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In a statement, the video sharing website said that "podcasts are a go!" 9to5google suggests that this means that the tools for podcasts are now available on YouTube studio for everyone. There is a new FAQ section in the explainer video. A request for comment has not been answered.
The details of how your show is distributed to your audience has been published by Apple.
New board members can be voted on by members of the academy. Donald Albright, Chris Cochran, John Gauntt and Rob Greenlee are standing. Members should vote before the end of the month.
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The Podcaster's utopia starts at $9. It's serious. Disctopia has the most features and flexibility of any host.
It's possible to get less than 1000 downloads per episode. You can use this tool to focus on the marketing activities that have the most impact on the growth of the show.
Hidden Force moved from Patreon to Supercast and grew 50% in 3 months. FoundMyFitness and Canadaland are among dozens of others. The case study is a good place to start.
It's ads that be damned. If you want your audience to pay for your show, launch a Patreon. It's better to focus on a Patreon than on ads. Listeners will want to pledge to a Patreon, so learn how to grow it.
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Our New Podcast Trailers feed has had a little tweak and is now an even better place to find new shows. Keep it in your podcast app for when you need new inspiration!
LiSTNR’s Just the Gist has hit ten million downloads. The show tells stories about famous scandals, true crimes, celeb drama, conspiracy theories, politics, and amazing people throughout history.
Bad Dates with Jameela Jamil is new today from Wondery - it’s the first series to debut from the SmartLess Media slate and features a panel of hilarious guests, who each share tales of their worst/craziest dates ever, and then weigh in on everyone else’s misfortune. It’s available exclusively on Amazon Music today, but everywhere next week.
Pop Culture with Chanté Joseph has returned for a second season from The Guardian. The first episode looks at the return of the Oscars and its lingering controversies - Chanté talks to author and Hollywood expert Michael Shulman about the awards campaigns that go on behind the scenes, the criticisms from actors, and why young people just aren’t watching anymore.
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