37 Burst results for "Spotify"

Fresh update on "spotify" discussed on The Cryptoshow - blockchain, cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin and decentralization simply explained

The Cryptoshow - blockchain, cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin and decentralization simply explained

01:15 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "spotify" discussed on The Cryptoshow - blockchain, cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin and decentralization simply explained

"Any that makes a lot of sense, but yeah. Nope. One user asked if I can share the name of the crypto trader that I just mentioned. I put the handle in YouTube, it's at the top of the and one jochen asks or makes a statement. He says, salary increase negotiations because of inflation. So higher salaries means higher prices means less profit margin, more layoffs means money printing. What do you think about that? I didn't see that question. Yeah, I'm sure that entire discussion on are we going to see money printing or not next year? Are we going to have QE, for example? I mean, who knows? I do think we're going to see low interest rates in a year than we're seeing right now. The question is just how quick are these interest rates going down? The rate of change really matters. I mean, that's the only reason if the fed really kind of comes into play. I don't see that though. I think that's way too risky for the fed. For everything I've heard from the fed, they're going to rather have a recession next year than low interest rates or high inflation. So and I do agree. I mean, it's easier to solve a recession than to deal with the inflation. From today's standpoint. I actually, let's do a one 80. I want to throw a question to you over to Julian. And so even bought Twitter, he's pushing for free speech, and he gets a lot of pushback, not only from the traditional media, but right now he gets pushed back from Apple. So Apple completely stopped advertising on Twitter and as many of you know, they actually have a 30% tax on everything that is happening in the App Store. So you have apps like Spotify or Netflix, I'm not even 100% sure and Spotify. But you have apps that are not listing themselves in the App Store because let's just say a Netflix, they put their app up for €10 a month. Via the App Store. Free dollars and 33 cents actually go to Apple directly of all of their subscription revenue. So they have a 30% tax on everything. And Elon is pushing back hard on that. The yesterday he made a tweet and he said he's willing to go to go to war and he's pushing a few tweets out 36 exposure in the crackdown on privacy and free speech that Apple is allegedly participating in. What are you thoughts on that whole thing? It's interesting. I had a discussion with that today with MM crypto. At the office, actually, where we discussed exactly at a point. And my point was, yeah, I mean, if you can break that part, if you can break that, he's going to break a big monopoly in Apple. I'm not sure if apple's going to bulge on that, even on Twitter. And even for Elon, I don't know. But I do see that apple gets more and more pressure.

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Fresh update on "spotify" discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

00:44 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "spotify" discussed on Game of Crimes

"So we're actually working on some neat stuff, but anyway, that being said, we're going to bring this to a close as we always do, but we bring it to a close by saying, head on over to Apple and Spotify if you enjoyed this episode, let us know what you think about it. Hit those 5 stars, head on over to game of crimes podcast dot com. That's where we got pictures of Dan back in the day. I mean, when you see some of these things, it looks like 80s here. It is. It's 80s, 90s hair. It looks like, you know, that's what it was. I mean, hell, I had a mullet back in the day, believe it or not. Now I have very little hair. That's what happened to it. Well, yeah. Well, we'll have to get a picture of that. I got to see you in a mullet. I mean, that would be interesting. You know, I did have, at one point, when I was in Miami, I had hair down to my shoulders, maybe a little bit farther. And the only person that's ever seen me in a ponytail was my wife. I would only do that at home. I was kind of embarrassed if you want Murph to pony up his pictures of his ponytail. Let us know. And the way you can do that is head on over to social media at game of crimes on Twitter. Let us know at game of crimes podcast on Facebook and the Instagram. But where you gotta be, where you gotta be Murph, let's close this up. Just tell everybody where they gotta be for the month of December, if you're not there, get there, and if you are there, bring others with you. Where do you gotta be? Where do you gotta be? Come on over to Patreon. Check us out. Game of crimes. Look at the different content. We've got on there. It's things that we don't talk about on the regular podcast. Things that you probably may agree with some of what we say we may not agree. We get a little more opinionated on there. And we don't have guests. Well, we do. We had Javier and I were on there once and then we had Chris and Dave on there talking. Those are our special, but those are our special bonus episodes too.

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President Obama Betrayed the People of Persia With Dr. Walid Phares

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:15 min | 3 weeks ago

President Obama Betrayed the People of Persia With Dr. Walid Phares

"Didn't happen. It didn't happen. It wasn't even a point of discussion. And just to see what, to see the people being killed it just decimated over there and those cities falling down with missiles being shot at them. And the way we're handling it. And you could end up in a third World War. Very clear statement of fact, if you missed the interview, he was with us for almost an hour. You can get it the audio version is on Spotify. Go to our Monday edition. That's smashing America first on Spotify and also you can watch the video interview with the added discussions we had in the breaks. Yes, we continue talking through the breaks. That's on rumble so you can check us out on rumble dot com slash said go kap. So what is to be done? How bad can the geopolitical environment get? Why is Iran providing drones to Russia in Ukraine? And what is happening on the streets of Persia? Let's ask a good friend of America first in studio one on one none other than professor Walid faris. Welcome back in studio. Thank you, professor, congratulations, wonderful studio. Thank you. I hadn't realized it's been so long that you haven't seen our new studio. We have some big news with your latest book is out. It's Iran imperialist republic

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Jack Posobiec Joins Charlie to Discuss the Upcoming Midterms

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:37 min | Last month

Jack Posobiec Joins Charlie to Discuss the Upcoming Midterms

"Now is Jack posobiec from the great program human events daily on every night on real America's voice Jack tell people how they can find that program. Yeah, Charlie, just as you said, it's real America's voice every evening 10 p.m. eastern 7 p.m. Pacific. We're also out on the podcast, Apple Spotify, rumble, wherever you get your podcasts. We're out there every single day. And, you know, just this week, everything that we've seen with Twitter has been absolutely incredible. What we're seeing across the country right now in terms of the midterms, you know, I kind of say it's basically like, there's always this question, right? When you're in an election and Charlotte I know you get this one a lot. You know, are we peaking early? Are we peaking early? It doesn't feel that way. Would it feels to me is that the right is is cresting, right? That it's cresting, you're starting to see that crest of a wave, but it hasn't actually yet crashed. And that's where you want to be because we're still about week, week and a half out from the actual election day. It's a really good position to be in. That's why the Elon Musk thing happening yesterday with Twitter. Obviously remains to be seen whether or not he's able to actually, as one man, right? Be able to change the entire culture over there. I like what I'm seeing so far. We happen to be on Tim pool last night live while the news came in. So we had a big celebration. And I think that in general, as a movement, we should celebrate our victories and take time to do that because you have to understand that restoring free speech to the public square. It's I'm not going to say it's more important than an election, but it's almost beyond all of those things because what it does is it gives us the ability to fight on an equal playing field in

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How 'The Bible in a Year' Podcast Began

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:31 min | Last month

How 'The Bible in a Year' Podcast Began

"I need people to understand the revolution that you have brought about. Now, the fetching machine is a Presbyterian. I'm a Roman Catholic. And we both enjoy your podcast every single day. And we only are ever about a day or two behind. Would you tell people where this began? How it began and how big it is now, because the Bible in a year available to Apple at Spotify from Ascension press, they use the great discovery Bible from Ascension press because I can say that because I've heard it for 280 days in a row from father Mike. Tell people how this got started because it's really a phenomenon. Yeah, no, it was great. So back in 2020, I don't know, some things happened around the world. And I remember I was caught up actually I was in Israel. I landed in the Holy Land on a Sunday morning with a bunch of students. I work at the university of Minnesota Duluth. And that morning we landed, and that afternoon, the prime minister of Israel said, we're closing, travel, everything everyone's got to leave them. So we scrambled, we got out of there in two and a half days. It was a crazy kind of travel. Getting back to the states then, it was one of those situations where I was just thinking, okay, I was going on in the news. And I saw myself so constantly distracted by so many different voices and so many different people's opinions. And of course, everyone's losing their minds about very, very strongly and passionately held opinions. But haven't really thought too deeply on things. I found myself getting distracted. And I thought, you know what? I need to do. I'm going to read the Bible. I'm going to go back to like some timeless truth here.

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Meghan Markle Is Out for Asian Justice on Her Podcast

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:29 min | Last month

Meghan Markle Is Out for Asian Justice on Her Podcast

"May again Markle hopped on her podcast today and decided to call some people out. So in a return to her Spotify podcast, archetypes, worst title ever, she takes on one of the most prominent stereotypes of Asian women on screen, the dragon lady. She said, movies like Austin Powers and kill Bill. They presented these caricatures of women of Asian descent as over centralized or aggressive. She's talking about fuku and fuk me in Austin Powers goldmember and Lucy Liu's hyper violent already she until Bill. She said that such characterizations go at least as far back as 1924 when Anna May Wong played a scheming Mongol slave opposite Douglas Fairbanks in the thief of Baghdad, okay? I wonder how she felt about Mickey Rooney playing mister yunioshi in breakfast at Tiffany's. Or even David Carradine playing Mark kwai Chang Caine in Kung fu. But Meghan Markle maintained that this toxic stereotyping of women of Asian descent. This doesn't just end once the credits roll. Oh, she feels everybody's pain. As a case in point, she introduces sociologist Nancy Wang yoon, who wrote about the dragon lady stereotype in her book real inequality, real with two E's. Everything is equality, equity, inclusion, you and told the story of being catcalled by a man using a line out of full metal jacket while she was traveling to an academic conference. She said, I myself have been proposition in an airport in Atlanta of all places by a stranger who said me so horny. He just yelled it out to me. Now at this point, this podcast should be a fun podcast. Who doesn't laugh at me so horny? She said, I knew why because I looked around and I thought, and I saw that I was the only Asian woman in that area. I knew he was talking to me, even though I don't even know if he ever saw full metal jacket. Okay, listen to me, honey. So because one idiot quoted a line from a film by maybe the greatest director of all time. Therefore, that makes full metal jacket a bad movie.

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Dan Bongino Will Interview an FBI Whistleblower Later This Week

The Dan Bongino Show

01:20 min | 2 months ago

Dan Bongino Will Interview an FBI Whistleblower Later This Week

"Huge huge interview for us which will be airing Thursday and Friday and two parts on my podcast channel An FBI whistleblower we've been begging for Has finally come forward And is willing to talk And folks I promise you I've already done the pre interview it is going to be explosive Unless something happens years ago would have laughed about that idea but given that we live in a police state now with a third world like FBI management hence the need for this interview Thursday and Friday you'll get to take a peek behind the curtain about what's really going on at the FBI It is an exclusive It is ours I'm really proud of the work that went into this too It's the working on it now If you'd like to get a sneak peek please subscribe to my podcast channel today Sorry to keep bothering you for this It's free then cost you a dollar You can go to Apple you can go to Spotify and most importantly rumble a rumble dot com slash bongino That's where you will see the actual video Thursday and Friday part one and part two As opposed to saying on the radio but this is worth your time I don't want to oversell it and get all screaming and yelling like I do sometimes This is really really one of the most important things you're going to listen to on a long time You want to find out what's wrong with this country and the FBI

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 R. Kelly convicted of child porn, enticing girls for sex

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 2 months ago

R. Kelly convicted of child porn, enticing girls for sex

"Received a videotape showing Kelly having sex with a minor The paper reported police in his hometown had begun investigating allegations about Kelly and that same girl three years earlier both the girl and the parents denied though that they were involved Ironically the very day that news broke Kelly performed at the opening ceremonies for the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City On Kelly ends up being indicted on child porn charges related to the tape he stands trial 6 years later and is acquitted on all counts after less than a day of deliberations Follow me Though officially vindicated in court the stories about R. Kelly and young girls continued making the rounds with parents of some of the women now claiming that their daughters were kept in what they called a cult when the me too movement verse forth activists launched a mute R. Kelly movement calling for boycotts of his music Spotify Apple and Pandora all stopped promoting him despite his complaints Then

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Beyonce's New Album Is Causing Controversy

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:45 min | 4 months ago

Beyonce's New Album Is Causing Controversy

"Her latest album is called renaissance. It's the first one she's released since lemonade. Remember that hoopla 6 years ago? It's causing quite a stir in the business. Remember she's saying in the Super Bowl? Oh my God. A lot of shit in the business now because of this album. A couple of singles were secretly released. I don't believe that for a second. I'm sure it was coordinated without her consent. Yeah, sure. She knew what was going on. Another pop star, kelis, and the police, my milkshake brings all the boys to the yard and they're like, it's better than yours, right? That's kelis. Kelis went on Instagram to give Beyoncé some shit. 'cause her album has 16 tracks and it pays homage to dance music and she samples some iconic hits from Donna Summer and Robin S, Robin S recently said she was thrilled to have a work included. But now everybody's thrilled. Apparently, kelis is not thrilled because milkshake was incorporated to Beyoncé's album on the 5th track called energy. So now she's speaking out to claim that the song was used without her permission. And without getting too in the weeds, let me just say the production duo of Pharrell Williams because I'm happy and if you feel all right, Pharrell Williams and his partner Chad Hugo, they're known as the neptunes. They're listed as two riders of milkshake, which was released back in 2003, and kelis is credited as a sole performer. So she and the neptunes have a long and complicated history. We don't need to know that. They worked on a first three albums in 99, 2001, 2003. Who even knew, kelis has three albums. I didn't know. But either way, it's not my world. But according to new track credits for energy that you see on Spotify and Apple music, both Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo are listed among the numerous co writers on the song while kelis goes on mentioned. And despite not being listed in the song's credits, her involvement in renaissance was teased earlier last week after Beyoncé released an official track list naming the artists set to be sampled in each song and as a fan account on Instagram that put up the list, she repulsed the list of Beyoncé put out. And that got a response from kelis, who said that this was the first time she'd heard that her work was being used on Beyoncé's album. And she wrote in response to this fan, it's not a collaboration. It's theft. So right away, shots fired. And kelis went on to say, my mind is blown because the level of disrespect and utter ignorance of all three parties involved is astounding.

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Mark Levin's First Ever Podcast-Only Special Launches Tomorrow

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 4 months ago

Mark Levin's First Ever Podcast-Only Special Launches Tomorrow

"First time in over 20 years You won't hear this Sauron radio What am I talking about Well you'll be able to listen to my first ever podcast only special My first ever podcast only special And I want you to listen to my first exclusive podcast only our right here Where Subscribe to the mark of intro podcast to listen to my first ever podcast hour It will be launched at 5 a.m. tomorrow Eastern Time Those of you who have already subscribed to the Mark Levin Cho podcast you'll be able to hear it And it will launch 5 a.m. tomorrow Eastern Time but you'll be able to hear it throughout right mister producer Now those of you who have not subscribed to the podcast you can subscribe to the Mark Levin show podcast on your phone's podcast app Or go to Mark Levin show dot com click audio rewind to subscribe to your favorite podcast platform Apple Google stitcher Spotify tune in or Amazon If you're already subscribed again you don't need to do anything to get the special podcast I will automatically show up on your podcast platform I'm doing one hour this month one hour next month one hour of the following and one hour after that for fresh hours Focused specifically on the election

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"spotify" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

02:20 min | 5 months ago

"spotify" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Where they basically, they broke away from the standard. They made their own thing. iMessage. And similar to your point about Q&A for Spotify, iMessage does all these crazy things, right? It does. Memoji and audio notes and I don't know, 10,000 other features that are completely incompatible with iMessage. But it does something really smart. You can still text someone on Android and what happens when you text someone an Android. It actually falls back. To the green bubble. Create the whole generation of shame. But yes. Exactly. So they're probably like crazy things happening underneath the hood there, where it's actually like defaulting back to a different technology. And the person on the other side can't get that rich experience that, let's say, you and I can if we both have iPhones. But it is backwards compatible. And I think that's like a pretty decent analogy for when I think about podcasting and where it's going. How some of this stuff has worked out, right? There are all these great features that now exist like the ones you mentioned, but it is still compatible with RSS. When you publish even to this day, a podcast on anchor, you're getting an RSS feed, it's going to all the other players. It just might not be the same register. Wait, okay, so this is part of the tension that I think is so useful to have you talk about it, right? Because on the one hand, you start out with anchor as a tool that essentially publishes an open standard, XML and RSS. To represent the podcast as an enclosure. And then you start to evolve the things that you can do with that media format. And so just as your example suggests that Apple uses the green bubble to manipulate people into wanting to get an iPhone to sort of, as you say, upgrade their experience in a similar way, you can imagine that if I'm distributing a podcast and I want to have that fan engagement that I need to actually use Spotify to get that level of fan engagement, even if the standard format supports it. So I guess my question is also, and again, I don't want to get too down the weeds in this because of the products I think is actually a little bit more interesting to me. But the degree to which the things that you were publishing or innovating on at spot Spotify became sort of open as open standards or extensions to the podcasting format to encourage others to adopt those new forms of engagement. Yeah, I mean, I think at the end of the day,.

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"spotify" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

01:35 min | 5 months ago

"spotify" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Too? I don't know that I necessarily can compare. I don't maybe I just don't have enough exposure like traditional media companies to know, but I guess what I can tell you is when you have a startup, the thing that drives you is your mission, right? It's got to be because you have to you almost have to make things have to make the whole everything you're doing, like, so crazy and aspirational for it to actually work. You can start a company and be like, hey, I want to build, I want to build this product and have a million users. That's just not aspirational enough to motivate you to grind the way you have to actually. You have to wake up every morning and be like, I literally wanted democratize audio for every single person in the world. It has to be that almost that it's sane and that audacious. And I think what surprised me about Spotify was when, you know, the more and more I got to know them. And by the way, we're a 20 person company at the time, and we're chasing this big audacious mission. And they're up, I don't know, I forget what they were, maybe a 5000 person company. And I felt that same level of ambition and hopefulness for the future of audio that we were feeling as a tiny tiny upstart. And that was really inspiring to me. That was really cool. It was like, oh, this actually isn't some big corporate entity. It's just a group of people that also want to help shape the future of audio and have a very specific vision and Spotify's case around helping a million creators to live off their art..

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 NYC guitar concert by Hinckley, who shot Reagan, is canceled

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

NYC guitar concert by Hinckley, who shot Reagan, is canceled

"A John hinckley concert that was scheduled for next month in New York has been canceled The market hotel in Brooklyn made the announcement on social media citing very real and worsening threats and hate the 67 year old Hank Lee shot and wounded president Reagan in 1981 He was found not guilty by reason of insanity and Wednesday was freed from federal court oversight In recent years hinckley has released songs on Spotify and posted videos of himself singing and playing a guitar on YouTube Public performances by hinckley that were scheduled for Chicago and hamden Connecticut already had been canceled before the market hotel made its announcement I'm Mike

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Joe Biden: 'We Have the Fastest Growing Economy in the World'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | 6 months ago

Joe Biden: 'We Have the Fastest Growing Economy in the World'

"12 Here is Joe Biden on the Jim O Kimmel show Kimmel on the Jimmy Kimmel show last night saying how we have the fastest growing economy in the world He really needs better advisers whispered in his ear here check this out Look here we are We have the fastest growing economy in the world The world the world Now that's not a mistake He said the world three times I had a joke Now after that I guess Biden's staff knowing he had screwed up Because as The Wall Street Journal notes U.S. GDP falls 1.4% as economy shrinks for the first time since early in the pandemic The economy is shrinking It's not only not growing it's actually shrinking So I don't know what he's talking about So the Biden team was like how do we take the edge off this This was obviously another Biden ism And someone backstage said I'll bet if we put this thing to a beat we can make kind of a rap song out of it So I'm hearing rumors this may be available on Spotify and iTunes later It's the new Biden song called yes we're lying but we have the fastest growing economy in the world It's going to be a hit You should go on AGT with this check this out Boom Here we are We have the fastest growing economy in the world The world the world the world the world The world the world the world Yeah baby The world Yeah Yeah that's tight That's tight I could hear Simon Oh let me tell you something so that's a wonderful such a gifted way to get your voice out there And then you got Heidi That was great man We love that You're so talented Then you got Sofia and how we don't want to shake anybody's hand Of course how he's got back the germ before

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Are Dinesh and Debbie 'Hated' Because of '2000 Mules'?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:13 min | 7 months ago

Are Dinesh and Debbie 'Hated' Because of '2000 Mules'?

"The other one of the things that Debbie does, all of our many of our very wide portfolio, is she kind of is the receptacle of all this feedback that comes through both through my website, but also you check things out on Facebook. And you were just telling me what did you see? Yeah, yeah. So a Facebook friend of mine just sent me a little screenshot of us on another podcast that we did last week. And he goes, Debbie, you guys are hated by many factions. You will remain in my prayers by name each day. And I hated isn't all caps. Yeah, the hated is an all caps. So they must be, they must be trying to just bring us down. You know, usually that happens when you speak truth and they don't like it. They don't want you to speak truth. And I think it's also become a problem. Emerald Robinson was talking about this. And I think she's right to this degree. She was saying that this movie is a kind of a problem. It's a problem for Fox News. It's a problem for the GOP establishment. They were hoping not to have to deal with something like this. It was easy for them when they could just write this stuff. It's a conspiracy theory. But when you have all this video evidence and there are people who are compiling little video snippets. And I tell you, tell you every day that we are. So apparently, our YouTube channel has gotten a lot of views. The podcast has gotten a lot of views in the last week. More than normal. Well, I mean, ridiculously more. What happens is that we typically we find that there's almost a controlling algorithm that keeps us at like 10,000 views. Now, when I first started the podcast, 60 80, a 130,000 views, and then suddenly mysteriously, almost overnight, it went down to ten. Yeah. And it's like, I could never cross ten. The podcast is seen by a lot of people elsewhere on Apple and Spotify. But on YouTube, specifically. And then suddenly, suddenly last week, it was over 200,000 and then 400,000 views. And so that's a lot. So I'm telling you that the powers that be at YouTube or slash Google are going to try to

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Things Look Different (MM #4046)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Things Look Different (MM #4046)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason if you visit the mason minute website, you'll notice that things look different. Kind of had my hand forced. When we started the mason minute, 11 years ago, I don't know why I picked the website look that I picked. They just kind of fit. I went with it and well they're gone with it for 11 years. But recently I've had some problems. The guys who created that template for the podcast hadn't been updating it in a long time, so I knew I was going to have to make some changes. So I've been looking at new templates, and then everything started falling apart. I was having problems with my web host. I was having problems with my podcast host. I was having problems with people being able to read things. And find things, and then when Apple and Spotify couldn't find my podcast on my podcast page, I knew I had to make a change. So in the middle of the night we took the plunge and made the change and now things look a whole lot different. If you don't visit the mason minute website, you may not notice a difference. I don't think you will. You can still find it wherever you find your podcast, but I encourage you to stop by because I truly believe it's the only place you'll find all 4046 episodes. Most places just hold onto about 300 of them and move on.

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Things Look Different (MM #4046)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Things Look Different (MM #4046)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason if you visit the mason minute website, you'll notice that things look different. Kind of had my hand forced. When we started the mason minute, 11 years ago, I don't know why I picked the website look that I picked. They just kind of fit. I went with it and well they're gone with it for 11 years. But recently I've had some problems. The guys who created that template for the podcast hadn't been updating it in a long time, so I knew I was going to have to make some changes. So I've been looking at new templates, and then everything started falling apart. I was having problems with my web host. I was having problems with my podcast host. I was having problems with people being able to read things. And find things, and then when Apple and Spotify couldn't find my podcast on my podcast page, I knew I had to make a change. So in the middle of the night we took the plunge and made the change and now things look a whole lot different. If you don't visit the mason minute website, you may not notice a difference. I don't think you will. You can still find it wherever you find your podcast, but I encourage you to stop by because I truly believe it's the only place you'll find all 4046 episodes. Most places just hold onto about 300 of them and move on.

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Things Look Different (MM #4046)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Things Look Different (MM #4046)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason if you visit the mason minute website, you'll notice that things look different. Kind of had my hand forced. When we started the mason minute, 11 years ago, I don't know why I picked the website look that I picked. They just kind of fit. I went with it and well they're gone with it for 11 years. But recently I've had some problems. The guys who created that template for the podcast hadn't been updating it in a long time, so I knew I was going to have to make some changes. So I've been looking at new templates, and then everything started falling apart. I was having problems with my web host. I was having problems with my podcast host. I was having problems with people being able to read things. And find things, and then when Apple and Spotify couldn't find my podcast on my podcast page, I knew I had to make a change. So in the middle of the night we took the plunge and made the change and now things look a whole lot different. If you don't visit the mason minute website, you may not notice a difference. I don't think you will. You can still find it wherever you find your podcast, but I encourage you to stop by because I truly believe it's the only place you'll find all 4046 episodes. Most places just hold onto about 300 of them and move on.

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The Left Continues Its Campaign Against Joe Rogan

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:11 min | 10 months ago

The Left Continues Its Campaign Against Joe Rogan

"The left continues its campaign against Joe Rogan and not able to get him on the issue of COVID. Oh, he's having, you know, he's putting out COVID misinformation. He's interviewing, admittedly, highly qualified epidemiologists and virologists, but you know, they're part of the conspiratorial gang that's telling lies about COVID. Well, that didn't work. So then the next line of attack, and this is a line that's still continues, and Joe Rogan is sort of, I won't say fed this, but he sort of given into it a little bit, is Joel Rogan has used the N word. Now, first of all, Joe Rogan has been podcasting and he's been out there doing his thing for years. He's just done a giant number of podcasts. And in 13 years, he has used the N word. A handful of times. Now, interestingly, Joe Rogan apologized for this. He said, I should never have used it. And fair enough. But it's also true that the taboo against the N word has intensified in recent years. And I remember, in fact, gave a talk at Debbie's Alma mater, Texas state. I was talking about Lyndon Johnson. I was quoting him and I literally used the N word about 20 times. Now, I wasn't using it. I was quoting Lyndon Johnson using it, but I nevertheless said it. And I said it because at that time, and there were a couple of people who know she's using the N word. I'm like, I'm not using the N word. I'm quoting LBJ using the N word. In any case, Joe Rogan did this. And Spotify has taken down those episodes, Spotify claims what Joe Rogan's consent. But either way, it makes it difficult to kind of go back and see what Joe Rogan actually said. Well, happily there's a guy who has done that. He goes back and he looks at Joe Rogan's use of the N word, and in every case, Joel wrote in no case as Joe Rogan actually expressing anything racist or using the N word in a racist way. He's discussing rap music or he's discussing what terms are okay to say and not to say and how certain things could be said and now can't be said. So there's really nothing here. Joe Rogan had nothing to apologize

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Joe Rogan Challenges Mainstream Media to Do Better

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 10 months ago

Joe Rogan Challenges Mainstream Media to Do Better

"Joe Rogan, yesterday called the mainstream media kind of called him out as he said, look, rather than trying to cancel me rather than trying to silence me. Why not change your message? Rogan challenged the media to do better. Yesterday, as he discussed the avalanche of coverage that he has received as we follow this over the past couple weeks. It started with various artists pulling their music from Spotify just because they simply aired the Joe Rogan experience. Joe Rogan, of course, a very popular podcaster. He's been very outspoken. Many of these people, accusing him of spreading misinformation. Now he has an old personal experience with COVID. He's taken Ivermectin and is worked for him. As it has worked for many others. I think it's something that you just have to talk with your own doctor as Joe Rogan obviously has and make these decisions for yourself. But the left have wanted to silence. Joe rugged. They don't want him talking about alternative treatments. Treatments as some hospital systems some doctors have refused to give their patients even after threat of lawsuit and in some cases, spouses have actually had to sue hospital systems in order to get treatment for their spouses.

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Is the First Amendment Truly Alive and Well in the United States?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | 10 months ago

Is the First Amendment Truly Alive and Well in the United States?

"Is the First Amendment truly alive and well in the United States? I think many people listening to this show would have trouble believing that that is the case. And yet, our State Department, along with over a dozen other western governments, posted a joint statement on its website regarding free speech in Hong Kong. Quote, the undersigned members of the media, freedom coalition expressed their deep concern at the Hong Kong and mainland Chinese authorities attacks on freedom of the press and their suppression of independent local media in Hong Kong, read the statement. This included countries like Australia, many others across the west that have been quite impressive in their clampdown of misinformation. Now, one doesn't have to look far to find out just why exactly this is so rich. We have seen in just the last week The White House call on Spotify to censor Joe Rogan for having honest conversations with doctors that have dissident opinions from the mainstream narrative. You've got aging Canadian folk artists like Neil Young and Joni Mitchell, boycotting and pulling their songs off of Spotify. Neil Young is doubling down by the way and telling Spotify employees that they should quit before it steals their very souls. And for what? For having doctor Robert Malone, doctor Peter McCulloch, both doctors of which have been on this show, speak out about how they are treating COVID and speak out about why early treatment will save

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"spotify" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

04:47 min | 10 months ago

"spotify" Discussed on Popcast

"He gives them a tremendous amount of runway and a hit start and the space away from their platform competitors. Which at this point, there are lots and lots of lots of them. I would also say just from a pure critical standpoint, like he's a really good broadcaster. He has a really good ability to fill space to drone on and have that be at least somewhat interesting. If you're paying any amount of attention to. And the fact that there is the majority of these guests are people that people would want to listen to terror, comedians, their authors, sometimes scientists of all kinds of quality. Right. Scientists and also quote unquote scientists. Right. He's sort of a piece of somebody like doctor Marin or Bill Simmons. Of course, he's just a very different kind of ideological figure. Obviously, the tension with Neil Young and all the spin off of the young tension. Underscores a larger tension within Spotify of music versus non music, Spotify had built its audience on the back of being the universal jukebox, the infinite jukebox, theoretically, although YouTube obviously is in a way as well. But Spotify does that and then kind of pivots and says, well, okay, so here's the thing. We're not going to pay you guys very much. But we are basically the best thing going and there are no record stores anymore. So y'all just kind of have to deal with it as we go walking this other territory, which to us is much sexier and actually potentially much more lucrative. That's how it reads to me. I'll say two things about how that reads to me from that direction. On the one hand, the way to interpret is that it's a little bit about trying to carve out their future while trying to hold on to their president as much as they can. The music streaming game platform is tremendously problematic for the artist. But for the platform itself, it's kind of stuck in a very difficult competitive zone..

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Spotify CEO Confirms Removal of Some Joe Rogan Episodes

The Trish Regan Show

00:57 sec | 10 months ago

Spotify CEO Confirms Removal of Some Joe Rogan Episodes

"Under threat. You look at what's happening right now to Joe Rogan. And it seems like, you know, the mob is out to get him. The mobs have to get everyone. It's just disgusting. I don't think we can continue as a society. Really living like this. I mean, they're out for blood and they're like, sharks in the water. They smell it. And now the CEO of Spotify is having to say, wow, well, wait a second, you know, we're just gonna take down these podcasts, but you see, we support free speech, et cetera, et cetera and all these musicians are running for the hills. So this is cancel culture on steroids. They're trying to go after a pretty big fish. They're going to go after this for a while. We'll see how far they get. The problem is, when you give them an inch, it's all over. So if Spotify gets rid of Joe Rogan, by the way, Joe Rogan has another offer already from our Friends over at rumble. They're like, hey, Joe, come here, we'll pay you. We'll pay you a $100 million. We'll give you a deal. Wouldn't that be

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"spotify" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

06:44 min | 10 months ago

"spotify" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"Spotify may be one of the most popular streaming music services out there. But there are some other options. And it's also relatively easy to transfer your collection of music and your playlists from one service to another. If you are following all this news and your second thinking your Spotify subscription. And I'm going to turn to Mike for this because Mike here you are and how many bands these days, at least two. 7. 7, 7 bands, you are a resident musician and audio file. We just had a really enlightening conversation in the newsroom about Taylor Swift a bit ago. We'll say that for another pod. But when you are not listening to vinyl, how are you streaming your music and we talked about this? Are you going to leave Spotify import your music over? Probably not. I'm pretty invested in Spotify at this point. I'm also not the only person who lives in my home and we have a family account and it's tied into the Sonos and we have a bunch of playlists like for the kitchen and for sleeping. And it's just part of my day. I would say I probably listen to streaming music about four to 6 hours every single day, whether I'm at home or at the office or out walking around or in the rare occasions I'm driving a car, almost always streaming music. So I don't know if I'm necessarily going to leave just because I'm pretty invested in the platform. Now, I know that a lot of people have been bailing, at least just anecdotally talking to people, Kate mentioned she bailed and switched to Apple music. There are a lot of people on Twitter talking about switching. I was kind of hoping that you could look at Spotify's stock price going down as this has this controversy went on over the last few days, but actually their stock price has gone up, like considerably, like between ten and 15% depending on what day you're looking at it. Either way, like this has happened before, you know, people have been bailing on Spotify for a number of reasons over the years. A lot of people left to put pressure on them because there was this mistaken impression that they weren't paying artists. There was a lot of blowback from the recording industry community and people who publish music saying that they weren't getting big checks from Spotify, but that's just because the economics of streaming are different. There is also a lot of people who left to get HD music because high definition music came out on title or Amazon HD and people made the switch for that reason. And a lot of people went to Apple music when it launched. And then again, went to Apple music when Apple won the subscription package launched. So if you get if you like arcade games and you want to do the workouts and you want access to iCloud and you want Apple music, you can get all of that for a lower of the bundle lower price. So yeah, it's not new. So how would one go about and I'll open this up to the both of you. Go about switching from Spotify to another service. If you have tons of playlists in Spotify, you don't want to lose those. Well, there is a piece of software you can use, but I'm curious to hear Kate's first hand recent personal experience of switching. Okay, so I would have probably benefited from doing any research before I switched because what I did was like angrily delete Spotify and then like I didn't use any of those services. I know they exist now. But I was just like, new year, new me. Goodbye. And I had a lot of playlists that I liked. So I'm sad. I'm trying to recreate them on Apple music, but you know, I don't know, maybe I thought it was a good chance for a fresh listening start, you know, see what a new algorithm thinks it all like. I do openly admit though that I missed my playlist, if you're gonna make the switch, I recommend looking into porting them over if you like your playlists. Because making the fresh break is pretty aggressive move, which I did. What happens if someone has shared a playlist with you on Spotify? Like Mike, I have one of your playlists, downloaded to my Spotify, your dinner party one. Yes. And then just last week, I went to a yoga class, really liked the playlist, went up to the instructor afterwards, said, hey, what was that playlist? And she just air dropped me a Spotify link. Do you port those over to a new account? Or do you lose those? Can you only port over your own created playlists? I have no idea. We're going to have to follow up on that, folks. Well, and thanks for listening to this podcast. Well, that's been completely please. There are tools that you can use to port your own playlists. And like your own sort of any creation that you've done in Spotify. You can port it to pretty much all of the big other services, not just Apple music, but also things like title or cubas or I'm probably saying that wrong. Or YouTube music is a good contender. Our colleague in the UK Adam spate wrote a really great guide to switching. And specifically about how to take your playlist with you. The tool that he recommends, which is the same tool that I've used a couple of times. It's called song shift. And you basically just log in. You download an app. You log into the service that you're leaving. The service that you're joining and then you just click a button and it sinks all of your preferences and all of your saved playlists over to the other the other service. Now, I don't know if you're following somebody else's playlist and you select that whether or not it will recreate it on the new service, but I would imagine that it would work. I can't say for sure. So maybe if there's a listener who's tried that, they can tell us. There's another piece of software called sound is. And it's the word sound and then the letter I and then the letter I again and then the letter Z so it's and Z very similar service, I think it has a few more a few more services that you can port to. The big one is plex, which is like a streaming service as well as you can have your own music server in your home, which is another thing that people may support video as well, right? Yes, plex plex is also a video player. So it's like a full multimedia home multimedia system. But yeah, Apple music is the big one that a lot of people are leaving to simply because if they have an iPhone, it's the most convenient. It's there on your phone and because of like the bundling options, it's also the same amount of money. If you don't have an iPhone or if you don't want to join Apple music and I know that there are many reasons why I would recommend that you take a look at YouTube premium because YouTube has like a music service that's basically just like everybody else's, like there's a.

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"spotify" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

05:45 min | 10 months ago

"spotify" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"We saw it. That, you know, sweaty, long, rambly video. I'm just gonna say people sled. It's okay. Yeah, that video momentarily had me convinced, though I'm not sure of what. It had this kind of veneer of authenticity, like here's my shiny face in the sun. He looked like he was maybe standing in a backyard somewhere and I'm wearing a sweatshirt. And I'm just going to shrug my shoulders and say, hey, I'm just a curious person who asks a lot of questions. I have a variety of experts with expert credentials on my show and I try to interview people with different viewpoints. It was like he was section two 30 immunity personified. But then it's important to remember that he has this audience of tens of millions of listeners that he has had conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on his program. And that as a result, he is paddling misinformation or harmful or hurtful misinformation. Well, you know, he didn't get to be super popular because he's hard to listen to. I think that it should be said, Joe Rogan is like a compelling presence. Way back in the day, I used to sometimes listen to the Joe Rogan experience. Like, I actually the only Twitter fight I've ever been in in my life was with one of my favorite comedians, sadly. I got really mad when I was listening to the Joe Rogan experience and Nick Kroll was a guest because I was listening 'cause I love Nick Kroll. And Joe Rogan was saying, I forget exactly what he was saying, but I remember fuming because I knew it wasn't true. It was something to do with antifa and Seattle and he was sort of talking about he was saying the right wing talking points about antifa violence and necro was sort of nodding along. And I like angrily tweeted like, how could you not call him out? And I don't know where I'm going with this story, but just to say that I listened to him at some point, I know a ton of people who listen to him and not all of them are who you would think a typical Joe Rogan listener is, you know, he has the most popular podcast in America in Canada and the United Kingdom in New Zealand. New Zealand's doing everything right with COVID and they still have tons of people listening to him. In Australia, probably in some other countries too, but definitely those. Because a lot of his conversations are pretty interesting. He's a good interviewer, unfortunately he chooses to interview people who are spreading harmful disinformation and he chooses to sometimes spread that information himself. But yeah, he is not someone we can really dismiss even if the ideas that he is putting forth are dismissible. Right. Just because he's so popular. It's also important to not just use the phrase misinformation broadly when it is not misinformation. And I think one of the more compelling arguments he made in his video is that some of the ideas that have been put forth on his show over the course of this pandemic is that, you know, we had this idea about masks. And then that evolved. We had this idea about vaccines. And then that evolved. And so there are these evolutions of ideas that are happening throughout this pandemic as science evolves. But still, there are instances where it's actually harmful misinformation that are being put forth on the show. For sure. And when it's something like doctor Robert Malone, who was one of the guests that really made healthcare providers and people who know about epidemiology angry because he is fully an anti vax figurehead. You know, I don't even know if we should call that misinformation when it's probably disinformation. Like he knows what he's saying is wrong and he's deliberately spreading it. Yeah, I definitely don't want to down downplay the wrongness of what's happening here. I just want to say Joe Rogan has a lot of cultural capital right now and I'm surprised that he even apologized because he has so much cultural capital. I'm surprised he's that shook up about this all. Yeah, you know, and it really puts Spotify in a tough position because Spotify in this case with podcasts that they have exclusive rights to is a publisher. So when a publisher puts out something that is wrong, it is their responsibility to correct it to say it was wrong in issue correction, like if The Washington Post gets something wrong if The New York Times gets something wrong with wire, get something wrong, we publish an update, we give a correction, and we publicly tell everybody this was wrong. So maybe like putting those disclaimers in front of podcasts is a step in that direction, but really like saying you were wrong and not perpetuating the error by republishing it or allowing it to continue to exist out in the world. That's something that I feel like publishers should do. So I just want to say that. Absolutely. I was just thinking it would how ridiculous it would be if wired took this approach and just started slapping content warnings on articles we had in fact checked that might be wrong or soliciting op eds from people who were clearly way outside the overton window of acceptable viewpoint. It's just the way that Spotify is handling this is pretty mind boggling. When you remember it's a publisher. Yeah. It's a whole new world. And I don't think this story is going to end here, but we are going to continue to follow it closely at wired. For now we're going to take a quick break and when we come back, we're going to talk more about Spotify but from a user experience..

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"spotify" Discussed on The Media Show

The Media Show

04:55 min | 10 months ago

"spotify" Discussed on The Media Show

"Offensive things as well and also promoted misinformation about COVID. We can talk about what they've said, things like a guest has said an prominent anti vaxxer who said that Americans have been quote hypnotized into wearing masks and are duped into taking the vaccine. He himself has questioned whether young people even need to take the vaccine and has said you don't need to take. He doesn't think you need to take it if you've already had COVID, which is not what medical experts said. And on and on and on and on. There's been tons of offensive material and hindered as well. And he has put out a statement, which would hear in a minute. He's also insisted he's not anti vax, but just explained to us why concerns about Joe Rogan and COVID, which aren't new. They've been around for some time. Why have they escalated in the last few days? Well, they started escalating actually a couple weeks ago when there was a letter from 250 confirmed concerned scientists. Worried about Rogan's comments. But then it really took off when Neil Young pulled the said he who is a history of standing up against a large institute. There's large institutions in the music industry. He said, I'm going to pull my music, it's going to be me or Joe Rogan. And then Joni Mitchell followed him yesterday that our artist India re followed him also a popular podcast from grenade Brown. Said she would be no longer contributing episodes. So it's really ballooned and then internally as well, Spotify's employee base, which has long been in crisis over Rogan. They're actually having a town hall right now over this issue. Okay. And when Neil Young offered the option to Spotify of young or Rogan as he put it, so far Spotify has chosen Rogan. This is a man who has become a podcasting phenomenon. There are millions of downloads for every single podcast he has millions of followers on social media and let me give you an idea of what is podcast alike. Sometimes the conversations can be very long over three hours, here's a little of one with Elon Musk last year, which eventually drifted onto the question of the human race beyond earth. Could you colonize the galaxy in a million years? Absolutely. The entire galaxy. So you would start with Mars, build bases on Mars than to use Mars to jump off all these other planets, set up places there, and over thousands of years each kind of like software one solar system to the next and that's something for us to consider. Jake Cantor, let's bring you in here, media correspondent at the times. Can you explain to us why Spotify a business initially based around music streaming would move so heavily into podcasting with an exclusive deal with Joe Rogan?.

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"spotify" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

02:39 min | 10 months ago

"spotify" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

"That's what we've got to wrestle with. That's what we've got to put a value on and try and figure out where do we care? Because we should. I'm not saying we should all care equally in exactly the same way and care about exactly the same things. But we should care. And I think it matters when we talk about the difference between corporations and governments. This is also one of those things where deplatforming a Joe Rogan podcast episode is not a free speech issue. It's just not. First of all, it's an exclusive podcast to the Spotify player. So it's not as public and institution as even like Twitter might be. But we don't have public institutions on the Internet. They're all privately owned. So instead, the free speech issue is really a problem with compelled speech. Should the government be able to tell a publisher they have to publish something that would violate their fiduciary concerns with their shareholders? And that to me is much more worrying as a free speech issue. Should the government be able to force Spotify to publish content that would upset advertisers and would cause advertisers and subscribers to pull out of the Spotify ecosystem, thereby devaluing Spotify as a product and making the shareholder investment for Spotify investors less attractive. That's compelled speech is just as dangerous as the right to free speech being eroded in our country. Should the government be able to tell you you have to say something even if you disagree with what they want you to say. That's a freedom of speech is also the right to not speak. I'm way off on all of this. Apologies, I didn't really want to go off on that tangent. But it makes me sad because it definitely showcases the lack of civics in current education. Where I feel younger people actually have a much better innate understanding of their relationships with online media platforms than people my age and older. But it's a free speech. You should be able to say, please speech. And you're like, that's not a thing. Oh, God. You shouldn't be this.

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"spotify" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"spotify" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"And I think she ended up getting a better deal, but it wasn't actually good for the entire industry. But of course, even then with title like you said, Jay-Z's music is now all on Spotify after years of it not being there, so. Absolutely. And what's Spotify is two things going on here. A, they know that just finding out what your personal top list was is not even half of the whole thing. The other half is sharing it. They count on that because that's what makes people feel fomo. It's like, oh, I'm not on Spotify or haven't been on Spotify in a long time. I wonder what mine is. I need to share it. The other thing is they are capitalizing on the fact that music tastes is something everybody is nervous about. I mean, this is like when you used to be record stores and you'd bring your purchases up to the counter and you looked at the clerk and you wanted the nod. You wanted, yep, this is good. The very high fidelity. Very high fidelity. Or you wanted to at all costs avoid the eye roll, right? We are putting ourselves out there and we're so nervous about what our musical tastes say about us or what Spotify tells us our musical tastes about us that we are curating it. Maybe we're chopping off the top song from our list. Maybe we're kind of just highlighting one part of the list because our musical tastes are so bound up with our sense of identity. And that's what they're exploding. Yeah. And I think it goes back to kind of what we were saying about whether you call it a guilty pleasure or a rut. But how much of this becomes about performance and less about a genuine sort of sharing of what we listen to, am I listening to songs that I hope make it on my wrap so that at the end of the year I'm not petrified to tell people what I was listening to? See, I don't think people are doing that that much, though. Not yet, but certainly lifeline said we're sharing the parts of us that we think are going to be the most telling of our brand or the most sort of flattering in certain lights. And so and that's the power of wrapped as they make it piecemeal. So if you know your top song isn't that sexy, maybe it's about the aura. You know, mine is hype and spooky. And those words are great. They mean kind of nothing. And it tells you that I'm maybe mysterious and my music is hype and spooky. I think they've recognized some of the reticence to share everything so they've parceled it out so that no matter what you've listened to no matter how much kids music is on it, there's a part of it that you do put out there and again it all is just a marketing campaign to bring people back to Spotify. And so regardless of whether people are shifting their patterns to present a specific wrapped, Spotify ultimately is shaping your habits over the years. What I find a little more problematic is the delivery of our top songs and albums and artists. The language around the Spotify wrapped gets increasingly more quote unquote, dare I say urban. And it just feels a little off. My friend is dead Wesley, who covers politics for The New York Times. He tweeted earlier this month, quote, Spotify rap says vibe check. You understood the assignment and kept it on fleek with this podcast that lived rent free in your head, just like an NFT. I just wanted to say about the pushback.

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"spotify" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"spotify" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"It may be good for Spotify, but is it good for music? Now you didn't answer that question. So I'm going to make answer it now. Yeah, well, I mean, I sort of pointedly asked it at the end, but my sort of answer is Noah, I don't really think that it is. You know, we are so beholden to this to this app and to what it feeds us. We do a lot of passive listening. It sounds like all of us, you know, whether we're at home or at the gym or in the car, we sort of rely on Spotify to keep the vibe going, we're not necessarily actively skipping and shuffling it except for if we don't specifically want to hear something. So we're really reliant on that algorithm as well to shape our experience. And then the things that we listen to passively and like it keeps feeding us and it's not necessarily giving us those sort of weird, quirky avant garde artists. And then I think about the embarrassment factor of posting something that doesn't necessarily live up to your brand and your wrapped. And then how much does that shape what you listen to what you want to share? I actually love it when I get to experience a friend's bizarre more out there musical choices because it triggers me to actually go out and find new things because I am such a creature of habit as we mentioned. And increasingly, people only share what they think is not embarrassing. And I think it perpetuates this sort of sameness, this monolithic culture of music. And Spotify isn't just contributing to it. It is sort of shaping that entire discourse. And so as a net good for artists, it's not working as a net good for listeners. I also don't think it's working, even though it's fun to share, but if you're worried about what your musical tastes say about you, is that good?.

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"spotify" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"spotify" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"And so without realizing it, I have been listening to Eurovision bangers, not the ballots, the ballots are deadly, like songs like she got me by Luka honey and el Diablo and too late for love in ten years. These are going to keep you grinding through your cardio. And that's kind of what I realized. And as soon as I realized that, it was knowledge I couldn't sit on. The world needed to know. I needed other people to know that I am a Eurovision game, and I posted it. He's a Eurovision guy, your honor, with the list, because finally I had hard data to prove it or so I thought, right? And then other Eurovision gays liked it and they retweeted it. And then somebody else replied saying, look, I don't know any of these songs, but I see that you've got down from the musical 6, which means you've got good tastes, and that felt good, but it's really murky, right? Because of course, you know, I did listen to these songs on other services besides Spotify. So they don't reflect who I am as a person, but could they be said to reflect deep breath, my brand on social? If I had to identify that, I'd say it's this queer dad joke, self deprecating, but not too self deprecating critic slash enthusiast slash dork. Does it fit that guy? That persona, I mean, kinda. I can not feel like there's all these questions about is the Spotify raft actually capturing all of our consumption. But no metric of Internet ever does. Facebook can see a lot of what we do, but not all. Twitter, we share a lot of that. But we don't share all of our lives on there. So I'm not that angry when Spotify doesn't tell me exactly how much I listen to everything all year. So I have a smart device at home as well..

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"spotify" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"spotify" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Hello, it's great to be here. It's great to have you. Also joining us is a meal in the Ozzie. She is a culture writer and panelist on the CBC's pop chat. She also wrote about Spotify rep for The Globe and Mail. Welcome Amy. Hi, good to be back. Great to have you. So Spotify launched what would eventually become Spotify wrapped back in 2015, but it didn't become a whole big thing until around 2019. When the service paired the yearend data it served you, with eye catching and extremely shareable graphics..

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"spotify" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"spotify" Discussed on Talking Tech

"Talking tech is supported by ionic shoes, innovation and technology touches every aspect of our lives, even in ways we may not think about. Like shoes. One brand that really has innovative tech figured out is ionic. Stay tuned after the show to find out about their special offer for our listeners. Happy Thursday listeners, it's Bret Molina. Welcome back to talking tech. If you're a subscriber to Spotify, one of the coolest features that they have put out each year at the end of the year is Spotify rap. It is a quick look at top songs you streamed on the service in the top artists that you streamed through the platform. It's back again for 2021. On Wednesday, Spotify introduced Spotify wrapped. I wrote about this in a story that you can read on tech USA Today dot com. If you've never used Spotify before or maybe you just signed up for it like a few months ago and you never knew what Spotify rap was, here's what it's like. You'll go to the app and when you go to the app, you'll see this big section for Spotify wrapped. And what it does is it takes a look back at the artists that you stream the most. The songs you stream the most, as well as the podcasts you enjoyed the most. It's a feature that's available on Spotify app for iOS and Android. And you can also see some of the stuff on the web. We'll talk about that in a minute. When you click on the rap feature, it actually has a story and it runs like SnapChat or Instagram story that you'll see on social media. And it'll show you information such as the minutes streaming songs and then it'll get into your top 5 artists this year and your top 5 songs of this year. Once the story wraps up, you'll get to the end of this story and you'll be able to share these lists. So if you want to share your top artists with other folks on social media or just through text, minutes listen to whatever you want to share, you can share that kind of stuff. There are a couple of new wrinkles this year, the sharing part they've added these new cards that basically make it easier for anyone to share. And also through the stories you can share any slide at any time. And they've done some different slides as well, which we'll talk about in a sec. So you can do all that. The other thing you can do too is they've tried to take the data that you have accumulated through your listening. And try to present it to you in some creative and fun ways. There is a feature called 2021 the movie, which what it does is it basically says if there was a movie about you being made in 2021, this would be the soundtrack. And so it might take a song from your playlist or a song that you stream the most and say, this is the title track for the movie. Here's the song that would play during a scene. There was one I think where it said something like, here's the song that would play if you're professing your love for someone in The Rain. So just taking these funny movie moments and matching them to a song that you really enjoyed on Spotify that year. There's also one called an audio aura and what it does is it displays this colorful visual and it's supposed to be based on your music moods. So it'll take everything you've listened to over the past year and it'll assemble it into these different moods just to give a sense for where your head was at. In terms of your music listening for the year and this story is available just on the app. You can access some of this stuff on the browser as well. But it's mostly the playlists. So the other thing that happens as well is Spotify puts together playlists of your top songs from 2021 and then the same thing with your artist. It'll take collections of music from various artists that you really loved that year. And it'll put it all together in one nice playlist. So it's a lot of fun. Again, I enjoy, I enjoy it a lot. It's funny too because I share my Spotify count with my oldest child. And so our musical tastes are obviously very different. And so it's just funny to see how skewed she makes my Spotify wrap list because you know it'll be a mix of there's this 90s alternative music in there and then we throw in Taylor Swift or we throw in Olivia Rodrigo. So someone seeing my Spotify might be like, wow, you have a very eclectic ear and when it comes to the music you like, but it's really just no, I just share it with one of my kids, so there we go. I wish I could take the credit for it, but unfortunately I can't. But again, if you have Spotify, it's a really fun feature. If you don't have Spotify, you're considering it. Again, it's a once a year thing, but it's still fun. It's part of it's one of the things that makes Spotify really fun and enjoyable as a subscription. So if you haven't checked it out yet, I highly advise you to do so now. Listeners, let's hear from you. Do you have any comments? Questions or show ideas? Any tech problems you want us to try to address? You can find me on Twitter at Bret melina 23. Please don't forget to subscribe and rate us, or leave a review on Apple podcasts, Spotify stitcher. Anywhere you get your podcasts. You've been listening to talking tech. We'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world of tech. We get support from ionic shoes..

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"spotify" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"spotify" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"Reasons why i remain a mastercard shareholder in an extremely bullish on the stock for the long-term spotify has launched. Its first global brand campaign in an effort to win over advertisers. Part of the effort is changing the name of its advertising business from spotify advertising to spotify for brands. And i know jason win company looked marketing. Spend is a lever. That companies can control and we've seen examples over the years of company sort of pulling back on their marketing. Spend to save money make their quarterly report. Look a little bit more profitable. I think if you're spotify shareholder you got to feel good about this effort. You have to like this effort because this is a stock that's basically been flat for the past twelve months when the s&p five hundred is up about twenty five or thirty percent so this is to me spotify looking at their business and saying we can and should be doing a better job here. Yeah i agree. I agree totally. I think i think many probably sees spotify as a music streaming service first and foremost and i know that they're ultimately trying to present themselves as an audio company right. It's not just music and its podcasts. As well going going kind of back to that to that size of the network thing that we were talking about with mastercard spotify is getting to a point where their network is so big. They're going to be able to to try a lot of new things and really push new features out to a lot of folks they have a meaningful audience and so this makes perfect sense. I think what we're seeing ultimately the the evolution of spotify to me. This is straight up entertainment company. So i think i think transcends just music and podcasts. I mean they're incorporating more video into into the app. I mean there are going to be a lot of different things. They can do a lot of potential avenues. They can pursue with this user base in the user base itself is just tremendous..

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"spotify" Discussed on Podcast Insider

Podcast Insider

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"spotify" Discussed on Podcast Insider

"That. I don't know any other thoughts on your part whenever you read a headline just very careful perhaps actually read the articles. Well yeah and don't get you in in. Some people will want put all their cards is hang on. Go less on spotify where they need really saying. Listen were you listened to content. Because they don't have to listen to podcast on apple or apple pie. gaster us. what there's lots of you listen primarily where you listen your spotify listener right. I listen to all of music for the most part on spotify. however all of my podcasts. I'm still do in apple podcasts. At my phone okay. So a lot of people that listen to music and spotify. It have also switched to listen to their podcasts spotify. So many who have though don't mean we we don't want to discount that audience at all you know because they're very valuable listeners to all of us but anyway i think it all depends on the show. But don't worry. I don't think spotify is close to apple podcasts users at least yet but there is a another article And i really haven't seen this. Maybe you read the piece. But it's a start of course designed for journalists looking to enter into podcasting. What did you have a chance to look at this story. Yes so it came from coming from the night center which is a journalism organization And they're just doing a course for. I believe ninety five bucks To really really figure out how to get into podcasting as a journalist because it is utilized so heavily in the past couple of years. And that there. Is you know that transition there of some people are easy can easily jump into it and do well and then others really have to Learn how to move and just spoken word as opposed to written. So i mean i don't i don't know exactly what they're going to include in this course however it just you know is is relevant right. Well that's good and i think that when you have journalists that is actually speaking versus writing it. Don't you think that they have to. I think going to be more cognizant of being accurate. But i would hope so. We're going to see more personalization. It's interesting how journalism has changed of course if you look at mainstream media it's more entertainment than it is you know true hardcore. Investigative journalism You mentioned that. And that is something that i hope something like. This would factor into say like. Don't take this case and glamorize it and to some extent fetish cise an and turning it into entertainment as opposed to if you still doing this as an article as a piece for newspaper for whatever you right for you might have a very different tone and way that you go about this. Yeah so it's interesting to see as journalists. Start doing more podcasts. How the tone is and then you know because it's easier to be behind the keyboard than it is to be behind the mic I always had keyboard warriors right now. I'm not gonna apply to two journalists but a lot of bloggers keyboard warriors and but when you have to put your face or your voice in front of something. Well that changes a little bit. So we'll see interesting to get a is. He has any any is on. That course we'd love to hear what's in it for anyone actually taste it. We'd love to hear so africa best the road to africa podcast day. Twenty twenty two so this event being. Hello yeah so. I believe it's All online of virtual events. They did one earlier this year. i believe in january and the maybe may as well And i think they're wrapping up twenty twenty one with this and then start up again in twenty twenty two but it's it's To me is reminding me of International podcast day celebration type five of just trying to you know. Make it known get more people interested for any podcasters in africa speaking of international. Podcast day we're only seventies away from that that we are so we haven't even thought about what we're gonna do special for next week but I'm sure we'll pull something together. Absolutely we will. I mean it's not exactly the same that it's been done in the past couple of years But we're definitely going to do something so you can go over to international podcast day dot com. Look at that. And you celebrate international podcast. Stay with us. Do something special with your show or a group of folks may get together and celebrate or even just go out and have a beer to fellow podcasters. That one sounds good. Yeah it does. Doesn't it definitely does the ambiance. Once again they're open for entries. Hit the nbc's dot awards. Engine dot com. Okay let's let's open this link okay. The ambiance criteria. I'm wrong are associated to the academy yet the podcasters or whatever. They called correct okay. Yep so they're going. I think there's an entry fee well. Last year members was hundred. Non-members was one fifty. And they have a in-person awards event and they're going to have An impersonal awards event again. next year. it's going to be at the la It's basically podcasts. Evolutions i believe is where they're going to have it or in conjunction. I did not know that was getting at so and hopefully at the same time. They're bringing back the podcast hall of fame. They're being said that they're going to so maybe they'll be able to piggyback this on that. I don't know well time will tell. But the ami's open for entries any podcast member or nonmember and it's like the.

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"spotify" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"spotify" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"Bj specifically was actually a strategy or an idea for the titling from tahoe is a member in pot. Hacker super active. So thank you yeah. We'll see if that actually works. Because dan there's so much opportunity to leverage other people's work and then show as recommended initiatives. And there's not really anything like that in the podcasts. I know there's platforms. That are trying to do that kind of thing. But like even spotify like it's not very good at recommending other podcast based what you just listened to trying to. Yeah like on the home screen. I think recommends well for me. It's joe rogan allot armchair it could be because those are podcast i love. Yeah so it'd be curious to like what is spot spotify. I was gonna say spot cast. That's kind of cool But like i wonder what spotify is is recommending as a whole like people that don't listen to maybe a exclusive show from spotify they're not recommending podcasts. At all exactly. I wonder if they're just pushing their own stuff. Yeah right now. They might be. I think if you have a tendency to only listen to music on spotify. They only recommend music. I don't know 'cause. I listen to both and i get recommendations for both. I just don't feel like the recommendations i get real dialed into what i've actually listened to in the past on spotify now but youtube is just like oh. They like watching videos about bj fog. Here's more video about bj. Fog and ours is right there in the mix cool. Yeah and that's where that's because literally the reason why we're putting so much effort into youtube ability. Yeah but let's just say that just spotify can't do the same like i genuinely think spotify is going to become the audio version of youtube where it will over time. Become more of a searchable thing recommended thing there you know. There's probably a lot of. I know that there's ads that you can run. I don't know if we'll get into that and one of these graphics but you know they already have ads on spotify but for a podcast or the targeting not too great. It's still very broad. But in there's some there's some limitations for certain people. I think you have to have a two hundred and fifty dollar budget per month minimum. But i mean it's worth a shot but that just shows you they're they're creeping their way they're there i mean it. It's one hundred percent their goal to be the youtube of of audio right. Like they built anchor. Which makes it really easy to publish podcasts. On their platform their platform is free. You can you can either pay premium amount or you don't have to pay. It's all ad supported. That's exactly youtube model. And they have anchor to basically put more creators into the platform. That was. That was the first thing i like. Anchor is designed to basically make it easy to get the podcasts online machine you know and then Yeah and then. And then spotify plays them for free and then they're going to inject adds into unless you pay their premium and then they don't put the ads in it. It's like identical youtube just without the video and even with like joe rogan. They've even cooperated video. It's not like you know sitewide. I think joe rogan zealand. When i know of that has been you on the moment. But let's say that's not going to roll out later. So i wouldn't be surprised if they actually even start chasing after some of youtube people. Actually that's already starting to happen. Other youtubers who focus on youtube that have gotten pulled into spotify instead. Well obviously joe rogan. Because he had a big big youtube following that's what he's always streaming someone else I don't remember any other names. For some reason. I remember hearing like david. Dobrich named thrown around at one point about how he was offered. Spotify exclusive deal. I don't know if it's true or not but there's been some other youtubers focus on youtube that i've heard have tried to have been offered the opportunity to move over to spotify with their video stuff from you to be curious to see how that translates over from like a creator type of thing on youtube where the formats probably wildly different. Well there's no commenting. there's no interaction. there's community engagement on spotify. Which i think is a big barrier for for youtube creators to come over as they think they want to be more interactive with their communities. Yeah well that might change. Because i know there was something in news won't get into it now but it seems like they're integrating ways to make money through spotify premium content. That something apple is experimenting with as well but failed their subscriptions. It's been sloppy. It's kind of like a mess from what we've heard just from reading things. Say there's interesting things. Yeah so here's another. Here's another thing that came from the poll. Suppose you heard about a podcast that you were interested in listening to but didn't know where to find it. Where would you go to try to find the number one response youtube number two google spotify. Let's see. I can't read so four percent for spotify apple was went to percents And then there's a big old slice for other twelve other two percent don't know but fifty percent was youtube in thirty percent. Google yeah so. Like i i mean i don't know if it's just me but i. I felt like youtube wasn't always psychologically the place to go to to search for how to maybe more so there but now i feel like it's just going there for everything almost. Yeah like obviously if you're looking for a granular like little bit. You know an article or something but there's so it's just that as a search engine seems to be what people want the visual the back and forth. It's more engaging there's a community there still gives you what you want it. Here's the thing too though. Is that google and youtube are the same company right. So when you google something on the search engine. Most of the time you actually see youtube videos as some of the results today right so literally. Seventy percent is like how people discover new. Podcasts are when they hear about a podcast and they go search it out. Seventy percent are going. Send bro. that's fifty plus. Thirty fifty was twenty. I can't even more. So eighty percent of people are going to one of the google platforms to find it and so yeah you just make sense in that context. Check my is yeah. It is thirty. That's crazy. I mean positive for look at apple. Two percent apple is to fricken percent so if somebody told you about the hustle and flow chart going apple. And you're like. I'm gonna go this podcast down. Only two percent of people are gonna go to apple hunted down so think about that. When you're mentioning your podcasts or anything with your brand we're not just talking podcast but all this is podcast but let's be honest. It's like anything with content via shattered out on youtube or make sure you have it on youtube in some format it lease for the discovery ability could be snippets of your content..

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"spotify" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

Sounds Profitable

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"spotify" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

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"spotify" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

Sounds Profitable

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"spotify" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

"It doesn't take the most critical mind to see that spot up is working towards a siloed podcasting landscape. I talk about that future in my article spotify as in podcasting to win which link the description. All that's left to do is theorized cheap. And what they're going to do when they get there. I spoke to griffin caprio about his theories on the subject. Well thank you everybody for joining me here today. We're with a grip caprio who was previously at his own podcast production company and the branded space griffin. I actually met on the quired. Fm a slack channel and started talking about my spotify article which this is the podcast companion for group showed me that. He shared a lot of those same opinions. Probably three to six months before. I even started posting on sounds profitable so we talked a lot about it afterwards. He definitely was a big influence in my follow up article and i thought it would be great to introduce some of you to him because he's got some great perspectives on this. So griff how you doing today doing great. Thanks for having me brian. It's a great to join here on the on the podcast. Yeah it's great to have you here and so you know. We talked about spotify a lot. And this is what the conversations going to be about today and one of the things that we had talked about was spotify goal. Isn't just podcasting right. it's it's about owning the ear. What's that mean to you overall. And what do you think that that means for. Podcasting specifically yeah. That's a good question. I think one of the things to keep in mind is spotify is not assuming that the future of podcast listening. Looks like the past. And i think that's important lens to kind of come out the moves into decisions that they're making and so when they talk about owning the year you know they really don't see podcasting as any different than or frankly audio books or meditations. They see it as audio content. And so if you're listening to something in the headphones they wanna be where you're streaming it from and so much like facebook didn't care what you're reading your news feed. It could be articles that could be photos from families it could be you know news updates. Spotify really doesn't care what you're listening to songs. It's streamed from them so that's the interesting part. I agree with you. That spotify cares about you. What you listen to comes from them right. That's the core of that But the thing you said was the future versus the past the podcasting like we are obsessed with podcasting because we're in the space and and honestly it is pretty cool. That's not just like a. Hey i'm over here touted my own thing but do you think spotify thinks long-term that what they're going to build or what they're building. The name podcasting means anything or are they going to merge everything together i mean obviously music catalogues and things will stay the same but is going to bring in audio books. Or are they gonna keep at and then also podcasting differentiate the three or is it going to be more spoken-word with music and then just spoken word and and treat them as their own entity you know. I think they're just gonna kinda merge everything together. So i think you're gonna see playlists start to intermix content types I think you're gonna see them. You know Since that article came out that you originally wrote they bought a megaphone and so they are going to start to power audio content consumed on other platforms but kinda streamed in sourced from them like ads and everything. And so you know. I think they want to be the originator. And i think they want to be a platform that everything comes off of and it doesn't really matter what content is going into your ears like. I think that's just where they're where they're going but do you think they'll keep the title podcasting or do you think that like in three to five years from now spotify will have something that is podcasting as we know it today or an evolution of it but not use the word anymore. No i think they'll i think they'll use the word you know. There's a lot of power in nomenclature and it doesn't matter that if it's an anachronism or not Or if it's relevant or not. I mean think of how many things that we still use that you know. I you go to save something on your computer. In the the icon is a floppy disk like Even today new software will come out. And so i there's there's a lot of power in defaults and there's a lot of power in familiarity with people and if podcast things what they know certain content by need to use the word podcasting. I just don't think it matters to them. That i think that's also interesting too because they've tried already to change what we call like a three minute or a five minute like brief and people keep trying to give things different names so we all default back to podcasting is just a short format podcast and you know what are other things. We we talked about was the difference between podcast listeners and people listen to audio content. I wanted to share a little bit here. A so huge typhi nerd or just fantasy nerd in general. And the best way you can spend money on audible. Is spying a brandon sanderson book. 'cause they're like fifty five hours per book. So what a way to get your credit gray great books to really enjoy. I've consumed everything you did. But he just came out with the newest book fifty five hours fourth book in the series of five so excited to listen to it and put it on and i had to replay the first four hours. Because i've been listening to podcasting for so long. That i forgot that i have to truly pay attention audio instead of passively. Pay attention at when it's a book someone is spending their time and committing to putting something very specific there for a reason. Ideally in front of you whereas podcasting even the most structured in intelligent podcast kinda circle back to concepts a little bit over and over again right. It feels like the they go back to the original idea and further and further out. So if you miss a minute or two. You're not dead in the water. But like i missed an entire pop point and i was like. When did that happen. What do you think the big differences are between podcast listeners audio listeners. I think it really has a lot to do. And this is something that you know at the at the company. I was previously at dante thirty two. This is something that we really cut our clients on. Is you need to meet the listener. Where they are at not where you want them to be. And i. I think this is the eternal struggle with artists in content creators. In general is they create something and they want it to be consumed. How they envision it. And there's this tension in the market where people will consume content in a way that makes sense for them just for example. You know if you spend a lot of money on an audio book Production and you get the sound editing and sound effects and you get the music and the scoring and everything sounds amazing and then you have someone listen to it at three x speed right and so you know that's gonna upset the content creator because they had a vision for like how you should consume this in the world. They wanted to put you in but at the end of the day. It's the listener. That dictates kind of how they want to consume it. And so i think i think there are some podcast listeners. That are looking for something equivalent to white noise in there as they're doing something else and i think there's other podcast listeners. Like myself for example. I listen to different podcasts. In different contexts. When i want to concentrate and focus. I listen to certain podcasts. When i'm just kind of walking around or playing with my kids doing something else. I listen to other types and so i think you just have to kind of put the content out there it as many ways as you can and let the.

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