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“I only make unimportant things now, but it’s all the unimportant things that really make up our lives.”
“They’ve never said, ‘We got that wrong.'”
Plus: How researchers used OpenAI’s GPT model to take on a month’s worth of “boring” and “rote” work
This month, City Cast published guest demographic data for podcasts in its 11 cities and analyzed how that data compared to each local community.
In an era where the “easy money” is gone, celebrity sluggers are beyond reach, and commercial outfits are pulling back, public radio orgs can win by leaning into data and ideas that helped them create the art form.
The sports news site built its model around comprehensive beat reporting. But in recent months, The Athletic has pulled back from dedicated coverage of professional teams.
“We have created this podcast as an easy way for any parent, citizen, or interested party to get the highlights, and our take, on what happened last night at School Committee.”
Plus: What people expect from podcasts as a form of journalism, improving reporting on suicide saves lives, and the important role of Google Knowledge Panels in cueing confidence in news organizations.