NEW YORK (AP) — Chelsea Handler is the first to admit she has commitment issues, which is why she's easing into podcasting with a limited series recorded from the current tour promoting her latest...
Spotify takes a big jump into the podcasting game
NEW YORK (AP) — Spotify is making a bigger bet on podcasts as it looks to bring a Netflix-like model of original programs to the audio world. The music-streaming pioneer gobbled up two podcasting companies, Gimlet and Anchor, on Wednesday.
Although streaming is becoming an increasingly popular way to listen to music, Spotify and other services such as Pandora have struggled to make money because of the royalties and other fees that they have to pay recording labels, songwriters and performers.
‘Ear Hustle’ host is freed, but prison podcast will go on
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — In California, inmates typically are granted parole by doing good deeds or showing they have been rehabilitated by becoming pastors, drug counselors or youth advocates. For Walter "Earlonne" Woods, the path to freedom was podcasting.
True crime fans talk murder at CrimeCon
Enterprise Center’s podcasting offers insight for entrepreneurs
The Enterprise Center has served as a key resource for minority entrepreneurs throughout the region for almost 30 years.
Now the West Philadelphia-based center is expanding its outreach to business owners through The Grit Live — a podcasting and digital internet radio station. The station currently features three weekly podcast shows including Zig Zag, hosted by Tiffany Spraggins-Payne; Feed the Beast, hosted by Chelsey Lowe; and Financial Freedom, hosted by Anthony Abney.
It was only a decade ago that podcasting was a little known medium. Today, teachers are introducing podcasts into their classroom as a way of improving their reading and writing skills and keeping their students informed while having them be a part of a narrative on a wider scale.
Podcaster takes on missing girl cold case: Bethany Markowski
JACKSON, Tenn. (AP) — Jackson native Brandon Barnett started podcasting about his own journey in the music industry a couple years ago and began a transition last year into a new genre of podcast.
Storyteller Glynn Washington dares listeners to see the world through the eyes of another
With over 400,000 podcasts on iTunes, people are discovering the thrill of a well-told story. As host and executive producer of “Snap Judgement: Storytelling with a Beat,” Glynn Washington has carved out a place as a unique storytellers with a must-listen-to podcast. His staccato-style of presentations regularly reached No. 1 on Apple Podcasts and have branched off to a "Snap Judgement" spinoff, “Spooked.”
HUNTINGTON — Marshall University's Society of Yeager Scholars is hosting live recordings of two podcasts by members of the Huntington native McElroy family — "Shmanners" and "Sawbones" — at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, at the Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center.
The aftermath of the violent gathering of white nationalists and counterprotesters in Charlottesville, Va., that resulted in three deaths last weekend has sparked a new cycle in the political podcast genre.
Podcasting has blossomed around the globe, with listeners tuning in and sharing with others their favorite shows. Podtrac publishes podcast industry rankings each month that include several news and political programs in the top 20, including “The Daily” and “Pod Save America.”
Listen in: Apple Podcasts give pundits of Black America an outlet to be heard
Storytelling in the digital age has been expanding with the availability of new media options, such as podcasting. Earlier this year, Apple officially rebranded its longstanding iTunes Podcasts as “Apple Podcasts.” The name change is reflective of the impact podcasts are having on the listening market. Black voices in news, entertainment and pop culture are utilizing podcasting in innovative ways.
Century High students awarded second in statewide Law Day Podcast Contest
POCATELLO - The Idaho Law Foundation’s Law Related Education Program is proud to announce that Pocatello students Joey and David Fica placed second in the first annual statewide Law Day Podcast Contest. Their podcast explored the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment, included an interview with Travis Hobson, Economic and Social Studies Teacher from Century High School, and discussed an Idaho based Supreme Court case, Reed v. Reed.