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"andrew susman" Discussed on podnews

podnews

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"andrew susman" Discussed on podnews

"Dot net. Acoss has launched a cast access a product that allows podcast publishers to offer subscription based podcasts behind a publisher's own pay wall, which listeners can then play in the podcasting app of their choice. It's a very different model to luminaries subscription plans for podcasting a cast access apparently allowing premium content to be played in almost any podcast app. The Canadian media, conglomerate Rogers media has acquired Pacific content. Canada's first branded podcast company. The company will join Rogers, but we'll continue to operate as a standalone business, more radio activity correlation has been hired by a are an Australian radio broadcaster has commercial products and audio partnerships director fifteen percent of Australians listened to a podcast in the past week say Edison research and a partial release of their two thousand nineteen infinite dial Australia study, and I was slightly lower than in the US. Where twenty two percent weekly listeners the research is fully compatible bomb. Brennan's audio land conference today also included chance about brand safety and exclusivity with podcast heads from Australia. We linked to those from our show notes and our newsletter today. Also in our newsletter apple have dated documentation and emailed podcasters about their new web player and episode pages. If you've not the Email, we we reproduce it in full patriots have explained their copyright and terms of use which some podcasters have queried. There's nothing unusual in them spotify's testing algorithm driven podcast recommendations alongside their music recommendations as well. The Wall Street Journal and Gimblett daily news podcasts were launched this summer yesterday in an internal E mail that we've seen we discover the two new co hosts Kate line, bow is the Wall Street Journal's deputy US news coverage chief Ryan nuts. And is a former Wall Street Journal tech. Telco reporter also announced Andrew Susman is going to be joining as the executive producer. He joins from the world, which is a co production between the BBC W H in Boston and PRI audio to video social sharing company. Headliner has announced to deal with Entercom. A US radio broadcaster Verizon have announced a set of new podcast from Yahoo. Finance and deal with ads ways to offer programmatic advertising. Audio burst audio search company has announced the launch of a service with flip board, offering clips of broadcast radio and podcasts to flip boards users US research company. Nielsen has written a piece tracking brand awareness in podcast advertising. Indie pod fest. Two thousand nineteen is a festival at Indy podcast makers and fans in Melbourne in Victoria, Australia. They have launched a crowdfunding push. The festival is looking for nineteen thousand five hundred dollars to hold an event. In July and the Cincinnati podcast festival in October. He's putting out a call for entries to podcasters the want to present and perform at this year's festival. Thank you to evergreen podcasts. A welcoming new podcast network designed for the creative class to create listen and inspire and also to headliner tools to promote your podcast on social media with video for both becoming pod news supporters today and funding this ridiculously long episode of pod Hughes today. Thank you to them. We do also mentioned

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"andrew susman" Discussed on podnews

podnews

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"andrew susman" Discussed on podnews

"The latest from pod news dot net. Acoss has launched a cast access a product that allows podcast publishers to offer subscription based podcasts behind a publisher's own pay wall, which listeners can then play in the podcasting app of their choice. It's a very different model to luminaries subscription plans for podcasting a cast access apparently allowing premium content to be played in almost any podcast app. The Canadian media, conglomerate Rogers media has acquired Pacific content. Canada's first branded podcast company. The company will join Rogers, but we'll continue to operate as a standalone business, more radio activity correlation has been hired by a are an Australian radio broadcaster has commercial products and audio partnerships director fifteen percent of Australians listened to a podcast in the past week say Edison research and a partial release of their two thousand nineteen infinite dial Australia study, and I was slightly lower than in the US. Where twenty two percent weekly listeners the research is fully compatible bomb. Brennan's audio land conference today also included chance about brand safety and exclusivity with podcast heads from Australia. We linked to those from our show notes and our newsletter today. Also in our newsletter apple have dated documentation and emailed podcasters about their new web player and episode pages. If you've not the Email, we we reproduce it in full patriots have explained their copyright and terms of use which some podcasters have queried. There's nothing unusual in them spotify's testing algorithm driven podcast recommendations alongside their music recommendations as well. The Wall Street Journal and Gimblett daily news podcasts were launched this summer yesterday in an internal E mail that we've seen we discover the two new co hosts Kate line, bow is the Wall Street Journal's deputy US news coverage chief Ryan nuts. And is a former Wall Street Journal tech. Telco reporter also announced Andrew Susman is going to be joining as the executive producer. He joins from the world, which is a co production between the BBC W H in Boston and PRI audio to video social sharing company. Headliner has announced to deal with Entercom. A US radio broadcaster Verizon have announced a set of new podcast from Yahoo. Finance and deal with ads ways to offer programmatic advertising. Audio burst audio search company has announced the launch of a service with flip board, offering clips of broadcast radio and podcasts to flip boards users US research company. Nielsen has written a piece tracking brand awareness in podcast advertising. Indie pod fest. Two thousand nineteen is a festival at Indy podcast makers and fans in Melbourne in Victoria, Australia. They have launched a crowdfunding push. The festival is looking for nineteen thousand five hundred dollars to hold an event. In July and the Cincinnati podcast festival in October. He's putting out a call for entries to podcasters the want to present and perform at this year's festival. Thank you to evergreen podcasts. A welcoming new podcast network designed for the creative class to create listen and inspire and also to headliner tools to promote your podcast on social media with video for both becoming pod news supporters today and funding this ridiculously long episode of pod Hughes today. Thank you to them. We do also mentioned a bunch of new podcasts, including the Chani Kirk show. The Miller report intelligence matters. This is love Latino till Latina and electronic propaganda society in our newsletter today, he'll find that at pod news dot net.

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Acast Launches Secure Paid-For Podcasts in Almost Any App

podnews

03:32 min | 2 years ago

Acast Launches Secure Paid-For Podcasts in Almost Any App

"Dot net. Acoss has launched a cast access a product that allows podcast publishers to offer subscription based podcasts behind a publisher's own pay wall, which listeners can then play in the podcasting app of their choice. It's a very different model to luminaries subscription plans for podcasting a cast access apparently allowing premium content to be played in almost any podcast app. The Canadian media, conglomerate Rogers media has acquired Pacific content. Canada's first branded podcast company. The company will join Rogers, but we'll continue to operate as a standalone business, more radio activity correlation has been hired by a are an Australian radio broadcaster has commercial products and audio partnerships director fifteen percent of Australians listened to a podcast in the past week say Edison research and a partial release of their two thousand nineteen infinite dial Australia study, and I was slightly lower than in the US. Where twenty two percent weekly listeners the research is fully compatible bomb. Brennan's audio land conference today also included chance about brand safety and exclusivity with podcast heads from Australia. We linked to those from our show notes and our newsletter today. Also in our newsletter apple have dated documentation and emailed podcasters about their new web player and episode pages. If you've not the Email, we we reproduce it in full patriots have explained their copyright and terms of use which some podcasters have queried. There's nothing unusual in them spotify's testing algorithm driven podcast recommendations alongside their music recommendations as well. The Wall Street Journal and Gimblett daily news podcasts were launched this summer yesterday in an internal E mail that we've seen we discover the two new co hosts Kate line, bow is the Wall Street Journal's deputy US news coverage chief Ryan nuts. And is a former Wall Street Journal tech. Telco reporter also announced Andrew Susman is going to be joining as the executive producer. He joins from the world, which is a co production between the BBC W H in Boston and PRI audio to video social sharing company. Headliner has announced to deal with Entercom. A US radio broadcaster Verizon have announced a set of new podcast from Yahoo. Finance and deal with ads ways to offer programmatic advertising. Audio burst audio search company has announced the launch of a service with flip board, offering clips of broadcast radio and podcasts to flip boards users US research company. Nielsen has written a piece tracking brand awareness in podcast advertising. Indie pod fest. Two thousand nineteen is a festival at Indy podcast makers and fans in Melbourne in Victoria, Australia. They have launched a crowdfunding push. The festival is looking for nineteen thousand five hundred dollars to hold an event. In July and the Cincinnati podcast festival in October. He's putting out a call for entries to podcasters the want to present and perform at this year's festival. Thank you to evergreen podcasts. A welcoming new podcast network designed for the creative class to create listen and inspire and also to headliner tools to promote your podcast on social media with video for both becoming pod news supporters today and funding this ridiculously long episode of pod Hughes today. Thank you to them. We do also mentioned

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"andrew susman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"andrew susman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The latest on the British fight to get to a Brexit agreement is in the final segment of the world. Stay state as businesses grow. They need workers. But for how long is the question. The rise of the temp worker next time on marketplace. Marketplace comes on this afternoon at four o'clock here on the public radio the time now is to fifty. I'm Marco werman misses the world on British Twitter today. Brexit chaos and Brexit shambles trending hashtags. That shows you how lots of people feel about their government's progress on Brexit two and a half years after voting to leave the European Union. British Prime Minister Theresa may, presented a plan her cabinet approved it last night. But within hours a wave of officials resigned in protest as for Prime Minister, Theresa may. She's not backing down. This is Brexit. The delivers on the priorities of the British people may dismiss the idea of holding a second referendum, and she said that Britain will be leaving the European Union in March next year leadership is about making the right decisions. Not taking the easy decisions. As prime minister. My job is to get the best deal for Britain and to bring that deal back to the house of Commons. And that's exactly what I am focused on doing. I think members of the public want the government to get on with delivering on Brexit for them. And as I said earlier, am I going to see this through? Yes. People all over the globe. Or wondering what Brexit will mean when it's actually done and they're weighing in on it among them Steve Bannon, the former advisor to President Trump. He's been invited to speak tomorrow at the prestigious Oxford Union. Bannon is a hard Brexit guy. Meaning he thinks Britain should sever all ties with the European Union. Bronwyn Maddocks directs the institute for government an independent think-tank in Britain. I asked her what it means that Bannon is speaking in Britain at this very sensitive moment, in a way, absolutely nothing. The Oxford Union is a fantastic piece of theatre. It's the debating society of Oxford University, it's done very formerly people turn up in evening. Dress one side someone the other side and it attracts attention. But it is it is yet. Well, Ben and has maintained Tiso with many leading hard. Brexit conservatives in the British government, like the nationalist party people like Nigel Farage, the heat of the Bannon spotlight is this going to make things more difficult for. Prime minister may I'm trying to pools from longtime after that because the phrase the he should abandon spotlight would get. I think a lot of laughter over here. He's a high color figure. He's one of the figures in American political life of people do know here. But the heat of spotlight is very much on parliament on the members of the cabinet on the MP's. And I don't think Steve Bannon rocking up in Oxford is going to really play into the debate. Let me put the question this way. How does Bannon speaking of the Oxford Union and this struggle to get a Brexit deal through parliament capture the psychiatrist in Britain right now, Don in the Oxford Union, and what is going on in parliament, both come from the same source in a sense, which is the anxiety. The worries the angers that led to the Brexit vote and that in ways captured by some of the things Teton stands for on has cooled for very nationalistic sort of independent view of national interest. And. It's very clear that Brexit came out of a lot of feelings furnish people fears about immigration fears about being left behind in globalization being on the wrong side of that anger about the elites not speaking for the people people used as they often do referendums to articulate a lot of their frustrations and part of the difficulty. Brexit has been that people didn't vote for anyone version of Brexit. They were using it to express things so Bannon and Brexit author of the same zeitgeist, but they are going to play out in very different ways. What are your personal feelings Bronwyn about where Britain is up? I think Britain is at the beginning of probably a decade of coin painful debate among British people. Absolutely. Among the members of parliament about what its relations with Europe are going to be to immediate options. The steel that Theresa May's brought back from your gets through parliament or it doesn't. But either way I. Think we have really on for a decade of trying to thrash out what that relationship is going to be the exit does happen. I will be moving away from Europe during that time Europe itself is going to change your self is being pulled out by nationalistic populist forces. Lot of concern about migration lot of internal concerns about the Italian budget whether Europe can enforce its rules on its members. And we have with Angela Merkel stepping down. You have the end of someone who really stood that postwar generation generation who said, you know, the point of the European project is never again the second World War. This is a bad holding together these European countries saying that we stand for common values, we stand for ever-closer union, and with her stepping back you open the door to kind of shriller more nationalist populist, set of leaders less identifying themselves in not postwar project and much more in the interests of their countries. So ten years you believe? To work out. Totally the UK's relationship with Europe in that time couldn't Europe splinter further. I think the EU is handled this in a way that has probably successfully discouraged other Memphis from trying to leave. It looks really really painful. It doesn't make it look an attractive proposition in the way that it did immediately after the referendum and the EU has clearly gone out of its way to discourage other members from thinking, oh Wilco out and have the best of the year from the outside Europe itself may change a lot in the next ten years. You've got countries really explicitly challenging the rules that hold the European Union together both from values and on finances, and you could get really quite a lot of changes the European Union really wants to hold itself together, it may have to flex it. It took culminate those things from Maddox is director of the institute for government an independent think-tank in Britain. She's also a visiting professor at the policy institute at King's College London. Thank you very much, Mike. Great pleasure. Thank you. We don't like saying goodbye to our colleagues here at the world. It's especially hard when it somebody. You've worked with side by side since forever. That's what it feels like anyway, Andrew Susman. And I were part of the crew that started making this program in nineteen ninety-five. There are still a handful of us in the newsroom from that. First team Andrew had a marathon stint as show producer, and then took over as EP executive producer in two thousand twelve now those titles probably don't mean much. Let me put it.

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"andrew susman" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"andrew susman" Discussed on PRI's The World

"It doesn't make it look at attractive proposition in the way that it did immediately after the referendum and the EU has clearly gone out of its way to discourage other members from thinking, oh, we'll go out and have the best of the from the outside Europe itself may change a lot in the next ten years. You've countries really explicitly challenging the rules that hold the European Union together both values on finances, and you could get rid quite a lot of change of the European Union. Really wants to hold itself together, it may have to flex it to coma date those things Brown Matic's as director of the institute for government and independent thing tank in Britain. She's also a visiting professor at the policy institute at King's College London. Thank you very much. My pleasure. Thank you. We don't like saying goodbye to our colleagues here at the world, especially hard when it's somebody you've worked with side by side since forever. That's what it feels like anyway, Andrew Susman. And I were part of the crew that started making this program in nineteen ninety-five. There are still a handful of us in the newsroom from that. I came Andrew had a marathon stint as show producer, and then took over as EP executive producer in two thousand twelve now this titles. Probably don't mean much. Let me put it this way. Anytime you hear the show. You hear Andrew the way we tell stories the way we see the world that's Andrew as fearless leader. He enabled all of this. Andrew you may be moving on. But that legacy is rock solid, my friend. Now, you don't know this. But Andrew speaks Russian and French. And when we first met, I gave him the nickname sairs as an sayers gas board, the French kroner, so Andrew all the best to you. After several thousand spins of the world this ones for you. Two. Call. Social. Call now for the business end of things the world comes to you from the end and Bill Harris studio at W H here in Boston. And for one last time, our executive producer is Andrew Susman. I got nothing else except thank you for everything. Twelve. Autumn. Our public radio international.

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"andrew susman" Discussed on Happy Hour

Happy Hour

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"andrew susman" Discussed on Happy Hour

"Or energy yeah yeah and so then you've got an airplane speaker and so what does that you can talk to siri on a an iphone and apple tv home pod not a mac i don't think indefinitely not watch but you can tell it to play music on that airplane speaker or you can airplay to multiple airplay speaker like home pot and the beat speaker eventually sonal speaker wants different companies so that gives apples cheaper to sell not a home pod but that can do play too but i think it would not have siri and that's the difference of cheap home pot cheap home pod would have siri because that's what makes it home at home pied is the voice control but this would just be like controlled from your phone or your ipad mac something airplay but not voice i don't think maybe would even have line in case you don't use it as a traditional speaker yeah and you can kind of expect the bee's product to support like traditional bluetooth pass yeah because there's not a lot of employees more lockdown apple exclusive all of the base products today are much more you know you're you can be an andrew susman going by based off and be penalty fine right and they're not like johnny designed where they've got you know i deals about what they want to chievo having be as minimal as possible like no ports and you know the charger can't we pulled apart and the kind of thing this could have bluetooth it could not be compromised apple do that it could have ports like line.

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