Once more I’m podcasting the Edinburgh Fringe, but it’s not the show you might be expecting.
Spotify’s latest moves will keep podcast listeners away from the wider online community that has embraces podcast’s open nature.
It might not be easy to see, but Apple’s exclusive podcast still uses open standards and isn’t locked into iCloud.
How can the massive podcast directories moderate the shows that they list? Is it even possible?
Well, I’m going to go all ‘Grandpa Simpson’ about the number of new services that don’t feel like my romantic notion of being a podcast.
One of the last big indie podcast producers has been purchased by Amazon. What happens next?