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"cross stereos" Discussed on Fear And Greed

Fear And Greed

07:03 min | 10 months ago

"cross stereos" Discussed on Fear And Greed

"Same tom. You also have southern cross stereo currently affiliated with ten which rights less well than seven that affiliation deal between southern causal stereo and tan also has two years left to run and they could be also serve behind the scenes dancing going on about who might affiliate with who or who might buy who said as southern cross australia. I want a regional television network. That is the big question. In the my winds guam blackley. The sea has sent a couple of signals that the company is much more interested in audio these days so in the metro markets is got to networks got hit network and scott the triple m network and then quite strong regional radio player as well and is pushing really hard into audio through its listener app as much as anything else so it says a lot of his future about audio and audio streaming as well as traditional radio and seems a lot less interest eight in the television side of the business so i think if the company could get a good price foale. It's tv stations which are all on regional side of things. It would probably move away from that said. Possibly you could end up with ten. Buying southern cross australia's regional tae business. You could find prime ending up back in seven. You mean you think there will be consolidation as we go forward. You think that's conaway. We're going down that path even if they're not the partners necessarily yeah. I think that's the big question is who the partners are. Because for instance then when you look at the international side of things yet ten being on by viacom. Cbs have they achieved the appetite to be doing more buying and then of course one of the kind of other us by sort of way dynamics when it comes to the metro tv networks in their affiliates is they quite like the relatively easy money that comes from the affiliate so if they just get fifty percent of every dollar in advertising in the affiliate rights then that's quite nice lazy money for them so it needs to be really great deal for them to actually by the affiliates in the first place so when seven tried it with prime it was actually through a merger rather than parting with any cash. Now h. t. In day own kiss in gold. That's correct isn't it. Yes how di performing i mean. They've got some pretty high rated radio stations. Yeah so hda here there. And everywhere what used to be known as apn news and media back in the day some these days very much an audio and radio company so performing very strongly in the moment market-leading stations in sydney melbourne. And doing quite well in other markets as well and phrase teeny is such a big question of just how much of a player they can be in the coming consolidations because they've had this ongoing dispute with the tax man for a few years now which goes right back to the company's tax returns since two thousand nine on what to do with when the previous company sold is interested in new zealand newspapers. So there's about one hundred and fifty million dollars at play which maybe will end up. Just in the coffers of hd in which case then the question is what to do with their or could not with the tax man depending how things go so see. You've got very much this big question. Mark of how much of a player. Ht can be until the tax issues resolved and then just to make it really complicated on the one hand news. Cope owns fifteen percent of eighteen and on the other. Hda owns about four percent of of home company. Own media right. well we've got it it. It's incredibly tied up. A lot of these major organizations really have close affiliations with each other. And what. I think is interesting. They chop and change to like their best friends for a while. But not for long war absolutely. Yes and you definitely sit with the families as well you know. Keeping track of how kerry stokes feels about the murdoch's had the murdoch's back in the day felt about the packers. Sometimes they will be bitter enemies. And and the my one gets the sense. The kerry stokes of his new proprietor. Seven west media is actually quite close to news corp but we might see some conversations there but yeah oh media nyarumbuye kathy corner. Relatively news the previously ran lachlan. Murdoch's novara entertainment radio group and our media. I guess coverage on the asx turn over for the half year and they only had half year results of by quarter of a million dollars and delivered a profit of just a little over one hundred million which was the beginning of a recovery because as an out of home company it had it much worse the most and i get the sense that we just beginning to see catholic connoisseur strategy coming through which is very much peel plight of harms digitize the billboards because then you can run more ads on them and make more money and get out of the distractions so the moment on. The block is junkie media and the youth publishing arm which was unin by our media. But i don't think we'll be for very much longer. So that will be one of those deals and defiling before you go team the online real estate companies. You think of those as media companies domain. Rei being the two big ones yelich. It's really difficult isn't it. Because they're certainly don't have the same model. So i probably when awry about them for unmade. I think about them a little bit less. But they underpin the share prices all year both news corp and of nine so both of those organizations on more than half of them and they're huge organization so you know demand the ones majority. I'm nine ten of nearly three hundred million a year market capital his own a three point two billion and then our hey is you wouldn't think of it but is actually one of the well. Auguries the biggest media company in australia with a market capitalization of more than twenty billion. I always think is interesting. It's top twenty five thirty stock and you don't think much about it but it is a lot bigger. It's malls bigger than quotas for example and some of the is that more iconic companies that you talk about. Rei some incredibly well in the last few years look really has got international exposure and overall you know when people think about local murder. Or you know rupert murdoch's sun and the sort of increasingly dominant within news co. He's made some bad decisions. Some good decisions but hey leads the investment in rei very early stage and an excellent day also that one dale in itself probably puts it in the shade or the other mistakes. He's made enough. Tim thank you for talking to fearing grade. Always a pleasure on that. was tim. Burroughs owner of major marketing industry newsletter. On made this is a fearing great daily interview. Join me every morning for the full fearing read greed. Podcast with all the business news. You need to know archana alma. Enjoy it i..

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"cross stereos" Discussed on podnews

podnews

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"cross stereos" Discussed on podnews

"Has more visibility for podcasts from. . Google today. . Google podcasts now in the APP switcher that's on every Google website and it's more improvements for Google podcasts for Web as well. . According to nine to five Google however android. . Final Beato, , which will be the next version of android still does not have google podcasts as a default APP although Google play music has been removed Apple iphones have apple podcasts, , preinstalled, of , course. . Competing APP for Google. . KOSPI'S PODCAST addict. . An update has been rejected by the Google play store because quote of a policy violation no details of actually been given of what the policy. . Violation. . Is the APP has been removed multiple times by Google in the past if you'd like to help them this time willing to all eighteen thousand, one, , , hundred, , twelve words of the developer program policy in our show notes and our newsletter today. . Says launch audio go a self serve ad buying service to connect small advertisers with launch audio publishers. . The IRA have announced their final sheduled Abe podcast upfront southern Cross stereos podcast one Australia grew its revenue in the year ending June, , the thirtieth by ninety six percent. . The division is now cash flow positive according to the company. . It's brought in three point three million US dollars last year that's less than one percent of total revenues for the broadcaster however, , and they fell by eighteen point two percent. . The BBC launching a new topical comedy podcasts Comedians versus the news it'll be hosted by to New York comedians the show which will also be carried on BBC World Service radio at the end of August and you serve is Cam flair has been launched calling itself. . The easiest way to record and receive video uses a web browser and wed camp to get anyone to record video and audio for you can extra dropbox as well and it's free. . This year echo verse has been launched. . It's a next generation content studio makes. . PODCASTS, , it creates premium Sifi supernatural and fantasy audio dramas in India podcast producer sooner India has received funding from tully would movie producer shou-po, , Gada, , and podcast movement virtual has unveiled the platform they'll be using for their event in October and Paul Cost. . News hospitality forward is in new podcast talking to journalists to discover how they generate story ideas and how hospitality and travel experts can get on their radar by sharing their own newsworthy stories in a compelling way, ,

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More enhancements for Google Podcasts

podnews

02:38 min | 2 years ago

More enhancements for Google Podcasts

"Has more visibility for podcasts from. Google today. Google podcasts now in the APP switcher that's on every Google website and it's more improvements for Google podcasts for Web as well. According to nine to five Google however android. Final Beato, which will be the next version of android still does not have google podcasts as a default APP although Google play music has been removed Apple iphones have apple podcasts, preinstalled, of course. Competing APP for Google. KOSPI'S PODCAST addict. An update has been rejected by the Google play store because quote of a policy violation no details of actually been given of what the policy. Violation. Is the APP has been removed multiple times by Google in the past if you'd like to help them this time willing to all eighteen thousand, one, hundred, twelve words of the developer program policy in our show notes and our newsletter today. Says launch audio go a self serve ad buying service to connect small advertisers with launch audio publishers. The IRA have announced their final sheduled Abe podcast upfront southern Cross stereos podcast one Australia grew its revenue in the year ending June, the thirtieth by ninety six percent. The division is now cash flow positive according to the company. It's brought in three point three million US dollars last year that's less than one percent of total revenues for the broadcaster however, and they fell by eighteen point two percent. The BBC launching a new topical comedy podcasts Comedians versus the news it'll be hosted by to New York comedians the show which will also be carried on BBC World Service radio at the end of August and you serve is Cam flair has been launched calling itself. The easiest way to record and receive video uses a web browser and wed camp to get anyone to record video and audio for you can extra dropbox as well and it's free. This year echo verse has been launched. It's a next generation content studio makes. PODCASTS, it creates premium Sifi supernatural and fantasy audio dramas in India podcast producer sooner India has received funding from tully would movie producer shou-po, Gada, and podcast movement virtual has unveiled the platform they'll be using for their event in October and Paul Cost. News hospitality forward is in new podcast talking to journalists to discover how they generate story ideas and how hospitality and travel experts can get on their radar by sharing their own newsworthy stories in a compelling way,

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"cross stereos" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

13:21 min | 2 years ago

"cross stereos" Discussed on Uncommon

"Own business cards. You can literally really call yourself anything when you worked. When I worked for the BBC it turned out the way that you printed business cards there as you went onto onto their intranet? And you literally you'll give them a form and you typed out in the form what you wanted your business cards to say. And then they turned up and I was there thinking this is tremendous in discussing. I myself down as anything managing director of the world. This is the role now. I just put my boring entitle wondering if you will ridiculous long title as well. It was longer than longer than the business card. What does does she look like for the futurologists? Well so I think the world of radio which used to be the thing that I worked in has changed phenomenally over the last couple of years so it's very much changed from being a lot of different companies to being you know one of two or three companies in every country They run all of the radio. Stations So what typically you end up with then then. Is You end up with the world of a consultant who goes in and helps radio companies. Either you'll really really big and you'll really good and you go in and you help one of the top three companies Or you have to choose from You know you you go in like for example like me. I will sue southern Cross Stereo at want to hear from me because they have really good people who know what the future is in their programming for that. And I may may or may not agree with that. But that's all fine whereas you've then got very much watch smaller broadcasters. That don't really know what the future is going to be. But also they can't do much in any case they probably can't afford me so so you've got the sort of If you look of the Ven Diagram of potential clients that Ven Diagram is quite small for any consultant in any role by way but it but particularly when you have a look at. How media has consolidated so? I Love Radio. I'm not going to wave radio goodbye. But certainly in terms of where the future is clearly for independent producers for For where you know opportunities I saw There are clear opportunities in the podcast space. That is I think what. I'm very excited about it. If you look at podcasting is is that the wrong. The gatekeepers the aren't they southern cross the stereos and the winds And the Nova Entertainment's of this world Who Basically in charge of the transmitters. And they're the people stopping you from getting as far as that anybody literally anybody can do a podcast. I can get it onto the same platform that the ABC Iran and the you know CBS or on the New York Times and that is tremendously exciting thing and virtually unique in the world of media You're so tremendously exciting place because it means literally anybody can compete with anybody else. And that's why I don't think that radio understands and if radio do understand that so iheart radio for example kind of understand this time out which is why they're trying to get people to use their own APP rather than Apples are poor overcast. Pocket costs because they can control their own APP But my suspicion is that people are the genie's out the bottle here. People are a bit more savvy now in terms of off Understanding that they can get old of the great podcasts that they really enjoy by not going down proprietary solution and actually actually going for something which is open which Italy apple is Because if you think about it. That's a really weird thing for apple to be as open as it currently is exactly but you've also got you know obviously anybody that consumes RSS feeds Has Access to all of this stuff. It's such a valuable point. I mean we've had that with a PRI- guest Looking Lewis that look show on Fox. there on Sundays and they moved to weeknights then. They went back two Sundays and basically that would cause the COMEDIANS. And then I told You well you've got to go to Shepperton to breakfast or This is what you have to do until like you know whoever's on drivable breakfast here locally which we've got a contract with them for three years and so they'll the writing radio network was like well. Obviously you're going to pick US right and they're like well at the united they oversee left and night just laughing like why would we do that and so now. They've said they were in Charlotte doing a little better because they they have the audience direct access to advertisers Well but this is. This is one of the difficulties. I think that radio has in the F. You are young talent with some really good ideas about what you can do. Then either you go to a radio station who will take all of your intellectual property who will control it. Who will do all of these kinds of things or you can turn around and go? I'm going to do it myself. And I'm going to do something on youtube or do something on podcasting and by the way the most popular place where Germans consume. podcast is youtube so So it's probably both so go to as many of these places you possibly can And do do your do your stick there rather than go to a gatekeeper because the gatekeeper might be able to give you a bit of audience as is radio companies and TV companies can but they are also very creative controlling and also that you build a real audience like yeah. I noticed that and you get direct fade back from the audience like yeah. I've noticed the difference between people who come from a mainstream media background and interviewing them and an and the lack of response in their episode into someone say incapacity like yourself or the Lucan list of the world who actually have an engaged audience. It's in their respective radio. Say you know I mean I So when I was on on the radio a long long time ago I used to. I did this whole thing of of It's it's the tenth of March just eight days until my birthday If you haven't bought me a birthday present still time. Here's the address to send it to. Oh you know you're taking the Piss but I thought you know this might be a way of getting some free stuff and it was an people sent me free stuff but then the next the year I just handed in my resignation. I wasn't going to keep my contract going. I didn't know whether or not it's still be on the air on my birthdays. Today's didn't mention it at all. Now this is one thousand nine hundred four so this is way back in the days when we didn't have electronic diaries or anything like like that. In nineteen ninety four people would have copied one diary into another diary and I go in On the day of my birthday to my show trump still doing a went to have a look at my at my post box in the in the In the station to see if I've got any post and my hand got some post. I'd got four birthday cards to listeners. Four birthday cards from people that had never met me and the only connection they had with me me was. I was the guy who was beige. Who was saying this is the you know? This is That was you're listening to this radio station You know here's as the time. Here's another three in a row and literally that was the only Connection they had but they felt connected enough to copy from one. Dari sorry to a next when my birthday was and to then spent three quit in buying a card and sending something in and you suddenly realize audio radio and its audience not radiates audio can do so much. Because it's such an intimate medium. The big difference by the way between radio and podcasting is radio fifty percent of people listening with other people. So when you're listening to the radio typically you're probably you know one out of two of us are listening with other people for podcasting. That number is ninety percent listening alone so virtually everybody. Who's listening thing to this? What have anybody else in? The car won't have anybody else in the house Who's listening to this? which by the way is why Kost do very well on the smart speakers Because that piping this sound into their ears and they're listening in really really intimate way and they are actually listening as opposed to the radio. Where a lot of the time is on background noise? Says there's a real difference am fat. intimacies incredibly powerful with we use it. Well yeah and a hundred percent. I agree with that that intimate connection that you get with people that you know. You've spoken the prospect that human shared connection. I noticed it when I jump onto instagram. Mona Mona a couple of times a week and some of them message me and say I'll just get some random message about how they love these episode or of email. Whatever unlike wow and then you know every now and then I'll catch up with a few of them and And say off these go. Yeah I know you're going to Japan. I had to do this and that and now it's quite scary is it. I'll tell you what it's also scary when you bump into people in this eighteen. Remember when in Nineteen ninety-seven you you were on your on the radio and you said that's why we do we do right. You'd love that human human connection connection and shared experiences incredible thing. Yeah yeah the rapid fire questions go gotta ask you morning routine. What does that looks like? Oh the morning routine is normally Stopping the dog for meeting the do not Followed by getting my daughter ready for school and walking down and Walking Down School and then having a cup of coffee. I'm lucky enough. I have a really good coffee shop really little neighborhood. Yeah coffee shop at the bottom of our road beautiful and it's just fantastic and so that is my morning routine. And what about the evening had he sort of decompress at not well news goes out the benefit of the time zone that we have here is poured news. Goes out at nine o'clock at night here and so therefore quite often offer. My evening routine is important news yet. So it's quite a lot of that goes on but I will occasionally watch very little television of the television. I Watch Sean McCulloch. Anything that he does has to be watched. WHO's an Australian comedian for those of you don't and you finally find stuff on Youtube and also Quite a lot of the time I will just sit and watch youtube videos and there is So there's a youtube video by a guy called and I'm trying to remember his His name And I'm desperately failing at this point. What what's the topic? The topic is he's he's an electrician. He lives in of Man. Dan and he basically it's It's a It's called complies is. His is his youtube channel and he literally really. He takes things apart to find out how they work. I love this and I find it absolutely fascinating they. Are you know the last one that I saw was taking part an led light and he was explaining how the circuitry words don't really understanding about electron. EXP- I just I find it really interesting just taking stuff apart. And the fact that this guy is taking stuff steph upon which means that I don't have to is probably a good thing. And he's just brilliant and so I will sit quite often and watch that sort of thing or You know or similar Camila. There's also the lock picking lawyer I'm think of saying massively recommend that he just basically sits there and every every video that he does is three minutes long and it's The lock picking lawyer and he takes part an e literally he goes. You know I I have spent two hundred dollars on this. And they say that it can't be broken and it can't be picks and so let's see if I can click. Oh there you go literally he he just like opens every single lock within within seconds and its astonishing and you just basically go. What's yeah what is the point of even locking in your house because my goodness you know you can literally get into anything within seconds is funny mention that because I found a lock picking.

"cross stereos" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

12:01 min | 2 years ago

"cross stereos" Discussed on Uncommon

"Four A podcast You know all of that is absolutely fine and Dandy but the the lowest hanging fruit to advertise podcast listeners. About what other podcasts. It costs they could also go and have a listen to like that chat to some fellow podcasts. About that and we should And that's one of the benefits of Parkas network. Work of course is that you can actually do that through throughout your network all one of the other things you know so the ABC has got together with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation the CBC and regularly to cross promotions and that's both cross promotions of trails and cross promotions of actual full episodes. It's so that you end up hearing different. PODCAST that your trusted guide is recommending you And that to me makes so much sense. And that's what you know. Radio has always excelled in and what podcasting is always held in terms of advertising. Why don't we do that in terms of great podcasts? That we love as well yeah. I really liked that. I think this is GonNa be all sorts of efforts but I think little things like that Going to be very useful. And you've got me intrigued now about your actual talk ause. Pardon wondering where that's going to be recorded I Mike is in the past. Those pulled their record certain talks and I like watching them hunt. Yes I hope. They are recording them. I think that they are I think that they are. They're not streaming. It live but I think think they're recording it but in any case If you do a search pod news on that for us pot or one word Then you will find mytalk By the time you're listening to this I will have posted it on pod. News There may not be but we'll certainly be all of the slides and everything else because I Yeah I'm going to be heading to Japan so Japan is a is a different and very foreign place. It's a we play. Remember they can use that as like yet. The fill out this travel before and after Japan. Yes it's just such a strange strange strange place where this is sort of a third time now in the space of two years. We've actually gone quite a few interviews going on there as well so it should be very interesting before we get into some rapid fire questions to finish off. I guess I was curious as to what is what is the business model of James Cridland. The futurologists troll adjusts the radio future is just Radna Even though I now use being that that that Load Calvin Incident and Hal Being dubbed Defeat Urologist PESCI PESCI is not the best of things the only reason why call myself a radio. Futurologists as I am a fairly often say is if you can print your own business cards. You can literally really call yourself anything when you worked. When I worked for the BBC it turned out the way that you printed business cards there as you went onto onto their intranet? And you literally you'll give them a form and you typed out in the form what you wanted your business cards to say. And then they turned up and I was there thinking this is tremendous in discussing. I myself down as anything managing director of the world. This is the role now. I just put my boring bring title wondering if you will ridiculous long title as well. It was longer than longer than the business card. What does does she look like for the futurologists? Well so I think the world of radio which used to be the thing that I worked in has changed phenomenally over the last couple of years so it's very much changed from being a lot of different companies to being you know one of two or three companies in every country They run all of the radio. Stations So what typically you end up with then then. Is You end up with the world of a consultant who goes in and helps radio companies. Either you'll really really big and you'll really good and you go in and you help one of the top three companies Or you have to choose from You know you you go in like for example like me. I will sue southern Cross Stereo at want to hear from me because they have really good people who know what the future is in their programming for that. And I may may or may not agree with that. But that's all fine whereas you've then got very much watch smaller broadcasters. That don't really know what the future is going to be. But also they can't do much in any case they probably can't afford me so so you've got the sort of If you look of the Ven Diagram of potential clients that Ven Diagram is quite small for any consultant in any role by way but it but particularly when you have a look at. How media has consolidated so? I Love Radio. I'm not going to wave radio goodbye. But certainly in terms of where the future is clearly for independent producers for For where you know opportunities. Aw there are clear opportunities in the podcast space. That is I think what I'm very excited about it. If you look at podcasting is is that the wrong the gatekeepers the aren't they southern cross the stereos and the winds And the Nova Entertainment's of this world Who Basically in charge of the transmitters. And they're the people stopping you from getting as far as that anybody literally anybody can do a podcast. I can get it onto the same platform that the ABC Iran and the you know CBS or on the New York Times and that is tremendously exciting thing and virtually unique in the world of media You're so tremendously exciting place because it means literally anybody can compete with anybody else. And that's why I don't think that radio understands and if radio do understand that so iheart radio for example kind of understand this time out which is why they're trying to get people to use their own APP rather than Apples are poor overcast. Pocket costs because they can control their own APP But my suspicion is that people are the genie's out the bottle here. People are a bit more savvy now in terms of off Understanding that they can get old of the great podcasts that they really enjoy by not going down proprietary solution and actually actually going for something which is open which Headley Apple is Because if you think about it. That's a really weird thing for apple to be as open as it currently is exactly but you've also got you know obviously anybody that consumes RSS feeds Has Access to all of this stuff. It's such a valuable point. I mean we've had that with a PRI- guest Looking Lewis that look show on Fox. there on Sundays and they moved to weeknights then. They went back two Sundays and basically that would cause the COMEDIANS. And the Mattel. Well you've got to go to Shepperton to breakfast or This is what you have to do until like you know whoever's on drivable breakfast here locally which we've got a contract with them for three years and so they'll the writing radio network was like well. Obviously you're going to pick US right and they're like well at the united they oversee left and night just laughing like why would we do that and so now. They've said they were in Charlotte doing a little better because they they have the audience direct access to advertisers Well but this is. This is one of the difficulties. I think that radio has in that if you are young talent with some really good ideas about what you can do then either you go to a radio station who will take all of your intellectual property who will control it. Who will do all of these kinds of things or you can turn around and go? I'm going to do it myself. And I'm going to do something on youtube or do something on podcasting and by the way the most popular place where Germans consume. podcast is youtube so So it's probably both so go to as many of these places you possibly can And do do your do your stick there rather than go to a gatekeeper because the gatekeeper might be able to give you a bit of audience as is radio companies and TV companies can but they are also very creative controlling and also that you build a real audience like yeah. I noticed that and you get direct fade back from the audience like yeah. I've noticed the difference between people who come from a mainstream media background and interviewing them and an and the lack of response in their episode into someone say incapacity like yourself or the Lucan list of the world who actually have an engaged audience. It's in their respective radio. Say you know I mean I So when I was on on the radio a long long time ago I used to. I did this whole thing of of It's it's the tenth of March just eight days until my birthday If you haven't bought me a birthday present still time. Here's the address to send it to. Oh you know you're taking the Piss but I thought you know this might be a way of getting some free stuff and it was an people sent me free stuff but then the next the year I just handed in my resignation. I wasn't going to keep my contract going. I didn't know whether or not it's still be on the air on my birthdays. Today's didn't mention it at all. Now this is one thousand nine hundred four so this is way back in the days when we didn't have electronic diaries or anything like like that. In nineteen ninety four people would have copied one diary into another diary and I go in On the day of my birthday to my show trump still doing a went to have a look at my at my post box in the in the In the station to see if I've got any post and my hand got some post. I'd got four birthday cards to listeners. Four birthday cards from people that had never met me and the only connection they had with me me was. I was the guy who was beige. Who was saying this is the you know? This is That was you're listening to this radio station You know here's as the time. Here's another three in a row and literally that was the only Connection they had but they felt connected enough to copy from one. Dari sorry to a next when my birthday was and to then spent three quit in buying a card and sending something in and you suddenly realize audio radio and its audience not radiates audio can do so much. Because it's such an intimate medium. The big difference by the way between radio and podcasting is radio fifty percent of people listening with other people. So when you're listening to the radio typically you're probably you know one out of two of us are listening with other people for podcasting. That number is ninety percent listening alone so virtually everybody. Who's listening thing to this? What have anybody else in? The car won't have anybody else in the house Who's listening to this? which by the way is why Kost do very well on the smart speakers Because that piping this sound into their ears and they're listening in really really intimate way and they are actually listening as opposed to the radio..

"cross stereos" Discussed on podnews

podnews

03:03 min | 3 years ago

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Australia leads the world in smart speaker adoption

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Australia leads the world in smart speaker adoption

"Aliens love this smut speakers. We have more than the Americans fair dinkum Australians love their smart. Speakers twenty nine point three percent of all Austrailia NHS have access to one which is the highest percentage in the world's beating even the US. Google home has dominant market share of over sixty eight percent and fifty five percent of Australian say they use their smart speakers for podcasts. That's new data from voice bought dot AI who released its Australia. Smart speaker consumer adoption reports twenty nineteen patriot is launching new payment plans for new creators in may, including a simpler way of joining the service. Hot part is out covering burn out and the Gimblett union. Congratulations to Nick coir for two hundred additions of his in his words comically lengthy newsletter. We listen to this the other day, I heart Todd cast AM fourteen seventy it's iheartradio's new AM. Station in Allentown in the US, and we quite liked it. So we reviewed it. You'll find a link to that in our show notes and in our newsletter. The audio crafts podcast festival in Sydney in New South Wales in Australia at the end of may has just announced its initial lineup including speakers from ninety nine percent invisible. Vox nest and Spotify. Soundcloud has partnered with Southern Cross stereo for at representation in Australia. Jacobs media is once more bringing the radio industry to podcast movements with their now. Well, known broadcasters, meet podcasters portion of the conference one of those broadcasters that goes Cumulus who owns the Westwood One podcast network last year. It ends twelve point five million dollars in profitable podcasting revenue according to CEO Mary burner in new data. Nielsen says that ninety nine percent of US adults. Listen to podcasts every week at us in research is recent infinite dials has twenty two percent of US adults. Listen weekly. The two independently researched figures look close enough to us both excellent news. The folks at radio link also own a podcast newsletter. Headline this as only nineteen percent. A million ads. A clever dynamic ads pot company has opened a New York office and announce new hires anchor has produced with training company. Skill share a free introductory course on podcasting. If you want equivalent to pod news, but for China, you want just part it's put together by Yang. Ye and if you want to decent press kit fuel podcast, we would recommend the one from this podcast hand and man. No, it's got everything writer needs to write about their podcast and Woolworth copying.

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