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Articles by Nicholas Quah

Nicholas Quah is the founder and writer of Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts that appears on Nieman Lab.
Plus: The overlap between podcasts and retail politics, the under-examined world of copcasts, and a message to you, from Rudy.
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Plus: Luminary shuffles execs after a slow start, Spotify thinks it’s “onto something special” in converting podcast fans, and (NPR One + NPR) = 1?
Plus: The Longest Shortest Time is about to clock out, Crooked Media goes daily, and WNYC resoundingly re-Sounds.
Plus: ESPN jumps into the daily flagship audio game, the podcast book tour, and more impeachment podcasts.
They do! Plus: Apple aims for a “super-bundle,” Luminary shuffles executives, StartUp tells its own tale, and Dolly Parton’s America.
Plus: Slate plans a spinoff show, Canadians predict the future, and the onslaught of daily election podcasts begins.
Plus: RedCircle wants to build monetization for podcasting’s middle class, Gastropod turns five, and adventures in music licensing.
Plus: NPR expects Podcast $$ to surpass Broadcast $$ by next year.
Plus: New leadership at NPR, Apple App Store drama, and Limetown is coming to the small screen.