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"rs" Discussed on Procuradoria-Geral do RS

Procuradoria-Geral do RS

05:32 min | 7 months ago

"rs" Discussed on Procuradoria-Geral do RS

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"rs" Discussed on Procuradoria-Geral do RS

Procuradoria-Geral do RS

04:22 min | 7 months ago

"rs" Discussed on Procuradoria-Geral do RS

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Blubrry's Mike Dell on How a Website Can Keep Your Podcast 'Cancel-Proof'

Podcast Movement 2021

02:21 min | 10 months ago

Blubrry's Mike Dell on How a Website Can Keep Your Podcast 'Cancel-Proof'

"Other thing about having a website is that can make you cancel proof you know a lot of people talk about cancel culture and you know people getting canceled off of social media and could be both sides of whatever political thing going on but happens now you know and it even happens on some of the podcast platforms so say that you know you've got a lot of audience on. Let's just pick one at random spotify. Okay and spotify decides that they don't like your content for editorial reasons so they remove you from spotify. What happens to all your listeners. That are sitting over at spotify. Well if you've been telling them in your show come to my website. They know where your website is so they can find you and then they could subscribe it another way or just listen right on the website. Whatever they wanna do. But it kind of makes you cancel proof depending on your podcast host and all that. There's a lot of a lot of variables there but for the most part you know even if you're not on any of the podcast apps if you have a website and you generate your rss feed from that website which is another option you have to but That is an option. You generate that. Rss feed from that website. Anybody that subscribed to you in a true podcast app. You not a some some aps like spotify in and others are music laps and they added podcasting. Well that's you know those. Those are a little bit different because they have to ingest your show before it goes out to everybody but a lot of apps out there overcast and pocket cast. There's directly subscribed to an rss feed so that can still happen. Whether or not you're in those directories are not in fact apple. Works that way you can. You can subscribe to a podcast via an rss feed in apple podcasts. And that shows not in apple. It's coming direct so again can make you cancel proof and you know that may be more important to as time goes out who knows but to future proof. I guess maybe be a good way to put

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Podcast Prefix Analytics Explained

Sounds Profitable

02:03 min | 10 months ago

Podcast Prefix Analytics Explained

"I wrote an article all about podcast prefix analytic and their value. It's in the description for you to check out. But i never really got into who was four and how useful this data can be for johnny pot gasser. So he spoke to karo. Chuck lasts chargeable to get into the nitty gritty of how these analytics are not just for the big podcasters but for anyone with the desire to learn and take the lead. Thank you so much for the opportunity that with you about this. Thank you so much for the in. By congratulations on your success. It's amazing to see what you've done in such a little time. And and i can't wait to see what happens in the coming months with ya. That news on. I know the context of this is kind of like an extension of that article. You wrote about analytic prefixes. The article does a really good job of explaining what it is right. And i think. I've explained it more times than almost the entire city of pasadena's fingers and toes right so i think if you don't mind just kind of reiterating that might kinda get picture right. The analytic prefixed. The way i always explain. It's a piece of code goes on the rss feed reason why that's important. Rss feed is distributed essentially everywhere right more or less prefixes acting as a redirect so what's happening is regardless of device or player when a user clicks player download right however with that analytic prefix ping's that prefix that piece of code and redirects download information. Somewhere and my case chargeable right but still passes through the request of the end user receives the mp three fall asleep right the key things to know what is download at the end of the day right. So ip address user agent user agent means you know ios fourteen apple. Podcasts iphone. Twelve the main reason why i wanted to kind of hit on that definition is because you know we're touching on the key thing there which is it's a it's allowing us to see what's going on with regards to the download and then be of course what what makes up the download the ip address which is so important

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"rs" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

08:03 min | 11 months ago

"rs" Discussed on New Media Show

"And it has because who's on what the contact router right based on what. I is a contact greater one. I otherwise i don't have a choice if there's no open rss and there's no choice then there's absolutely no way spotify. Ever give me a dime no way. There was no or if there was no. Rss david let's say was gone. Gone right now. Do you think spotify whitten have a little different mindset when it comes to content. They absolutely asking you're asking you think they'd be willing to build out these tools. If our wasn't i mean no i'm saying. Did you think that if there was no open. Rss there's not a chance in this lifetime that spotify would give podcast creator that isn't in the top tier of penny the un. Give them a penny. There's no chance. Why do you think that why because we can walk. We have a choice on this content. The we don't have to be be be a beholden to spotify. We don't have to be beholden to pandora i heart. I don't have to kiss their ass to be on their platform. That's the way it used to be before. Laura says we had to kiss but to try to get on a platform that was how little yeah todd and even goes further than that if you start a new show and you put it up on a platform. You're dependent on that platform dependent. Grow your show power walking up the platform if you don't already have an audience that's why music artists have gotten screwed right. They should be paid more than they're being paid. But guess what they have. They don't have control. everybody should be being. I agree but they don't have in custody. They don't have an incentive to do. So you know. And joe. Rogan is a classic example. This he was able to build a huge audience for his show and not beyond spotify. And then be able to say. Hey i've got a billion people listening to my show. Pay me one hundred million dollars in all join your platform. He has power coming into the platform if he launched his show on spotify. He wouldn't have any bargaining power. Well that's not true. We would have negotiated a contract with spotify now. He would have never built his show to the level of is without rss. Joe rogan is a very interesting example to choose because without rss. He could have absolutely crime that he's putting in the fact that most of his nope not to level not to the level. He did no way because he got he got. He got he got free. Promotion got multiple free promotion apple podcasts all these platforms promoted and had joe rogan at the top of their top ten list. If he had not had an rss feed he would have got no promotion on this. There's no way he would have grown his show even grown it but it would not have got him one hundred million dollar. Check it spotify impossible. If rss didn't exist there would probably would be a spotify or apple. But are you suggesting. That joe rogan's entire media empire. Let's call it Relied on apple app. They know it relied on an open. Our says as whether you couldn't have been done on youtube and literally any other platform because it didn't joe remember. Joe rogan started small with joe rogan had to have it. He may have been successful on youtube but then guess what he would have been. He wouldn't be able to say what he says. Now on his podcast. Being on youtube he would be demonic. He would be demonetized because he would break their community standards and he would be holding to youtube. This is where people have to realize. That would have happened apple as well. No no what is it. He they could apple could d platform joe rogan. He still has our speed he still on the air he still grown show but he didn't get the platform because he because he knows how to come right up to the edge. That wouldn't have happened on you to you. Just said joe. Joe still has his his. Rss feed on lipson ready to go at any moment. You guys also have my favorite. Podcasts revolt mistaken. So dan carlin. Yeah there's another show he lo- he's a successful guy but he'll he he. His show is not being gay doesn't care but his show wouldn't have grown to the way it was either without podcasting so i've been here from the beginning. I've seen this whole thing evolves. So that's when someone tells me this. I get really passionate when someone says we don't eat. Rss no war. Well okay will he keep the lights on for you. Well i think. I think you do care about the freedom of the i do absolutely and that is not what i care about. I care about creators to. I care about creators. But i i am todd. I am a company of twenty three. I had tens of thousands of podcast customers. We have a pro service that helps podcasters grow their show. Do you know how. That's that's not an inexpensive product that takes manpower bodies time hours. All the stuff that goes along with building a show that is not a cheap product. Ninety nine percent of podcasters do not have the budget to be able to have that type of thing so yes. I'm the gm on program director on the advertising guy. And i am the talent. And that's a beauty thing podcasting because guess what no one can tell me what to do. I can quit tomorrow. I can continue can change the show format. I can say no to an advertiser. I can choose to ask my audience from money. And guess what my podcast i wanted to be because i control because it's open are assessed and that freedom comes at the cost of extreme difficulty for those of us who want to make any real money. It comes to the money with our. it's true it comes because guess what you have to build an audience for sure you have to build an audience or you have to have a niche. That pays very very well. You know you know okay. So i was one of the early guys but do you know how many hours a week that i put into build my show. I put more than forty hours a week into building michelle. Before i had a company then i still had a job had a company at had to build a show so when someone tells me big struggle so so when someone tells me that they're having struggles to earn money for the show. I didn't take a paycheck must. We don't know this. I didn't take paycheck from rob waits until two thousand and nineteen. Why why did they do that. Because i want to be able to podcasters and say i was able to earn a full time income from my show on my own billing a podcast i ground. Did the hardcore work to do that now. I think everybody wants that if you if some people do and some people some people want that in they're going to work hard to build a show and build presence and this is not an easy medium if it was if it was easy point to there would be a much higher than point. Two five percent getting paid from youtube youtube. Why does youtube only paid point two five percent because they reach that hundred thousand our consumption mark my show hits a hundred thousand one hundred thousand hours a consumption mark on a podcast every month. So but i good youtuber. No i think of the monetization game on youtube is easier than it is embarrassing. You know point. Two five percent about three percent of the podcasting space. Your heart is to get to the point where you can monetize on you to. I'm talking about once. You've successfully monetize.

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"rs" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

08:10 min | 11 months ago

"rs" Discussed on New Media Show

"Average podcast. A dime i think they will and as far as you live what you just said. I think that well i don't know robin my wrong. I tend to look at a more kind of as far as the whole ecosystem. Podcasting if each of these listening platforms did exactly what spotify trying to do to make rss optional. Which means that each one of these shows that we're talking about here could go to each of the major listening platforms and they would have to publish directly to those platforms and maybe each of those platforms. That they had a monetization deal with right before. So if if what you're saying is correct. tanner that that. That's what that's the model is as you look to the future which would could potentially eliminate our assess because each of the podcasters going directly to the listening platforms to upload because they have a deal which means that each of the episodes would have different advertisers or different monetization deal which would be a little bit more aligned with what we see today to some degree with the music side of these listening platforms right. Were there's duplication of content across all of these music streaming platforms. I could see that as a possible outcome in the future That would definitely undermine the the free and open distribution based on rss That doesn't mean that you shouldn't have an rss feed because then that keeps your show alive even though maybe all these listening platforms decide to d platform. You like what We we have seen happened in the past but you know it does feel like that these big platforms are moving towards trying to get exclusive content. Send their platform but the truth is every time each one of them does that They they actually create an environment where they're not going to have exclusive content so that that is a possible future outcome as well i think. Do you remember the article. I don't know if if we were familiar. Then but i wrote an article about podcasts creator. Unionization about two and a half years ago three years ago and read that. I don't remember. But i think we've talked about that quite a bit. I do want to make one point though. Youtube is the premier platform for video consumption. I spend a lot of hours on youtube. i use remaining. But how how much do you know what. The percentage of youtubers that monetize are. They actually make money. I know that you have to hit an arbitrary point remote and at the popularity of will determine you have to have one hundred thousand listening hours. It's point two five percent is how many what is the percentage of youtubers that make money. So what's going to happen is there's gonna be a carrot if it's about if he does bengal any money through they're gonna dangle it to the point two five percent that's the biggest heavy hitters and those folks are gonna make out. Well they're going to do well. They're going to make lots of money. Like joe rogan. They're going to do fantastic. But i think the average ninety nine point five percent of podcasters they have no incentive to pay them because they've already said hey. I'm over here. I'm going to be distributed. I want to be one of the cool kids on spotify. The teas pay take my content because there are so many of those people. Let's say. Let's say. Todd in. Tanner and maybe i'm kind of. It was raised in a couple of shows ago. And you go back and listen to that episode. What if todd tanner and about a thousand other of us decide. We're leaving. we're leaving spotify and we go up and we say we're gonna form a union like you kinda just form a union and say okay. You can have a like an espn package. It's going to cost you this much. Maybe if enough of us did that that would work. And i think that probably has a bigger chance of happening than them. Paying content creators. They're gonna put some tools in place dangle. Some some carrots. And i've always said five ten fifteen twenty five thirty dollars. A month is often makes. Podcast cut raiders. Happy peyser who bill. I agree with all that you know. I don't disagree. I don't disagree there. Because in the early days when advertising was in the smaller shows we were we were send checks for fifteen thirty forty five hundred to fifty three hundred three thousand to a wide body podcasters and then the money rolled up into the big shows because the advertisers had no time to look at four hundred shells they could look at twenty and add load now on those top shows are getting real heavy five six seven at on in our program and so we have to be careful what we wish for. Let's say spotify says. Yep we're going to monetize every show and they wrap five ads around your content pre roll in between episodes. You're going to be pissed me like really people got lists for two and a half and they can't password to that they're going to be like a so yup check but my listeners said screw this i'm gonna go somewhere else and listen somewhere so you we have to be careful what we wish for any such spotify holds all the cards on this if they do right if they do right by content creators. Do everything saying they're gonna do. But guess what. What did they done. The music artists. They scrotum I don't know that. I agree completely with that. I think they could pay them more. But i also has little Necessitates some pretty thin margins. Well if they're already thin and they are required by law to pay the artists and they don't have to pay us nothing if i'm the ceo and all this contents on here. And i'm going to have to lay out a hundred million dollars a year to pay some of this other echelon podcasters where. I'm getting it for free. I will be fired. I'll be run out on a rail by my board of directors. Because i gave somebody money i'd there'd have to be a huge huge influx of listeners. But again if it's only eighteen to thirty five this forty say go to forty. That's using that app the takeaway for me is they will do it. And the reason that podcast would choose to sacrifice the ninety two percents that you referenced earlier ninety eight percent of whatever it was. I think it was ninety. Two is because they will make more money from a smaller audience on spotify then they will be able to make elsewhere having to do the work themselves. Okay so we have a huge go ahead being paid to three cents stream. Whatever it is is more than most. Podcasts are capable of generating on their own. So we've got a pretty good live audience right now. So you heard what. Tanner had to sake as spotify gonna pay podcasters. Is that fair question. What's the question we should ask him. Well the conversation started by me saying creators are going to sell new create simpler solutions and the end result of that would be fewer podcasts. Choosing to be has of that ease monetization. He's rob has your business. Has your business been hurt because of anchor. Yeah i'm not. I don't think so but you need to some degree it. It has siphoned away content creators that have wanted to start out for free. But i think a lot of those folks weren't necessarily serious podcasters. Either that's why we have a million dead shows on on spotify right there is. There's a fair number of shows but now it's true there's a million a million dead. I mean there's.

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"rs" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

07:58 min | 11 months ago

"rs" Discussed on New Media Show

"Discover ability. They're only doing that for the top shows. They're not they're not building community around shows that are in the lower tiers. They're not doing well right now. They just purchase pods and right now. They're just ruled out. Green room again as things have got to indicate an to want to make those things usable by the people who would create on their platform anyway. I'm almost done. I promise chair. So when i said. Rss is no longer required to find success as a podcast. I absolutely meant exactly that but my real point was that. Rss will begin to fall from the lexicon. As new creators begin to outnumber old ones not because our assess sucks but because rss leaves creators with too much non creative and administrative shifted deal. I don't know about that because if you think back and once say this is what's going to happen all right. So let's say you go there and just decide you're going to be on spotify all right spotify's now your boss just like youtube is your boss. And how they can d platform waste non monetize. So if you're on spotify in your counting all your chickens and one hatch or is that the right word. I think i spun that doorway count. So it's going to you now are dealing with a gatekeeper. You have someone. Now that is essentially your overlord of your content. So you know if you decide to go over there you know. Here's what i think about the anchor thing in them deciding not to give podcasters process feet great because what that does that keeps them off the platforms that they been spoiling with you. Know a million or so dead listings and crossing causing a discover ability problem. Because you're going to go looking for a show and you're going to find one and then it's going to be dead. It's going to be in you know it's it's competing for search search term. So if if you wanna be on spotify and just be on spotify not have an rsp. I'm two thumbs up for those folks. Go ahead and do that. But i think what in the end my position is and the way i kinda feel about it and we talked a little bit about earlier on the show is i choose where i wanna be. And that's the beauty about the space. There's no rules. Todd doesn't tell tanner where he has to have his show. You decide where you want yourself. You wanna be on spotify more power to you and if that model works for you go for it targets. Who is that most beautiful for you. That's for you for you. You get decide that absolutely and that's the power of this space right now as you get to choose where year show goes. You don't have to be an iheart. You don't have to be on apple podcasts. You don't have to be well. Google podcasts you kind of their beta fault if you have a website. I don't think they'd give away to opt out of that but most everywhere else even today apple is introduce something where you can turn off the api. So you don't are not in any other podcast apps if you so choose to be again again. It's podcasters choice. And when we started this medium. I use i had. We would have to beg borrow steal and kiss. Somebody's ass to be on a platform and you'd have to sign your life away. Give up rights. Give up points and be expected to meet a certain production schedule then you might get on their platform. So are you saying that. There are not still such terms for p. 'gate-keeping. Yeah thank you mean. What i think you mean instead of 'gate-keeping is that you're talking about like some kind of arbitrary morally driven decisions were financially motivated decisions about. Who appears on what i'm gonna tell you what was spotify also exists on apple and would exist on overcast. I mean if somebody created a white supremacy pipe. That shouldn't be there of course so that's that can take it down. But that's that's but at the same time as much as we hate that content if they have their own. Rss feed you. They can't be taken down. They still live on in whatever world therein. But i think it's to be. But i think you d platform it where we can say de directory. You be shocked of the number shows that get d platform dolph spotify in a weekly basis. The getting the uses various reasons and most of them most times. They won't tell you you all of a sudden we just get old affiliation. This show has been removed. And you don't know why and it's a show he'd be like that doesn't make any sense but a show that's happened. I won't do that for legal reasons. But there as a hosting provider. And mike's watching. Today we see those notifications come across all the time Rob how much you guys you. Usc from spotify all the time. Yeah actually a lot of them have to do with copyright infringement. Yeah but it votes were most of his coming from but again if i choose to be on spotify because i want to be there. I am a gas on their platform. I have agreed to their terms of service. I have read. They wanna monetize around my show and not expect to get a single penny and Most podcasters over there ninety eight ninety nine percent will never make a dime from spotify. They might make some money for anchor with some some sort of ad deal. That's one potential potential bear. But you know again with the majority of shows not being monetize regardless of what platform there on. That's a industry problem. We've been talking about it for years. And i think it my hosting standpoint is i personally. I don't think are going away anytime soon. First of all no one's going to rework their entire equal infrastructure to lipson. better hope. not right well no. We'll we'll adopt we'll adapt. There's there's still going to be a position for us. Rss or not Because of the tools that we offer our content creator. So you know it's about growing shows now. Hosting as a commodity there's twenty five hosting companies now. So you have to differentiate yourself other ways so i talk about growing shows because that's kind of what i do grand monetize shows talk to me about what blue barrier lipson is doing to grow a show and define what growing show means to both of you show us about growing an audience. Rob what do you numbers. Yeah absolutely well. At this point. I mean podcast hosts have not had that role of being the marketing arm of a podcast or so so we haven't really even assume that role I think that more and more both of us are hearing feedback from the podcast. Your community that they would like that from us But currently most of the podcasts hosting platforms don't provide that service. We've it would be something that would be difficult for a hosting platform to scale So i i guess it's. It's really a matter of of offering tools and and resources to the podcast that can enable them to more easily. do it themselves And i believe that's what we've been focused on up to this point though. I think that there is a need definitely. I hear it all the time. And i know you all four that and so we agree with the premise. Of what you're saying is that there's definitely a need for that. The other part of this take an inverse position to what you're saying to about You know working with like a spotify wherever but if if you put your podcast on one platform you're as a content creator. You're giving up some of your power right to to be able to control which platform that you want to work with. That's going to give you the best deal so as we leave. You're not giving that away. I mean you're making.

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"rs" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

08:34 min | 11 months ago

"rs" Discussed on New Media Show

"So hopefully he'll. He'll join us here in a second in eight weeks we can. We can start the conversation in name church. Some you're like. Oh this is gonna be interesting you know and i and i have been kind of You know kind of outspoken. As i normally am on twitter in regards to this threat as well so You know kennedy is the lead in his. He's getting ready to come in here. I said Basically repainted james. Cridland thread That's kind of started the started. Admit much of the conversation is Basically james was saying you know kind of wide open and he was mentioned today in pot news as well so I had said count me out as well. It's always fun to watch he folks to say let's walkway from our s s. When they have. Mary clue and why it's allow them space to remain open. I said adam curry winner may have thought or two as well those that want to go without. Rss good luck. We'll todd did you see this other Item in james's newsletter. Does google occasionally think knows the address of your podcasts espy. Better than you do. yeah well. They've been letting people fix it here for a little while right something a tool. Now that allows you to select your perferred. Rss feed. yeah so tanner. Has his ears been burning. Our view been watching we. We've been talking already. I was Finishing up some work in an illustrator. It's okay so Rob is primarily. Al- already done your introduction. Almost but tanner welcome. Welcome to the show. And i'm i'm sure we're going to have a little fun here. So just just set the record straight we. We treat everyone that comes on the show with utmost respect. This is a conversation of ideas and While we have Passion conversations on twitter. We can we can break it down beyond two hundred fifty six characters at this point. Who that. I'm always one for fair and conversation. Even with those i disagree. Yeah exactly and. That's exactly why i wanted you to join us was because you do raise some really good points and really good perspectives on the on the medium. And where you see it heading the more i think about in the more i see some of the things that are being announced the news it does kind of lead me to think that maybe some of the things that you're saying May come to pass and and they they are not necessarily. I don't think really what's what's best for podcasting. But i i think you know the truth is is that they they may be coming whether or not we like it or not so. I don't know if you could set up a little bit. Your your thoughts on the kind of encapsulated. The the twitter conversation that we've had here over the last couple of days would be great sure. Will you permit me. So i wrote this down because i felt like something that happened on twitter was that there were so many disparate entities. Coming into the conversation. I don't know that the point i was trying to make was unnecessarily the point that everyone left with so would anybody be upset that i spent two minutes reading this kind of prepared little bit. Yeah go ahead. Please do please. They're a perfect. So my presuppositions are this figure. That's a good place to start. Because i'm assuming some things let's define what i'm assuming number. One podcasters want to be heard by many people who will resonate with their messages possible number. Two podcasters want to be paid for their creative output part of this because they want to cover costs or escape day job and part of it is validation to be paid by your audience is to feel highly valued by that audience if either or both of these presumptions prepositions are true. Then this is also true. One podcasters must be discoverable. And i watched your previous episode about the differences between find ability and discover discovered billion. I thought that was pretty keen. Conversation to podcast. Must be adept at marketing and three podcasters must present an attractive value proposition in order to make that money gift. That's something they're interested in. Here are some things that i think are true about. Rss number one. It's not a platform. It's a distribution method of course distribution. Isn't irrelevant to discover ability. And you guys talked about that in the last episode but it doesn't create what we mean. At least what. I mean when i say discover ability i m podcasters need algorithm driven discovery ability like pods or now more appropriately spotify because they bought butts. Also i think this to be true. It can be expanded and this is obviously true. These are things. I feel like are obviously true but i wanna be clear. It can be expanded via namespace augmentation to facilitate secure payments amongst other things. And that's what podcast two point zero is doing. And that shortens the funnel which is certainly going to have some kind of impact on the conversions of those cds. However i do not feel like it will have a dramatic one leaves by castres in the following situation. They're not set up to succeed and this is really the crux of what bothers me about. Rss they are not set up to succeed on the merit of their content. Which is what they're good at instead. In order for creator to succeed they must become community organizers marketers social media strategist and very frequently need to become those things all in one person. They don't have a team and they don't have a budget. That's we've talked about that three years. This is i feel overwhelming to anyone new to the medium and in truth it's been overwhelming to anyone near the medium for a long time. I remember when i first started podcasting. Which was maybe five or six years after you guys started by gassing. The only reason. I felt like i could approach. It was because i had a certain technical aptitude so even then there was an intimidation to becoming pastor and lipson solve that in part by making it easier to get into the game and then you just have to worry about sound and stuff so anyway this overwhelming. This is at the heart of the difficulty of being found organically and accidentally which i feel like is important. I don't mean you guys talked about find ability and discover ability. And i said i like that conversation because being found organically doesn't mean somebody punches your name in to a search engine because that means they are you. Are you want somebody to find you by mistake right because they like things that are related to what you're discussing and i feel like this. That in particular is what drives pod. People quit because it feels like they're not making progress and they're not making progress because they can't do all the things that are now required. Very few people can do that in studio. Says you guys are probably talked about this. I know lipson is published. A similar blueberry has imagined. There's probably been some kind of discussion. Fifty percents. podcasters have fewer than one hundred listeners to an episode within the first thirty days after a release which suggests pre strongly. I think that they have one hundred subscribers or less that doesn't feel good lack of listeners. Lack of vindicating. Money's take your pick either one doesn't feel good so if you're a podcast you're looking to solve this difficulty and this is this is where i get into why i feel how i feel about our s. I don't hate rss but in desire to solve this. The desire to solve this will drive increasingly new podcasters to all in one solutions. Spotify is an all in one solution. It's the only one really right now. But i don't think it'll be the only one adds hosting community building memberships music insertion loss us audio etc. And it has discover ability. Probably pretty good. Discover bill spot about us. Not doing that. Specifies lane doing that for twenty shows.

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"rs" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

08:17 min | 11 months ago

"rs" Discussed on New Media Show

"Make it paid only so you could take a public show and make it private default most common usages with ara speed and that's why we selected by default on this out. These answer these questions so so so me. I'm still thinking okay. I haven't really got the crux of the answer yet. So i said to him. I said so to clarify cana- public show hosted on apple without in our assess feet because you can submit a show without an rsp so say public. Are you implying that it's not a premium shoe. Not a premium channel. So i said so to clarify can public show host on apple without in our suspect he replied. I'm not sure. I understand the question but tried this a show. That has an ara speed can also have apple hosted episodes to. We knew that we knew that they could add that. The arza speed will have all episodes that are freely available why the apple hosted episodes only peer in line on the apple. Podcast app like bonus early access episodes. Show that does not have an rss. Feed will not show up in apple podcasts. Api to third parties will only appear in apple podcast with all episodes available to paid subscribers. Does this answer questions. So he kind of answered the question but it sounds to me and we'll have to have someone do an experiment. It sounds to me like you could go to apple podcasts. And publish a public show and not have to use a hosting provider and not not make a premium program and not make it a premium program. That's the way it sounds to me. Not again yet. If if someone's listening you can reply to that but that's that's my takeaway but maybe i'm wrong. Maybe you have an rss feed for public facing and you can do these additional bonus. Thanks so that would imply that apple would give the option to cashel the episodes in their system and make them available without the need of an rss feed which means that the country would have to log into apple. Podcast connect upload the episodes directly to apple to make available Potential w only. Other way. That i would say so i if i'm correct in my understanding and again i may not be You might be able to turn off the api and potentially have a public show. Only on apple podcasts. Todd is this the potential realization of what we've been worried about for years about apple kind of turning off their their. Api in some ways. Now i don't think so. I think they're just giving podcasters the option to opt out but that's opening the door to less content being available via the api understand. So so my you know the and i'm sure i think the podcast two point. Oh folks had kinda think this was a again. I have to go back and look at what they're doing. But i think that this was part of some of the things over there where you could stop distribution certain locations so It's interesting commentary. And i appreciate the dialogue and get. I'm not going to say who and apple is talking to you to us but I do appreciate that feedback and that you know can the heads up so it you know it in. He just for fairness everyone. We're going to have someone on here in about seventeen minutes or so. It is we're going to talk about the viability of rss in some controversy. There's definitely a common theme in this episode right on the on this topic and and we we've been talking about it also in does it was kind of triggered by the chain anchor made here recently about making rss feeds optional and make it a request only which puts pushes us down a path towards more these big platforms moving towards the exclusive content and people publishing just to their their listening platform instead of publishing via the open standard of our assess which is the distribution everywhere type of approach podcasting. The pocket model was built on going back seventeen years. So you know in our guests that's gonna come on is gonna talk frankly about this issue and where he sees the industry moving forward in the next five years as you look at these big listening platforms and i i tend to. I disagree with the premise of what he's talking about and what this is. What's going on here. But i can also get real practical about it and say that's definitely it appears that these big platforms are kind of moving in this direction and and we may get back to a time when these big platforms or caching episodes again. I i want to save my commentary for later on all this because we're going to have You know interesting dialogue here. And i think that i think that What we you know in in rob you and i have been talking quite a bit here recently about podcasters taken control right and for me and this show and from my personal show and for the show that i do over blueberry i i don't care where listen to want them to listen and and if they catch that show on spotify they catch an iheart pandora or one of the other lockdown ecosystems which is really not locked. I still get in there right for me. That she'll gets distribution in there I still get stats insights from those platforms to so yeah. I know where the media is being consumed for me. i think that And from what we see it's going to be very Getting into the topic where our guest. I went to talk our guest wits. I'm gonna have to be careful. I think that Distribution to us is important. And if you know again i'll save some of my commentary. 'cause i think this is going to be good dialogue later but i guess i'll switch topics i do want to do. A little pitch here rob and sorry. Apologize but we Blueberries been worked with a new partner and We did a proof of concept app for our podcast insider show it blew burien. We built a apple and android app with a partner with some very very cool tools and our android app is available now so if you look at two hundred aggies news you be able to see the link to it. Sat on the google podcasts directors apple apps. Come in here and probably another week or so. We just couldn't get permission. Set the partner to get in there and and get it submitted but Going to see we're going to see if this makes sense and in you know we're going to test the the the pricing of this and the pricing is pretty aggressive so bet if anybody wants to see the app just search for podcasts insider and on the on the android app store and he can give checkout so. Does this like a a apple. Podcast listening out. Yeah it's it's it is and it has a limitation no and the only limitation is is. It does everything you would expect for a podcasting app except it doesn't download the media. That wasn't part of their system. They you can click it and it'll play the stream fine but you're not gonna be able to listen off line so basically the deal we made with them as like if i get x. Number of podcasters to sign up for this. You're gonna have to build the download feature into this. Because that's what's going to be expected. So that gives you all the social fiji or blocked. Pedes scott contact. You know. it's really pretty powerful.

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"rs" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

03:15 min | 11 months ago

"rs" Discussed on New Media Show

"Robert says. Nfc's are the next big deal hiding nf teaser. The next big deal for celebrities and people that have high value stuff. I think an teaser Non-punishable tokens i. Don't i think. Joe rogan might be able to cash in on that. But i think you have to have a big name and as some dogs. It's a form of a kind of a premium offering so what it is so i think we'll see man might be wrong. I would if someone wants to own this episode and we wanna make this episode nonfunctional. Nf t pay the hit me out. We'll figure out how to do. It can also be linked up with You know if value exchange with the listener to right right you could conceivably set up a almost like a frequent flyer or frequent listener program that has a reward system built into it That Gives you know like a shirt if you listen to one hundred episodes or you t. Though rob well there could be things that. Are you utilize in a blockchain type of relationship with the nf t platform that can can build deeper connections to two particular users of the of of the nfc right so right. Well we are here near the end. We've made it the ninety minutes or so and If you eat a bunch of been on facebook having said hello so it definitely wanna thank those of you. Have mike robert. Of course i lean. Thanks for checking in a kirk matt for for doing the love and heart on the on the program today in those of you on youtube. Thanks for being. If you're watching on twitter twitch sorry we're not monitoring that but just give us a heart on the on our post Over there You we want you to follow her. Subscribe to the show over to new media. Show dot com. Get get over there and hammer that follow button on whatever device it you're listening on and of course You can reach me at geek. News on twitter geek. News it gmail.com rob. Yeah you can also reach me on twitter as well At rob greenlee and on facebook instagram linked in all those platforms to so if you want to reach out to me on any of those platforms. You can do that as well on clubhouse as well. I'm doing a session coming up At two pm on thursday tomorrow about podcasting over there too. So i'm trying to stay active over on clubhouse and doing stuff over there and you can send me an email if you want rob g at lipson dot com all right. We'll kick you out of here with a little partying music but thank you for being here. We'll be back here. Wednesay live at three p m eastern ago for ninety minutes of course if you're subscribing listening to the show later we definitely want to hear from you again drop us an email and thanks for your ongoing support of podcast. We definitely appreciate it. Take care thank you. Bye-bye talton drill in the afternoon in the afternoon with todd and rob baby..

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"rs" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

08:05 min | 11 months ago

"rs" Discussed on New Media Show

"With todd and dropped after night afternoon delight indeed. Welcome welcome to the new media show. Oh yeah oh. Are you doing fine tub. We got started one minute. After three o'clock people are going to smoke. People are going to show up at like five after. Like what did i miss. Bird catches the worm. Yeah javid good For those of united states of you to rob did you have a good fourth of july. Yeah it was good yeah. I have no complaints. Quiet is normal. Because i don't believe in letting off fireworks really. Yeah i stopped doing that many years ago. Okay you party. Cooper i know there was a fiend at it for for for many years. Yeah i kind of outgrew it. Why didn't have enough things. My neighbors bought fireworks. I didn't really have to do any now. The only thing that i'm half half tempted to buy and really it's because of a holdover from being in hawaii and actually they do it on new year's not on fourth of july because there's so much chinese culture there they buy these big roles of like fifty thousand firecrackers in a combined role and they they hang them from like a twenty foot palm tree or something. They rolled them out and in every family. Member brings a role in the you blow like three hundred thousand firecrackers and thirty minutes. It's it's fun but it takes two hours to clean them up. Yeah it's like well chinese new year right. Yeah that's what they do. They love thousands of argh rockers. I dunno it does does make a mess. It does and it's In e even in honolulu on new year's is just there's no fog they're just see us smoke. You know not to mention all the kids have got hurt or whatever but Anyway and who cares right if you did fireworks good if you had a few adult beverages great if you cook down in the barbecue went camping or whatever i hope he got out and enjoyed a post coverted fourth of july. No still some of the big big Fourth of july festivals were still canceled because really. Yeah well i think the reason they were canceled is because they were cancelled a long time ago because people didn't know where we're coming back. So you know sponsorships were you know obtained and all that kind of stuff and there just. Weren't you know so some of them happen. Some of them didn't. But i thought i did to kind of jump into podcasting. I thought it was entertaining today. The the headline and so it was like. Wow that's. ceo says that are assesses. The core cornerstone of open podcast. And that's news. Wow and that's news. Wow can i say that that. That really opened my mind to To podcasting today. I have to say so. You know. I have to kind of admit here. That don't eat me. James heavily dig in a little bit because come on i. I guess it has to be reiterated by goateed me. James craig lowell. We know pod our process is. Do we want to call it. The cornerstone right. I think it's the everything actually. It's it's a little more than a cornerstone. It's what allows its allows podcast into what podcasting is. Yeah so that it's all like we're disagreeing with anything. No no it's more to do with the fact that this is this is this is a headline revelation as woods. A little surprise. I guess i'm gonna have to start writing. Those types of headlines is like the podcast a podcast being able to follow her subscribe. Podcast is the cornerstone of podcasting. We'll talk so you know the reason. This is coming up right i do i do right is is because of anchor right shit deciding to make. Rss feeds sh- an auction. Shh shh. let's be clear an option that you have to ask for sh- it's a great idea. That's a best. That's the best marketing idea. I've ever heard it's fantastic. It's great the job. Oh good job. Boy i tell you. It's all marketing spin. That's that's that's that's a company policy statement that would literally get me fired now. That's as inferred from your own company. That's right well. I do have to answer to a board of directors there. Is you know i do have a board so you know i. It's not like a you know. I'm i am still fireable though. I'd say that the chances of that happening are pretty load. I'll you know stranger. Things have happened. Not saying that. That's the case but it's it is a interesting you know anyway. He like you said it was a great great marketing strategy for the team over there they had to anchor great great marketing your praising them on their ingenuity and ryan and making our speed optional. That's that's ingenuity. it's beth phase. I'm absolutely not going to be telling anyone how come. I can't be on apple podcast and google. Podcast reaches out to our support. Because i want to say well you come over to our podcast dozing platform you graduate and get into those platforms. I'm not going to tell them. You have to ask. But i do have to say it does feel like a natural evolution for For spotify move this direction if you think about what they're doing around exclusive original content. This is this is a institutional light effort to get exclusive content. So someone someone that's out there that love this show. You ought to make us a logo that we can put up some sort of flashing it. Something i can't leave. Gigs fit says that flashes. Gatekeeper gatekeeper gatekeeper. And every time we talk about a gatekeeper we can we can flash it here on the or have a audio keeper. You some sort of flashing thing. Yeah it is. It's it's part of a strategy to lock lock podcasters in without what you want without without podcasters to get locked into one platform. Well again you can ask our nar. Espy it's optional. We're not we're not locking you in but you have to ask well. This is a little bit of an interesting direction that the medium is going towards. You look at what apple is doing around paid subscription You can see a little bit of that going on there too. Well you know. Here's something interesting. We really man we we had we. We went into a topic that was. How shall we say it bulletproof worthy here you know recently right and we neri got a cricket of commentary out of that and so i. It's i guess listening. I mean it does kind of go against the grain of this this topic. But but i know but i would have thought podcast. I.

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"rs" Discussed on The Troy Farkas Show

The Troy Farkas Show

05:43 min | 11 months ago

"rs" Discussed on The Troy Farkas Show

"But it's the key. It's the routines that ground them. That prepare them in armor them for all of life's curve balls when outer chaos threatens the stability are superheroes double down their routines finding solace in the familiarity number three are superheroes or restrictive success discipline. Go hand in hand. It means saying no to happy hour. It means not going to the movies will upset people around you. Yeah we'll friends talk about you behind your back. Probably will co-workers reconsider inviting your next time most likely but one day when you're looking down on them from the mountain top though understand and the wanna be your friend. They'll see that you were right all along. And they'll want to adopt the same regiments routines and restrictions that you once dead but by that point it will be too late because youth is the best time to establish the habits of success. The older you get the more rigid do become and the more difficult it is to change. Decades of established destructive behaviors. Start now so. That's my thoughts. The three rs of elite success. It is a life as not cut out for everyone. I'm you know i- i- adopt a lot of routines habits and things whether it is my morning routine whether it is the restrictive diet that i eat. I do cut things out aside from a cheat night once a week or once every other week i do cut things out and i'm very routine oriented. I drink a lot of water. I exercise every day. I'm very routine oriented restricted. I am regimented. I can't you now. I have to eat my my last bite of food at night. There needs to be three hours between my last by the food. And when i put my head down for sleep. I i go crazy if i eat two hours before i go to bed. It has to be three. There's a million other things. That i do that. I can't think of right now but i will reveal just as i as i go forward here. Talking to you on this podcast. If you want to be uber successful.

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"rs" Discussed on The Troy Farkas Show

The Troy Farkas Show

04:04 min | 11 months ago

"rs" Discussed on The Troy Farkas Show

"Looking for new job the most important thing in the world is to chase good management not chase. Good money and that is not my thing. I have to credit sports radio host colin cowherd who says that constantly something really stuck with me because good management is absolutely everything because good managers give you all these things that i've just listed as professionally successful they create environments where you can thrive they create environments. Where you can be yourself and they trust you and they empower you. And they're not knocking on your door every five seconds to make sure that you're doing it right and they're not interrupting you all the time to make sure that you're on the right track. They distrust you leave. You be in. Are there for you when you need it. Those are the types of managers that you need to search for when you're conducting your job searches. Money is not everything. I think that is the thing that our generation is now pushing forward. The most is that money doesn't make me happier for most of us. Remember leon pettis. We can who got married. She was one of the i. Guess on the podcast and she said she was so miserable at her job in the medical field that they just. She said that she was leaving the through more money. Earn more money at her more money at her and she said no no amount of money you throw at me can fix how i feel about this job. I don't wanna go somewhere. Where i read it where i get in the car and hoped i get in an accident along the way so that i don't have to go to work. These are real things that people think who are miserable about their jobs to be professionally successful. You want to find people that are great managers and let you do you and the money if you have financial stability that is all that matters if you are not living paycheck to paycheck that gives you the breathing room that allows me to think that i am professionally successful and so now that i have given the monikers the definition for what i feel a personal professional success. I want to dive into this article. Because this article that i wrote is three rs of success now it is titled the three rs of success but what it really is as the three rs of extreme elite success because.

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Maricopa County, Arizona Holding Meeting Monday to Refute Audit Allegations

Gaydos and Chad

01:39 min | 1 year ago

Maricopa County, Arizona Holding Meeting Monday to Refute Audit Allegations

"Capitol. But the public wasn't there. They got an update on the audit. Katya years, Peter say more begins our live team coverage in the news center Becky to Republican State Senate leaders would on Lee Live Stream their meeting in which they asked three leaders for an update of the audit of Maricopa County's 2.1 Million November ballots. Liaison Ken Bennett says the county is refusing to answer questions. As far as China. Custody is the documentation of the chain of custody between when the ballots or boxes in the ballots boxes with mallets in them started. Be filed away in their warehouse on Twitter. America to County responded the On Lee time We moved. The balance was when we loaded them in a truck to deliver to the Senate in early March, then heard the Senate wasn't ready to receive them back in the vault. They went War at six Reporting live Peter Same or Katie Air News. The Arizona on it quickly is turning into a national joke, but one lawmaker says it won't be funny with somebody gets hurt. Katia years. Deborah Gayle joins us live in the news center to explain people saying that they're gonna hurt much less kill public servants. It's gotten out of hand. In an exclusive interview with Katya Rs, Kato's and Chad. Maricopa County Supervisor Clint Hickman says that he and his family have been receiving threats online and at least one of the tweets. Escalated. That man came to my house on a Sunday night with 100. Other people and I had sheriff's office protection because I heard they were coming and they got out of their cars and they came to my house and to me threatened my family where we live. Hickman says That man is threatening to return to his home, and he says he's been getting threats since December. Reporting live. Deborah Jael, Katya our news.

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Supreme Court Conservatives Question California Donor Disclosure Requirement

Glenn Beck

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Supreme Court Conservatives Question California Donor Disclosure Requirement

"The Supreme Court hears arguments this morning about a California law requiring charities to share list of large donors filed with the I rs with state tax collectors. That information is not made public but to conservative organizations say the requirement discourages donations and appeals court upheld the requirement, concluding it helps prevent charities from committing

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Google Podcasts hits new installation milestone

podnews

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Google Podcasts hits new installation milestone

"Google podcasts at one hundred million installations on android since november. It's doubled installations had it support for subscribing rss feed and is the number three podcast app according to lipson and plus crowd it's to to launch personalized episode recommendations at some point this week surprisingly. It's not a standard install yet on new android phones podcast addicts and cast box are the platforms big apps. According to our analysis which you'll find at our website at news dot net

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How to take a break from your podcast

Podcasting Q&A

01:55 min | 1 year ago

How to take a break from your podcast

"Let's talk about some tips and tricks that will give you peace of mind during your hiatus and talk about some features within bus brow that you can leverage if you do choose to take a break from podcasting. I i'd recommend having a timeline in mind. Are you taking a break from podcasting. For a week a month or longer than that having a timeline in mind will make planning your podcast break and eventual return much easier. Secondly it's a good idea to communicate these decisions to your listeners. Let them know that you'll be taking a break. And when they can expect you to return this will help give them a mental note of winter. Resume listening to the podcast again. Lastly consider sharing updates of your listeners. During your break let him know how things were going. Let him know about some of the awesome things you've got lined up this a help. Give them some reassurance that when do return they've got some awesome content to look forward to lastly when you do decide to take that much needed break and you aren't recording. New episodes bus proud does offer an archive plan. This plan is a great option. If you want to keep your current episodes but you don't see yourself uploading new episodes anytime soon. Let me show you where to find this plan on your bus route dashboard. Go to your bus brow dashboard. Click the podcast settings tab and then click cancel slash redirect podcast. You'll be presented three options. Archive your podcast. Which allows you to keep all your episodes online for only five dollars a month. This option also keeps your episodes populated on all directories like apple podcasts. Google and spotify the second option is titled redirect and downgrade. You would use this option if you wanted to move your podcast. Who another hosting service. The option available was canceled and deleted all instead of archiving your podcast and subscribers like the other options this one deletes it all sensitive. Delete your podcast unique. Rss feed it cannot be reversed or recovered. You will lose all of your subscribers. In the process you'll have to agree to bus routes terms of cancellation finalize a step. So only pursue this option. If you are absolutely sure that you're done with

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"rs" Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

Maranatha Ministries UPC

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"rs" Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

"You ever reach the place where you think you have failed to. Much better risen. Savior doesn't wanna stand up and say you know i'm alive enough that you can hear. The news is a daily this about the apostle peter. The apostle peter failed jesus while he was with him before he died sale jesus while jesus was being crucified jesus after he rose again right. Peter wasn't perfect even during the book of that he could read. It failed jesus in the book of acts after he was filled with the holy ghost failed them possible had to confront them on a couple of things. Perfection doesn't make you worthless failures. Don't make somebody that can be just rushed off. In fact your failures can make you a greater person because you can pick up the pieces learn from it and do something greater as a result of it just like jesus pogos ladies to go. Tell peter two thousand years later. He chat somebody on the shoulder. I don't know who it was but two thousand years later he tapped somebody you said. Would you tell rowdiness for. But i see that i'm alive. That all is well tell readiness so that one that saw him he was tires his name god filled him with his spirits and now rowdiness will never be alone again nor will he ever be unseen again. God is giving right another earthly family now. Own family i gotta ask you questions real quick do you think do you think a young writer who nobody saw over Rapper rooms who grew up went bad because nobody cared until he found a savior. And now outta the. Mrs married of has children readiness has grandchildren. Let me ask you something. Do you think the ghost children or those grandchildren are unseen by rowdiness of you. Think he sees them feel that he might see him to a fall. Colonel knew overboard my grandkids. Why why because he is now doing for others but was not done for him. Go to let your pass dictate your future. Sometimes you're suffering sometimes your hardships. Sometimes you're difficulties can be somebody else's blessing if you'll allow yourself to be made better then instead of bitter by them. Some wrap this up now because not only has an earthly family of a wife children grandchildren. But he's got a family filled with brothers and sisters in christ that he works with on a regular basis a family that far exceeds anything he ever dreamed possible in this life after the vote he had experienced growing up. zach writing. sigler hearing auditory with us today. Some you might know who riderless is the rest of you. Just know him as ray our brother ray toro now. We take really toro. Incidentally i got his permission to use his story before. I start preaching about him. So don't you where we all know next under hosting permission. We now take ray toro. We stick in the front door the church so he's the one of the first people you see you can. Then you know why because he loves everybody but you know why he loves everybody because jesus loved him when no one else. Shane would stand. You live matters neighborhoods. You come from who rejected you. Gotta what we're seeing come zimmer. Fifth view cheik bahn. You i be your father. I will be your family. I won't be your friend thank you. Jesus timid sure. Let's all stand together. He made sure peter no after his miserable failure. That it's okay. i'm alive. now He made sure nathaniel understood that while he thought nobody noticed him. Jesus could see him sitting under that fig tree all by himself and he wants you to know he knows exactly where you are. He knows exactly what this world has done to you. He knows exactly. You're false your failures. Your own shortcomings says come unto me all you who labor and are heavy laden Overcame death hell and the grave. And i can overcome your hardships. Thank you for. Listening to of ministries podcast. If this message talks to you please. Make sure to subscribe for more sermons from pastor frank in the ministry team here at mironov as well as follow us on our social media platforms. We are located in schenectady new york. And if you are in the area we invite you to join us during our weekly sunday service. Starting at ten thirty. Am we look forward to joining us again next week for another anointed message. Thank you and god bless..

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"rs" Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

Maranatha Ministries UPC

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"rs" Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

"So good to have you all read from mark chapter sixteen and then i'm gonna put one verse up on. The scripture are one scripture up on the street here a moment let me just begin by reading in chapter sixteen mark verse number one. You can just remain seating see here mama says that when the sabbath was passed. Mary magdalene mary. The mother of james and sola may bought spices that they might come and annoying. Tim this is talking about jesus while he was in the grave. This is after he was. Crucified is now in the grave. This is the third day and they're coming to annoying him. That's interesting that it was the ladies that came the men were still in hiding. the women. Were out ready to anoint. The body. that's a woman for you. Don't get my way when i got a job to do. God bless our women. The women's biggest problem was who is going to roll the stone away. This is a massive stone. How it's going to get done. But that didn't stop them. They were gonna there and figure it out which is another thing. I appreciate about our ladies when they are faced with obstacles that they can't cocker themselves. They'll figure it out you got a problem. Can't figure it out sick. Ladies on it very early in the morning i who says in the first day of the week that came to the chew in the sun had risen and they said among themselves who will roll the stone away from the door of the tomb for us but when they looked up they saw that the stone had already been rollaway. Tell you. I'm going to try to create my no. Save it all these slots pop into my head. I'm reading the story. If you get to work. Some things work themselves out. You sit around worrying about everything you never get anything done. If you just get up and get moving you find out. Some of this stuff happens you got there and the stolen was already rolled away entering the tomb. They saw a young man clothed in a long white robe. Who was an angel sitting on the right side and we're alarmed he said to them. Do not be alarmed you seek. Jesus of nazareth was crucified. He is risen. He is not here the place. See the place where they laid him now. I want to draw your attention. Verse number seven because this angel said to these ladies but go and tell his disciples now notice carefully. That peter is highlighted. There were eleven at this point eleven apostles and the angel said go. Tell his disciples and peter. Tell peter that he is going before you into galilee there. You will see him as he said to you. It's interesting that picked out peter. Because peter was the one who failed him the most miserably by denying him three on three different occasions. I wanna read from john. The gospel of john chapter one. I'm going to begin with forty five. And then i'm gonna put a scripture up to draw your attention to it in a moment. This was when jesus was seeking out his disciples and finding his twelve apostles and pulling them together. The bible says that philip one of the men that are already with jesus found nathaniel and he said to him we found him of whom moses in the law and also the prophets wrote jesus of nazareth the son of joseph. We found him nathaniel said to him. Come an annual said. Can any good thing come out of nazar. We found the messiah. He's from nazareth. Nazareth was oppo. Don't count it. Nothing good came out of he said can can anything good. Come out of nazareth. We take something about jesus he brings good out of the worst of us doesn't he. You look at some of the people that live forgotten. You look at some of their background. You wonder can someone that bad. Really be a servant of god and i say oh yes he can because jesus is the change maker in any good thing about. Now's with phillips said to him. This is a powerful statement to phillips said. Come and see and maybe you're here today for your very first time. Kosovo said come and say you gotta come and see this common experience to see what's going on and feel the presence of common. See he said. And so philip went with them. And the bible says that behold he came to jesus and jesus saw the faneuil coming toward him never met they've never met and jesus said to him behold an israelite indeed in whom there is no deceit. Jesus had never met him. Jesus knows all about youth king. David said he knows my down settings and he knows my uprisings risings he knows your good points any knows your bad points he sees you as you are and loves you as you. Are you glad about that. He loves you. I want to draw your attention to verse. Forty eight because right. After jesus said the hall in israel. I indeed in whom there is no deceit nathaniel said to him. How do you agree. Listen to what he said. Jesus answered and said to him before. Philip calls you. I saw you when you were under the fig tree you were under the fig trae i saw you necessarily get know jesus was anywhere around in fact. Jesus wasn't anywhere around. but he knows. All things and wealth nathaniel shitting under the fig tree. Jesus could see him from that. I wanna preach a message now. Don't get up and walk out on me. When i give you my sermon title that he'll stick around just to find out where i'm gonna go with this but the sermon title. I wanna preach to you today. Is this romper room. Never saw readiness. You're looking like zor way to get out of the sanctuary fast. Stay with me. Would you raba room never saw readiness. Let's pray for just a moment. Jesus on asking jewel touch my heart my mind also the ears and the understanding of this congregation and everyone and anyone that might be listening to this online. She will touch our hearts and help us understand through this message with this strange title. How much you love every one of us and how much you care about every one of us. Can you say a man. I know this is a strange title for easter message. But bear with me. I'm going to turn it into an easter message. Before it's over readiness was a young boy. He grew up a rough neighborhood in brooklyn. He was the result of an illegitimate relationship between a married man and radha mrs mother and the earliest memory and perhaps the only memory randomness has of his biological father was when he was about five years old. He and his mother went to his biological father's house and knocked on the door for some help..

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"rs" Discussed on Podcast Help Desk

Podcast Help Desk

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"rs" Discussed on Podcast Help Desk

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The gold rush of digital media shaking everything up

The 3:59

03:28 min | 1 year ago

The gold rush of digital media shaking everything up

"Broader chang and this is your daily charge. What does shed light on. This mysterious world is our crackle reporter rich. Never welcome rich anything's so let's get right into it. What the heck are nf. Teas that is a good question. And it's a complicated answer but nfc stands for non jewel token in their bisley. They work like a bar code and they're meant to authenticate pieces of digital Like a file or a or a or a video or a or a movie At what it does is basically it designates one version as the authentic version and everything else is just copy right. He gives you the examples of some high profile. Tease of some of the wilder. Ones have gone for lots of money. Sure so right now. There's this auction at the british auction. House christie's is doing ended today and the bidding last time i looked at thirteen million. And it's for a piece of art by by rs named people So that's kind of one at the crazy extreme end of it There were those one clip of lebron james of walking shot that went for like a hundred thousand dollars jack dorsey of twitter is auctioning off the first tweet And i think that one is at at more than two million right now home what. Let's let me kind of break. It down because i think this is where i'm having difficulty wrapping my head around. You mentioned the lebron james to drill clip. Which can easily be shared the tweet by elon. Musk that can be screened. Shot at or can be shared the the the christie's auction that that piece of our it's not physical. It's a digital piece of art. Which again can be copied and shared. Why would someone pay this much money for. I guess what is what is technically though authentic version of this digital asset but ultimately is still a digital asset that you can copy and share right right. So that's that's where it gets really really complicated because the people the people are work. You know that's me. That's in our story like the pictures in our story right and i didn't hate thirteen million dollars but it you know it basically comes down to perception and that's really why this is kind of a fascinating topic because at the heart of it it it. It's we're talking about ownership online and what that means And and so you. I was talking to one one. Berkeley professor for For the story. That i did and his his take was. You know. it's it's about bragging rights but it's also about more than that know like like you. You've got these these pieces of art. That are are prolific online right. Everybody seen i'm like like a meme And if one person owns that you can take credit for for owning this That people love but also you know it. it could also be kind of something deeper than that I liken it to a painting right if you it. It makes sense that you'd want to buy like an original basquiat versus printed and the reason might be because you you might feel closer to the artist if you were to own the quote unquote authentic version of the same go for for an

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Lady Bird Johnson's daily audio diaries make it to podcast

podnews

03:05 min | 1 year ago

Lady Bird Johnson's daily audio diaries make it to podcast

"The latest from our daily newsletter at port news dot net today jacqueline bouvier kennedy names. Goodbye and believe in it. Her shining gift for women's history month from abc news in the us in plain sight listens to more than one hundred and twenty three hours of audio diaries. From claudia altair ladybird johnson including new revelations about lyndon b johnson's presidency first two episodes drops. Yesterday the tech lab released two dates to its version. Two point one. Podcast measurement get lines for public comment in december and january. However news can reveal today that over the entire seventy four days. The public feedback email address given didn't actually work. Email silently bounced with us unknown era. The described this as unfortunate but would neither confirm nor deny that it's received no feedback at all to this address as a consequence the updated document including ip. Six measurement was only publicly announced in two tweets and by editing. An existing post on its website wasn't flagged as a new item. The ib tells us it's extending public comments as a consequence but haven't responded to our follow up questions over the weekend to tell us and hugh the new dates if you need more out of your hosting provider. It's time to fully commit to another one says brian barletta in sounds profitable this week sponsored by putting off move to a better podcast. Host will hurt your long term strategy. He argues you should subscribe. It's it sounds profitable dot com squad. Cast has taken its new video and audio platform out of beta version. Three point five of the products includes a number of fixes and enhancements k. Q. e. d. radio station in san francisco in california in the us. He's working with google to make better news audio transcripts which may also improve automatic transcripts for podcasts to sound a podcast management of monetization platform has raised two point. One five million dollars in a seed round. That's four million dollars. They've raised in the past fourteen. Months charitable have announced custom attribution windows across all their and tribulation products their announcement blog post explains the current defaults in y. You might wants to change them. The london international awards have extended the fifty percent discount for entries including their podcast category. Cnn audio and cnn and a spaniel have launched a new weekly podcast with chief. International correspondent jose levy. Meanwhile fox news audio is to expand. Its podcast lineup. With five original programs an import cons news. The financial times has relaunched tectonic. The tech podcast. It's been revamped into a series of deep dives into the promises and perils of our digital age twenty-first-century football the complete guide. So far is another new release from the crowd network. The uk podcast patricia and sounds profitable. This week has me as a guest talking about. Rss us a agents.

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Do You Know Who's Listening to Your Podcast?

Sounds Profitable

04:51 min | 1 year ago

Do You Know Who's Listening to Your Podcast?

"Hello everybody welcome. Tucson's profitable podcasts. We have james cridland. Johnny here james. A pod news and is honestly probably the only reason you know about sounds profitable sir james. Thank you so much for being here with us. It's a great player is a great pleasure to be talking twice on your podcast. Because i think i think everybody is just heard. My dulcet tones already. That's true that we have the awesome syndication that comes right before all of this and maybe we can time it so you do a passback between each other. We do that right for next week. But this week we're gonna talk about an article. Wrote back in september with your help entitled you're incorrectly identifying up to fifty percent of your user agents and the focus here was that you discovered that people weren't paying attention to another type of region not just the requests when someone presses play on their podcast app and it sends an asked for the episode but rather the request of the rss feed itself. That can tell us a lot about the device. So i'm gonna pass over to you. Tell us a little bit about the process user agent and how you stumbled onto its value. Yes so to rewind a little bit whenever something connects to something else on the internet sends over header which is a user agent which basically says you know. I'm a computer or a mobile phone but tells you a little bit more about that. So that's a really helpful thing in terms of podcasts to target because you know that Particular listeners listening on android phone or an iphone or whatever it might bay and those sent through on the download to audio and so that's typically what podcast hosts us to show you how people are listening and is typically what people use as well to target but there is another connection of course in the connection is to your rss feed which is a big list of your individual episodes that you have and that also has a user agent attached to it. So one of the problems that i saw when i was starting to do my own podcast stats was that I was seeing an awful lot of connections from a user agent. Called apple corps media. An apple co-mediator is an interesting thing in that it is a library. That apple have written that lots of Podcast apps us to play your podcasts. It's not just used by apple. Podcasts used by loads of other people as well yet. When i was looking at the data all i could see is apple corps media and i couldn't work out whether that was apple podcasts whether that was pocket costs whether that was overcast. Whatever it might be so. I was really curious to see well. Is there any other way. That i can find out exactly what podcast host is actually having a look at this and rss user agents all the way round there. Yeah and so you got rca in her went. When the request came you started a pending a unique value to all the episode downloads based on that. Rss user agent right. Yeah that's exactly how it works. You ask for the pod news. Rss feed it. Takes a look at what the user agent as of that particular. Rss connection and then adds it to the audio request. So it might say from feta or from spotify or from castro or from various other things so you net then no as a podcast hosting company you then know that that piece of audio the reason why that piece of audio is being requested. Is that the rss feed was discovered by that particular app by castro all apple podcasts. Or whatever it might be and so you know whatever the audio user agent is you know that this is castro talking to you all podcast addict or whatever it might be so you end up with far less unknowns in terms of your podcast play information and that say tremendously useful things. I'm taking a look at yesterday's data and yesterday's data is showing me that two hundred and ninety six individual plays that i had yesterday. Were done through apple corps media. And if i hadn't looked at the irs data. As well. i'd be they're going. I literally don't know anything about that apart. From the fact that it's clearly being played on an apple device of some sold literally. Don't know which app is actually playing that so now that i'm able to also connect the rss user agents. It means that. I know all of those and then odal apple podcasts. A wide variety of people that use apple media

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A quarter of Spotify users now use podcasts there too

podnews

02:40 min | 1 year ago

A quarter of Spotify users now use podcasts there too

"A quarter of all monthly active spotify users. Now use the app to listen to podcasts. That's up from twenty two percent last quarter speaking on the company's quarter. Four two thousand nine twenty earnings call daniel x says. He's reasonably confident that he can see benefits in user growth and retention from podcasts. Spotify says it's got two point. Two million podcasts in the system now apple has one point. Eight million in denmark twenty-seven percent of all adults listen to podcasts every week that's three percentage points up from last year according to denmark radio so we're seeing gen just continuously clamping higher and higher also when you take into consideration the general surroundings of corona virus. And all these things is actually pretty fine a little bits. We've seen here. There's a full interview with the researchers in the portland news podcast. Later today. Costs programmatic ad. Sales revenue grew two hundred fifteen percent in two thousand twenty. The company has announced podcast addict now supports the new podcast location. Tag as does sprouts has to our podcast pages. Try search for the north idaho. Now podcasts to find out where that's based although you probably guessed already pulled. Lp podcast app for the kyw platform has now been downloaded five million times on geo an indian mobile network radio franz signs agreement to put its podcasts onto podcast addicts. The broadcast is unusual in restricting. Its rss feed addresses from the apple. Podcasts api headliner. Social podcasts promotion platform had more than two hundred seventy two thousand new users in two thousand and twenty. They say joe biden has signed with patron in canada. The jim pattison broadcast group has signed with triton digital podcast hosting monetization and measurement in argentina news channel t n has launched t. n. podcast. Its own podcast network. Espn got half a billion downloads. In two thousand nine hundred twenty a yearly increase of twenty eight percent and aerial flat has launched a newsletter called podcast. Plunge every issue is anchored by a podcast network and then focuses on other pieces of internet about the main topic of the show and in podcast news. Spotify for the record will post a new episode today with ceo daniel eck and cfo. Paul vogel on their cost of four twenty twenty earnings reports. Matt kopa were convicted criminal. Michael cohen features an interview with stormy daniels. In case you still care about any of that.

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IRS: Unemployment compensation is taxable

Lewis and Logan

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

IRS: Unemployment compensation is taxable

"Probably won't get your w two's for another couple of weeks. But tax filing season is right around the corner and B she talked to H and R Block's Kathy Pickering about how things might be a little different this year, unemployment stimulus payments and even that side hustle will impact what taxes you owe. And any refund you are owed unemployment income is taxable. And so that may have a little bit of an impact on your tax return. The file is already up and running and I rs dot

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India 2020 Voice AI Year in Review with Haptik, Slang Labs, Klove Chef, and Women in Voice

The Voicebot Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

India 2020 Voice AI Year in Review with Haptik, Slang Labs, Klove Chef, and Women in Voice

"Aggravates. Welcome to the voice spot. Podcast thanks for having me. I'm excited i'm excited to so the topic. Today is the year in review and we really focus on what's going on in india. You have a very interesting. Let's say a front row seat to what's going on with conversational a more. Broadly you deal with chat and with voice as you look back on twenty twenty and you look back in india and the conversational space. What was the biggest story of the year. What stands out. I think the biggest of the if you look at everything in addition i Chad boys todd bobby platforms use cases gov support if you just look at the broader space end for us like you mentioned right. Rear look on the internet of things over. The biggest breakout story has been whatsapp By that what What i mean is that if you think about the decio. Facebook has genuinely taken a number of steps. do enable what's up to become a platform for businesses to do a lot more with it right the genuinely thinking about this was the first yard where they would enough actions that facebook is accompanied to basically say that look deadened mission with what chapters to become like. Ob chat by web businesses and branch can come on and a conversation experiences to enable commerce engagement. Ben support So far for for us. And for me specifically as i think about the landscape i actually you know. I want to go to the extent and say as far as i think in domes of build adoption of conversation in the seven yards that i've been doing this which is like a lifetime in this business. this is probably the biggest route moment that that's happened because of the simple fact that You know if you if you provide in platform read a hundreds of millions of users can genuinely use. Nlp conversational interfaces dude to businesses to get things done for commerce far support it it probably will be can be a genuine battered. I'm shift that. You know people like you and i have been talking about for many rs. Okay so you work with a lot of big brands. Yeah so when you look at when you look at what's app or these brands interested in what's happ before the new features came along. Yes so there is always been a great Interest from start dating back to two thousand seventeen on more street because of the simple logic that you know most of these bands and more of the bland managers or the c. Suite dr day us. What's up like five hundred times a day for everything right. so then i'd choose expansion. What product on my band on this bag form so the interest is always been dead. It's been it's been the case for like i said the red bottle to your four yards. You know it was just a matter of the features being available the platforming available and more broadly in honesty the features started begging big. Started becoming available about a couple of ers by but really your until the earlier question is whether it was the first show. Facebook obliquely came out multiple times in. I talk about the fact that whatsapp is going to be a platform for engagement with businesses. Right unlimited a lot of things down features actions announcements which gave ams especially large brands a lot of confidence that look this is a good platform for businesses to stay and not just something that was been for like monetization got and so we've seen other moves along these lines as well with google also have business messaging feature. What is the general reaction about those. Are those going to be supported as tier two. Are they going to be supported as enthusiastically. Or is it going to be more Something that if if i have to do it i'm going to do it. But what's abbas where i want to invest. I mean i think you do have a but not like a must have sort of need. I mean it's the classic Vitamin was painkiller sort of analogy read. whatsapp is like is like dope. Incommoded solids of very big problem in terms of engagement. Outreach was Assured the good to have that a check box i need to be on those channels honestly similar a little bit with alexa and google has read what we've seen play out over the last two yards. Which is yeah great. I'd love to. I'd love to be on alexa of beyond will so that we can check it off that a band present debt. But it's not. It's not solving the problem of engagement.

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How many podcast platforms are using a secure RSS feed?

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00:33 sec | 1 year ago

How many podcast platforms are using a secure RSS feed?

"May two thousand eighteen apple podcast to switch to a secure rss feed in the future. They said a secure feed will be required in order to access podcast analytics and submit podcasts. Well thirty months later. Where are we according to a recent dump of the apple. Podcasts database produce has been analyzing eighty five percent of podcast feeds now using https. The main podcast hosts that haven't switched our soundcloud with thirty eight percent of all insecure feeds and feed burner with twenty percent.

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Unlocking Podcast Profits with Hiro.Fm for Coaches, Course Creators and Experts with Carla White

The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

04:00 min | 1 year ago

Unlocking Podcast Profits with Hiro.Fm for Coaches, Course Creators and Experts with Carla White

"I wanna kind of walk through scenario here. 'cause i'm sure. A lot of people are podcasters coaches or coaches or like people who sell courses and From a podcasters perspective. My immediate thought processes. Ooh i can use this as a way to take my listeners and give them better constant on a private network on a private feed in exchange for an email or an exchange maybe for money for selling it in exchange for something because obviously you know podcasting limitation is. I don't have an email. Address cannot track people. I cannot have very little analytics. Oh who who is listening So i i love to like in. My curiosity is a do. I need to create a sales page or opt in. Page your squeeze page for this. Or is there an actual. Does that come with kind of hero was like what is that. Look like in terms of like the actual nuts and bolts of creating that like That squeeze page right so you could use whatever page you want. You can use form We do have a zap zappers. Epa's app however you pronounce which will automatically add that listener into hero and send them the email or if you collect their phone number. It will send a text message with the activation leaks. So they can get via email or text message Don so you can sell it from a final page wordpress. Whatever you daughter any location going forward though we will allow for both so you can either have it from your own. Sales page and or within be listed in directory is well if you wanna have that listed than the directory and then maybe you wanna have them. Both your own sales page where you're allowing for the whole product to be sold in just in our directory is the sample you know. You're gonna what i'm really passionate about with. This product is giving the info per noor or the businesses much information as we legally can of other listeners Without getting in trouble like if you go to audible or in a lot of other. I sell apps. I don't know who's getting my app. Right arrow alma anybody. Anything so Unless they reach out to me. So that's really hindering. Because i can't contact them really are tell any like salomon and so what i want to be able to do with. This is not only let you see. Who's all getting your products. But what other products are they interested in. What are their interest in the you know like. Where are they falling off. Why are they falling off. Please sorta metrics and information so you know more about your audience than just. I've got this many listeners. From this podcast episode right. Yeah that's exactly to me. That doesn't tell me much. It's good but I like to know more about my listeners. Got it got it. So if i'm a podcast or i can. So we use pajama. For example we essentially could create a bonus content or a bonus podcasts or whatever we want to call it put it on our job he page podcasts ford slash bonus and then for those who opt in with a name and an email or phone number We can have xavier's at xabier automation to send them the private audio rss feed and then they could become a subscriber to that private feeding. Get the the things we promised And that's essentially a podcast for those listening. Could use tools away to to increase their options to make sales. You know just kind of get more creative with what they're what they're putting out as opposed to saying someone from audio to a video or audio two texts audio to a facebook group I love that

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The Audio Adventures of Harry & Meghan

The Media Podcast with Olly Mann

07:57 min | 1 year ago

The Audio Adventures of Harry & Meghan

"Less than a year. Since michelle obama's podcast lawn spotify have landed and other big proposition. Harry and meghan will be delivered into your is in the new year in the form of the incredibly uninteresting. Lee named podcast arch well audio Rebecca what is the show going to be about almost already forgotten it. E- hiring stories from inspiring people. It's you know it's corporate kind of stuff you know. They might not be working royals officially anymore but they certainly get involved in anything that's bit but dirtier a bit edgy. So it's going to be very lifting content An i i don't know unless they start sharing things about the personal lives. I don't know how to appeal. It's going to have in the long term. the style of it. I mean we only have a trade list. Go on so far but the style is notably. Podcast i'm not that corporate. We can eric lip sherie restore no say it. I think it sounds really nice. With your accent ultra. Ultra ultra audio. I mean rene shall we guys. I'm harry and meghan one of the things. My husband and i have always talked about is our passion for meeting people and hearing their stories and no matter what the story the usually offer you an understanding of where someone else's coming from and at the same time remind you in some way of a story about yourself and that's what this project is all about to bring forward different perspectives and voices. The perhaps you haven't heard before and find common ground different voices. Different perspectives could be less establishment an elitist than a member of the common ground. They must it's just i am no nothing against either of them personally and i'm sure it'd be perfectly listenable but it's the this idea that that telling stories that haven't been told as though there are hundreds of protestors out there who've been doing that for years Yes but i'm not. I personally don't resent them. You know someone who makes similar shows to the ones they're describing i. I've kind of always thought the most celebrities get involved in podcasting. Jimmy collins is everybody he does drive up listenership for podcasting and ultimately that's a good thing for everyone making cast rising tide carries ships. So something more in the sex is good. I mean things that knowing me arch well audio is production company. Name rather than the brand name. But maybe that'll be fixed later on show it will be. I mean people have said to spotify. They had problems with royalties so maybe this is their acquisition of gimli. I'm not gonna say it's paying off but this is another coup that at least uses some of the things that they bought because that style that informal so we just heard in the trial is meghan. Markle is season actress but even so to produce prince harry to sound like that. I imagine must've taken actually quite a lot of effort and that's the kind of thing gimblett. Good isn't it. I mean for for spotify. They they've got a blinder of year They signed up. A lot of people have acquired companies. They're positioning themselves that you have to basically use the spotify app as your podcast app because it will combine shows you can get publicly from. Rss feeds with shows exclusive to that platform. And this just like michelle obama on a job. Rogan will do that. And they're they're playing a blinder. Will it be a super successful show if it was them solving family problems. Why do you think it is the rebecca the four. I mean i'm using the short end of calling them royals. I know technically. They're not in the official practicing royal family but four royals. Why do you think podcasting would appeal. Where it's hard to imagine a royal. Even an excommunicated one doing a regular radio show. Tv show you know making would not be doing fine witchy quick answer probably because they can edited shit. You know it's very. It's very safe way for them to they can achieve things. They make themselves sound relatable polka like having a friend in your ears but also it's obviously going to be edited very carefully so it can be presented in this in the package. They've got in mind. I'm not gonna lie. I mean i might listen. If they drop a few hints about their private lives. I mean on that does their willingness to allow certain vetted meteoroid is asians access into their private lives contradict with what they're doing in the high court. I mean you know. They're suing associated newspapers. They're suing a picture agency for invading. Their privacy can they have it both ways yes. They need to make living but they are making a living by selling access to themselves. Well i think that's very in line with what they're doing that they have decided that it's going to be entirely beyond their own terms. And that's a mixture of legal giving exclusives owned media. Have got a documentary thing with netflix's well as they've got this spotify so yeah i mean i think it fits the pat now whether it works out. We'll see. I'm sure it'll be absolutely fine for them I think they also know that they've got to by being totally against the press which is pretty much what they are. They need access to their own media so social media. Podcast and the netflix tally to to get their own voices heard. They don't need the inbetween of the sun. The daily mail to communicate to the to the public and done that to you. They've created their own channels to to speak to subjects directly. It's interesting 'cause. I think we have seen recently a bit more of a celebrity. Push back against this idea that it is a trade off. I think you know for you know decades. We've accepted as fact this idea that if you're famous you owe us certain amount of your personal life. It comes with the territory and we've just kind of let that be you know. Just the fact. Yeah well now we're seeing push back. I think you awareness. That mental health has contributed to the celebrities. Are saying why who says you know. And i think having their own social media pocus platform etc has really boosted that movement towards no. I'll tell you what you can have. an from. Sports point of emu say work in terms of getting people to the platform. And i'm sure it will but they're investing so much money. Do you know how they judge whether it's a success. I mean what's the metric because way they make money is by converting into premium subscribers or selling them targeted ads. You know a jet for model to have. That's that's so poke. If you're spotify subscriber endanger ads on the music. You will still get ads on the po costs. So there's there's an ad model there. I'm looking forward to make an harry. Doing s- quest based and dodi shots but they will re reads the ads in michelle obama's show. Maybe they'll have a third person a stunt character. He'll do the reeds for them. Who knows some courtier. But that that's that's the market. I but for spotify a whole you remember the music. Pit doesn't really make any money but they need to do is shave. A couple of percentage points off the royalties. They pay all the volume that they pay the record companies to make the whole thing profitable so if i was them and i was saying hey only thirty percent of the audio consumed on spotify is music now when we come up to rights negotiation. We have another look at that so by being broader they have a few levers they can pull. It could actually make their operation much more. Profitable nothing postings. Partly way to do though

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Why is Podcast Index so important to podcasting?

Podcast Help Desk

07:20 min | 1 year ago

Why is Podcast Index so important to podcasting?

"I've touched on it before. Of course we've touched on. Podcast insider but podcast index is kind of a Thing that adam. Curry the podfather dave jones developer and it. Gay the is known as a dude named ben Come up with Podcasting two point. Oh says let's preserve podcasting as a platform for free speech. And i've talked about free speech before but Podcast index is going to help do that in a couple of ways. Maybe couple of three ways. They have a secondary function that they're they're working on. But the main thing is they wanna have an alternative index for podcast apps out there Overcast and downcast. And you know all the myriad of android apps that are true podcast applications that use the rss feed that. You can subscribe to a podcast regardless of Whether it's in some sort of directory or not. You know like an apple podcasts. Do you have a hard time. Finding a podcast in less apple has approved it and put it in their directory. You can you know. What's nice about apple podcasts. As an app is yes. You can put in an rss feed but that's hard to do but most of these other apps. That are not apple. Podcasts google you know some of the non podcasts streaming apps like spotify app of android. I don't know a whole bunch of them that are music services that added podcasting and they don't work exactly the same as a true. Rss based podcast up but a lot of these third party ones. That aren't google or apple are using the apple. api to pull their directory. So you go in there and you search for a podcast and say You know Podcast addict per se. D- i don't know i think. They switched the index but at originally they were just apple. So if your podcast wasn't an apple your podcasts wasn't on the directory for say podcast addict. I i don't know for sure. Which one they're boeing. Or maybe they're doing both may they might be using. Apple's api an index api. Who knows. and i know this is a little bit on the geeky side but follow me here. So there's a catalogue of podcasts Apple seems to have like one point. Seven million shows something like that and as of right now Podcast index has one point. Three three five million podcasts. So not not the full catalog. That apple has but I think they have some in there. That are not on apple. Is some people. Do choose to not put their show on apple and that's okay apples. The big coon. But it's not the only one but but the thing is say apple decides that they don't like you for whatever reason for you know some sort of free speech thing or for maybe you know who knows what the reason is but it's their directory there commercial company. They you know they have. They have their editorial thing you know. And if you don't if you do something that they don't like then you are out of their directory and the problem was with that is is it takes you out of a whole bunch of other directories and that's that's the part that Podcast index is trying to help with you know give yet another option for app developers. You know blueberry also does that we have a podcast directory that is not directly tied to apple. So we have. I think a little bit more than apple does currently but you know there's an api there so some apps can pull the blueberry well. This podcast index is a free and open want That's what they're going for. And i think that's very important that it's not all up to one company. 'cause you know i keep going back to alex jones. Okay he you know the guy is a you know very controversial character will say regardless of your politics. He's he says stuff that other people don't like but the whole idea with free speeches. He's got the right to say it does long as he's not Advocating violence or something but just You know he's got the right to be wrong or right to be right. Who knows you know like i said. I'm not making editorial comment on what alex jones says but apple decided that he couldn't be on apple podcasts. Anymore so poof. He's off apple podcasts. The promise he was off of all this other stuff the beauty of it is he still has an rss feed and you can still subscribe to his podcast. Even on apple podcasts. The app well the podcast index wants to be a place where you know if you get docs tour of you get how you say it You know try to get cancelled by these big tech companies apple google stitcher. Whatever all these these places that they decide they don't like you and they take you out. You're still out there. And with podcast index. You may still be on some of these apps directories and what that's for. That's the goal. They've got a couple of other side goals. That are kind of cool. One is Creating a namespace in rss called podcast. And what that does is allows us to add things to the rss spec or add things to rss that app you app. Developers and podcasters can use One of the big ones that they come out with the locked tag and that's not been adopted by a lot of places yet but it's going to be at some point and what the lock tag does if if it's implemented. Is it locks your feed so that if say somebody wants to copy your show and so they import the rss feed into their Their system into another podcast hosts system And then you know they're newer. Podcast is now hosted and comes from another place and it may not be the real podcast. Just sorta prevents that or at least helps to you know he said if it gets wide adoption it'll be useful because you know kinda like the dns service for domain names you know. Nobody owns it. Sorta distributed that's what this namespace is going to be

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National Pretend To Be a Time Traveler Day with Jack Conway

Podcast Gumbo

03:01 min | 1 year ago

National Pretend To Be a Time Traveler Day with Jack Conway

"Hey paul this is jack. I'd love to know more about pretend to be a time traveler day. I did some research. And it doesn't seem that all scientists think time travel's impossible but i don't think we've quite figured out yet so until then we'll just need to pretend which actually sounds like a lot of fun anyway. I'd love to know more about this day. Thanks there's been a lot of national days of my friends have challenged me with throughout this year. And although i won't commit to this. But jack's choice may top them all today. December eighth is national. Pretend to be a time traveler. Day any guesses what you're supposed to do today. Apparently we are supposed to wear some very close from yesteryear or act confused by certain technology. Okay maybe for some of you. That's not too difficult. Say with me. Rss stands for release simple syndication for my first recommendation. I've gone back in time to the year. Twenty twelve and found this live. Talk from comecon by the stuff you should know. People they discuss time travel. Works and reference people like carl sagan. They also get a visit from a time traveler and talk about the musical paradox from back to the future after listening to gout and strap on your steam punk or victorian close and share using the pretend to be a time traveler day hashtag. Today's guests is jack conway. Jack is the editor of podcast review. Which delivers podcast. Critique and recommendations each week sure some people may see us as competitors and he's never reviewed my ward winning podcast. But i won't hold that against him. Because i'm a fan podcast myself. I love getting and reading the podcast review newsletter for a third recommendation. Today jack travels back to last year for decoder ring. Episode jack says and i quote my episode. Recommendation is gotta get down on friday from dakota ring. It's about the two thousand eleven viral hit friday by rebecca black one of those songs that so bad. It's good in the episode. Willa paskhin the host of dakota ring which is one of the few podcasts. I never miss an episode

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"rs" Discussed on podnews

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03:12 min | 1 year ago

"rs" Discussed on podnews

"The google podcasts app on android. Ios and the web is now an actual podcasts app. Because from today supports subscribing by rss feeds which means it now works with all members. Only podcast feeds. Which is a good thing if you're developer. We've got the link for you as a direct way to subscribe your listeners. To rss feed our faq has more information. You'll find both of those things in our show notes and our newsletter. Today the feature now also allows us to offer google podcasts patterns for all shows even if they're not listed as one example we've linked you to them missing crypto queen at brilliant show from the bbc which blocks google from listing. Its podcasts friendly. Social marketing platform tone den have added pod. Link says simple landing page for your podcast complete with analytics casted. A podcast platform built for b. two b. marketers. Scene is revenue quadruple in. Its second year. They say stream guys average two major update to their podcast platform asks you recast version four better. editing tools. In new automation capabilities spotify have published their twenty twenty podcast hall of fame. It's a podcast playlist with hand. Picked episodes showing the best of twenty twenty. You can expect reply all ninety nine percent invisible w t.f. Called her daddy resistance and plenty more but curious absence of anything from joe rogan landscaped and podcasting are growing together says mitt roll who've posted a case study into the men's grooming products more than forty shows on mineral have run campaigns with manscaping a few months ago called news published a story about manscaping looking for a new podcast to sponsor. Congratulations to the who. And how clamp now proudly sponsored by manscaping so excited. They've done a special dedicated show. They tell us. It's all thanks to that post on part news and they tell us that they're promo code. Is who how twenty to save twenty percent which is a bit shameless. If you're on vacation in london for two weeks big ben is a must see but if you live in london you can visit the iconic clock tower at anytime which ends up meaning never could rank fence. That big ben problem highlighted in before breakfast time management podcasts from iheart radio talking about making time for the adventures that are close by in point of fact. The ben is the name of the bell tower which is called the elizabeth tower or at least it was called that in twenty four thousand simply called the clock tower not since teachings tower. That's a different tower in any case the tower if not. The clock is covered in scaffolding in a moment. So even if you could get to london it's probably not worth it. You should go and see design museum instead if you ask me but anyway. The point of all of this is that it's one of the one hundred great podcasts recommended by the begnaud collective willing to that today in our show notes and our newsletter. And how not to travel returns for a second series from studio or kanter. It's the covid nineteen edition exploring the many ways in which travellers and industry people have adapted to year without travel.

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Google Podcasts app gets RSS feed support

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03:12 min | 1 year ago

Google Podcasts app gets RSS feed support

"The google podcasts app on android. Ios and the web is now an actual podcasts app. Because from today supports subscribing by rss feeds which means it now works with all members. Only podcast feeds. Which is a good thing if you're developer. We've got the link for you as a direct way to subscribe your listeners. To rss feed our faq has more information. You'll find both of those things in our show notes and our newsletter. Today the feature now also allows us to offer google podcasts patterns for all shows even if they're not listed as one example we've linked you to them missing crypto queen at brilliant show from the bbc which blocks google from listing. Its podcasts friendly. Social marketing platform tone den have added pod. Link says simple landing page for your podcast complete with analytics casted. A podcast platform built for b. two b. marketers. Scene is revenue quadruple in. Its second year. They say stream guys average two major update to their podcast platform asks you recast version four better. editing tools. In new automation capabilities spotify have published their twenty twenty podcast hall of fame. It's a podcast playlist with hand. Picked episodes showing the best of twenty twenty. You can expect reply all ninety nine percent invisible w t.f. Called her daddy resistance and plenty more but curious absence of anything from joe rogan landscaped and podcasting are growing together says mitt roll who've posted a case study into the men's grooming products more than forty shows on mineral have run campaigns with manscaping a few months ago called news published a story about manscaping looking for a new podcast to sponsor. Congratulations to the who. And how clamp now proudly sponsored by manscaping so excited. They've done a special dedicated show. They tell us. It's all thanks to that post on part news and they tell us that they're promo code. Is who how twenty to save twenty percent which is a bit shameless. If you're on vacation in london for two weeks big ben is a must see but if you live in london you can visit the iconic clock tower at anytime which ends up meaning never could rank fence. That big ben problem highlighted in before breakfast time management podcasts from iheart radio talking about making time for the adventures that are close by in point of fact. The ben is the name of the bell tower which is called the elizabeth tower or at least it was called that in twenty four thousand simply called the clock tower not since teachings tower. That's a different tower in any case the tower if not. The clock is covered in scaffolding in a moment. So even if you could get to london it's probably not worth it. You should go and see design museum instead if you ask me but anyway. The point of all of this is that it's one of the one hundred great podcasts recommended by the begnaud collective willing to that today in our show notes and our newsletter. And how not to travel returns for a second series from studio or kanter. It's the covid nineteen edition exploring the many ways in which travellers and industry people have adapted to year without travel.

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"rs" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"rs" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"The world. Brought to you by Rs Rescue over Nash Vegas Cafe Sundays at 6 P.m. on Leon. We're talking 99 7 from the Beacon Capital managed Good Weather Center Oughta mayor has returned. I'm chief meteorologist Lisa Spencer. In the forewarned Storm Center got a bit of clearing towards morning with a low of 45 A partly cloudy sky on your Thursday afternoon high of 67. A beautiful kickoff to the weekend is a little cool. Lots of sunshine Morning low in the low forties afternoon high In the mid sixties. You can catch the latest weather update. Unused for information, fuel opinion driven. This is the Phil Valentine Show on super talk. Well, we're hearing rumors out there. I don't know how true they are. One is a routing is saying That they have a whistle blower on this Dominion voting machines from inside. The company well verified that a lot of this a lot of the shenanigans are true. We also have supposedly a Michigan state senator, saying that about three quarters of the ballots in Detroit cannot be authenticated. Investigates they'll be thrown out. But we will see we get closer and closer. To the truth, Whatever that is. I don't even know what it looks like. It's still Valentine's show. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for being here. 6157379986615737 WW tion. Instant email. Phillip valentine dot com Web address. So that one time dot com Follow us on parlor P R l e r dot com And you'll find me at Phil Valentine, where I'm interacting. With the people out there and one of the stories that was just interacting with because you can click on the comments, and then you could make comments to people making comments. Jim Johnny, You always have to help me with this guy's name from CNN..

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"rs" Discussed on podnews

podnews

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"rs" Discussed on podnews

"Could be the most exciting news independent podcasters for some time proposal of a set of new tax for RSS. . From the podcast index pickup me and better discover ability and accessibility more revenue and protection against piracy. . You'll hear more later in the podcast. . Amazon has caught to two main names, , podcast, , dot com, , and podcasting dot com play, , both forward audible, , which doesn't have third party podcasts in it. . Amazon music does though in four countries. . US Radio, , personality Howard Stern was apparently approached by spotify claims Bloomberg his contract with Sirius Xm seems close to renewal. . However, , black women in podcasting can now apply for a micro grants from the black and Brown podcast. . Collective grounds can be between two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. . The Edward R Murrow awards were awarded whereas include all kinds of podcasts including the catch and kill podcast with Ronan Farrow, , the dropout from ABC News and the daytimes and wonder reproduction detective trap. . Friend has added a tinder for podcasts feature allowing you to listen to random new episodes. . Swipe left for Nope and swipe right to add that podcast to list of shows you like to be a bit more. . Acquainted with. . spotify onto allowing use of API to transfer playlists to other platforms. . It transpires today for podcasts would notice that podcast indexes new podcast says, , namespace allows you to link to your show on other platforms without use of spotify is. . API. . And is it time to kill reviews in Apple podcasts? ? Tanna. . Campbell. . Thinks it might be replacing it with a simple love button. . It's a Monday. . So here's some more tech stuff starting with that new namespace for podcasting. . The new specification allows additional tags like location. . A locking mechanism to protect feeds against privacy links to the show and other podcast APPs transcripts, , multiple enclosures, , and funding. . The namespace is to be done in phases allowing full industry contribution, , and it's fully backwards compatible with existing feeds. . There's more on the podcast indexes podcast, , which is called podcasting two point. . Oh Jason Feed version one point one has been released. . It's a simpler easier to pass alternative to RSS, , which has support for multiple attachments are in closures as we know them and for extensions or namespace is as we know them, , we've updated our Jason Feet? ? Apple podcasts rejects new podcasts with show images bigger than five hundred K. or bigger than three thousand pixels, , but you can't change that image after you initially published. . So congratulations to Canadian podcast on torpoint. . All Songkhla for managing to have a podcast in apple podcast, , which has an image measuring five, , thousand, , eight, , hundred pixels wide and is an astonishing one, , hundred and two megabytes large. . Wow. . It's broken our page congratulations for that podcast paying an upcoming monitoring system just for podcasters as work to integrate podcast index into its service podcast addict now offers multiple podcasts, , search engines including the podcast index at Lipson appears to have started. . Forwarding insecure are fades to their secure https versions. . And in Pokhara News, , a murder case has many layers, the , victim, , the crime, , and the investigation get to the heart of it on anatomy of murder, , a new weekly, , true crime series launching on Wednesday ad sales by Cabana, , an at large company, , and we thank them for their support today. . Stuff of legends is. . New From Airlines Iheart podcast network Australia is hosted by radio presents a Christian Connell and features interviews with people, , Russell brand and Ricky Chavez sharing at three most treasured items. . Ron. . COM HOGS returns for second season today. . The scripted romantic comedy features a full cast of voice actors and immersive sound design. . Vote for love is the title of the new season

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