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    Mija Podcast: Lory Martinez on the Love of Language

    Lory Martinez, founder and CEO of Paris-based Studio Ochenta, is an inspiringly busy creator. Making audio stories in different languages is a clear calling...

    Podcasters, educators collaborate to bring their shows to the classroom

    A new school year is underway, and students from kindergarten through college seniors are settling into their routines. Increasingly, their classroom experiences are including...

    Pinna CEO Maggie McGuire on Truly Ad-Free Children’s Audio

    Maggie McGuire, the CEO of Pinna, is all about blazing new territory. Since taking the wheel of the company in January, the former Scholastic...

    Questions for Brad Mielke, Host of ABC’s Start Here

      Brad Mielke, host of leading daily news podcast Start Here, is an ABC News correspondent based in New York. Start Here takes a straightforward...

    Celebrity Podcasts Roundtable: Challenges and Opportunities

    With their built-in fan followings, the stars of YouTube, television, cinema, sports and social media have a lot of advantages when it comes to...

    Why Advertisers Love Celebrity Podcasts

    Are Hollywood A-listers stealing the limelight (and potential ad dollars) from podcasting's self-made stars? That was one of the questions posed by freelance journalist Nicole...

    A Content Strategist’s Guide to Marketing Yourself at Podcast Conferences

    Brought to you by RadioPublic's podcast librarian So! You’re going to a podcast conference! Congratulations, excellent choice, and godspeed—you’re about to meet so many people,...

    A Map for Social Media & Your Podcast

    If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a thousand times: You have got to market your podcast. When you’re knee-deep in your second...

    A Different Set of Common Podcast Questions

    I have been working in the podcasting space since 2008, and have two shows, each with over 100 episodes. As I spread the word about my current podcast, I receive countless questions about the ins and outs of podcasting. Some of the questions are pretty typical, but other questions cause me to pause, reflect and think about an answer. Here are five questions and answers that aren’t as common but continue to come up frequently.

    The Evolution of Podcasting Presented by Tenderfoot TV and Cadence 13 – Panel

    Whether it's by cracking cold cases, creating platforms for social change, generating new works of fiction, or inspiring some of TV's most compelling docu-series, podcasts have revolutionized storytelling. Some of the biggest content creators in the podcasting industry take the stage to discuss how the medium has pushed boundaries, become a catalyst of thoughtful conversation, and an inspiration for listeners and creators alike.

    Live Touring for Podcasts – Panel

    A panel of industry professionals and seasoned touring podcasters sit down to discuss the current state live touring for podcast artists and answer your questions.

    Podcasting’s Next Frontier: 100 Million Listeners – Tom Webster of Edison research

    Edison Research is back again this year with another new study commissioned especially for Podcast Movement. Edison's Podcast Consumer research series shows that there are millions of Americans who say they know what a podcast is, and have maybe even tried one--but they aren't regular listeners to podcasts today.

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    Conferences can be overwhelming. Most people look at the program, select a few sessions and just hope to meet and network with someone who...

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