may mean it’s harder to reach the Times audience at the breakfast table, but The Daily aims to reach commuters heading into work.
Publishers can get a 21 percent jump in the revenue they get to keep from long-term customers — but is the subscription space on iPhones and iPads about to get too crowded?
Taking Montreal’s La Presse as its model, The Star is set to debut Star Touch — evidence of its belief that tablets offer higher engagement (and higher potential revenues) than smartphones or desktop.
Publishers thought mobile devices might let them retake control of the distribution channel. But they haven’t had as much success as they’d hoped for driving users to their single-source apps.