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03:29 min | 3 months ago

Quibi says 'Quit it' - and tells a fan podcaster to stop

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"steve pratt" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:36 min | 4 months ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Morning eight thirty seven on this Thursday morning and everyone who is physically joining us now Dr Steve Pratt he's the dean of liberty University School of business he's the president of the Virginia association of economists and former United States congressman up for Virginia good morning Sir welcome to mornings on the mall thanks for joining us Hey merry events great to be on thank you thank you you don't liberty university is in the news you guys are taking a lot of heat because you are doing the opposite of what every other university in college in this country is doing and they're all sending their students home but you are expecting students to return to the campus this week it I believe it's this week why are you going the opposite of what everyone else is doing yes let me clarify that a little bit I know governor northern kind of stirred the pot a little bit closer scripture I'm glad he's quoting scripture and showing that we're all of a community you know still dedicated to the Judeo Christian tradition but that tradition is also committed to the truth so that you got to get the truth out the truth is work for behaving really like all the other flagship university Tom what he referred to right we have a hundred thousand over a hundred thousand total student we have a twelve hundred students that came back to campus or never left campus that seven hundred and fifty of those are international students that don't have anywhere else to go right and we were a National University right we have students all over the world and in every state into some of our parents say Hey where's my kid better off at it in Lynchburg or in New York City or Washington state Seattle or California these are adults we're talking about right most of our students are are adult and so it's it's it's just strange that the critique that you know it is the state knows the past we have followed every single state ordinance and federal ordinance to A. T. we've had surprise inspectors come to our school for some reason I'm not sure if you go to other schools but that the basic message is we're we're acting like most other schools and we have banned the you know best in class originator of online education I think most everybody knows that right since nineteen eighty five so when when when the students we have which is just a thousand on campus are here all of our students are getting online education right a hybrid of were using Microsoft teams so they're going back and forth to the professor digitally right on line but interactive so they get the best of the residential experience and then you know for government online assessment tools for Catholic fans of quizzes and blackboard to go back and forth so I just want to kind of correct the record with some of those basic facts and you guys feel free to follow up yeah J. thank you well and in other words what you're saying is students live on campus they're paying rent to do that and then you're just gonna let them live in the place they paid rent to live in yeah no that's absolutely right and it is just bizarre you know as some commentary from some of our local political leadership you're telling adult to leave town our kids are the community right I mean if you just think about the term community if you do have a community do you tell are your community to take off I don't think so right I mean that is what a community is our kids are the very essence of what our community is here in Lynchburg and we've got to clean a shop in the country right you can compare the the infrastructure the buildings that took all of our kids are eating off campus it's all delivered not that we were doing social space saying all of our chairs are barred for social distancing it cetera and so we're doing everything right it right just repeat what filing all look up to governor Northam side directives upstate lower following all federal guidance can I ask you how old can I ask you are you are you still paying your dining hall workers by any chance sure yeah yeah and that and that that's another key aspect right I mean if you really love your community and your workers and your staff and your students yeah you're thinking long term about their welfare you know how how does this shop operate in the best interests of everyone long run and there's a there's a reason I ask you that question because because Harvard did you see a Harvard they laid off all of their dining hall workers Herbert has a forty billion dollar endowment they laid off every one of their dining hall workers right right and I there's there's more those stories to come right to were always the first to get hit by the press yeah but you know at the end they're going to they're going to be some issues with some of the elite universities you know what to look for right somebody that tenured faculty are going to do that you know I'm lying grudgingly and then say no it is what's coming up those are the stories it's gonna come up where at liberty were doing online our faculty love the students and that were the best in class and online delivery and we know how to do it these other schools are challenges implementing yes Sir it will you know what's interesting when you explained it as these people are B. R. dolls were basically tenants because the dorm is like an apartment complex except I would assume that there are shared bathrooms and things like that so how is this going to work if they're going to do online classes what about them getting together on the floors it like an apartment building or they're gonna be any kind of restrictions on ads about social activities those types of things yeah I mean we're we're given the same guidance that any parent would or the state or federal I mean even on our own families not everyone's paying a little bit more tension Yenice sneezing and your elbow and social distancing yeah you know just being polite and and they're just following good norms that everyone should should want for the for the welfare of the community and so no that's right where were we for example some of our staff offices our campsite quarters and so they've dispersed those across the whole universe because our academic building action the students are coming in right so we have folks sitting in these academic building space out it is six to eight foot out from each other as well as as another example of how we're doing things the right way is very interesting you're treating them like adults imagine that Dr David brought the dean of the liberty University School of business thank you for explaining it clearing up the record thank you not you but god bless our great day off you two eight forty three on WMAL one of five point nine FM please open my eyes W. M. A. L. this is a beautiful thing where Washington comes to talk well recently I met with Steve.

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"steve pratt" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:55 min | 4 months ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Easy they're the experts you want on your side renters warehouse you'll always have a home with us WMAL news time is eight thirty five this Justin unemployment claims have just been released and as expected a new record of three point two eight million claims made last week that opposed as opposed to a typical one point five million claims that you would normally expect again a record three point two eight million unemployment claims last week traffic and weather every ten minutes first on the five Lisa maiden in they have deep carpet cleaning traffic center traffic is moving smoothly on the beltway now at the Wilson bridge nothing to report on the beltway to College Park and Silver Spring Virginia side of the inner loop moving at speed at a spring field to get to two thirty six now ninety five north bound that is going to take you about thirty five minutes out of Fredericksburg into Springfield and more open to the Pentagon now from garage door repair dot com the W. M. A. all store March seven four cast temperatures are gonna warm very quickly out of the forties to around sixty degrees this afternoon it'll be partly sunny really nice looking day good to get out now for your Friday will start with a few showers should be gone by seven AM the high seventy one we're back to fifty seven degrees for a high temperature on Saturday some scattered showers around but Sunday near eighty one zero one seven mineralogist run could jump right now it is forty in Vienna forty one in Damascus forty six at Reagan national I'm John Matthews one of five point nine FM Washington's mall WMAL good morning morning eight thirty seven on this Thursday morning and everyone who is physically joining us now Dr Steve Pratt he's the dean of liberty University School of business he's the president of the Virginia association of economists.

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"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

01:51 min | 6 months ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"It's it's like I don't need to run noodle right. I mean we're still a relatively small company would just have a couple hundred people. And and so I I. It's within the human brain's ability to figure out the patterns right but you need to analyze it. I just can't ignore it. But when it gets to billions of dollars of inventory. Going in with millions of combinations. That's when you need a I got it and be curious. He sort of got ask you As a seasoned entrepreneur executive if I was an entrepreneur or executive for that matter wanting to Get into this field saying hey you know what I think. These guys are right. I think Route a very exciting time and technology. And I WANNA I WANNA to start or join. A company that is at the forefront of machine learning. Ai The smarter fixation of everything you know all the good shit How how do you think about starting and building a startup around these technologies in this new world? Yeah I would say a find some very complex high value decision where current software. Just can't handle it right because you know it's dealing with incomplete data it's dealing with Fixed business rules. There's hundreds and hundreds of areas right that and startups will start popping up all over the place. That does all these problems. And then there'll be some consolidation. I would say start there. I The you know I I. There are a lot of companies right now. That are trying.

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"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

02:23 min | 6 months ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"Well and they are getting to the point. I think we're just on. Which is the decision decision pieces part of it but the other big piece is the if I could use this term the actioning of shit right. Yeah yeah then like Shit happens and an shit happens in an automated. Real-time way yes. Yeah I mean the right exactly the speed at which it can react. I mean so like in the steel mills got edged devices that take the raw sensor data. It does these massively complex. Correlations in regressions was basically what it is And then and then it says like immediately slow down the roller or or or or or zero or spray more water or you know given the fact that the scrap has this chemistry and the relative humidity is this. And we're building this and it's going to go to the galvanizing line that make these twenty adjustments in real time like. That's no technology could do that before it was everything was based on averages. Right I mean we like you know. Yeah Yeah I'm just trying to think I I want to say it was deming who said this but I might be making this up. I think what w Edwards Deming said was. The factory of the future was going to have a computer. A man in a dog and the dog's job was to make sure the man didn't touch the computer right right now. My whiskey soaked mind thinks he said that so. I heard that I don't recall deming or someone else right or right but the I actually think that again. Tell you they. I- SUCKS AT A. I suck said not of.

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"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

01:43 min | 6 months ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"Complex problems by analyzing taxed it's numeric. Data is the key right. And so there's this massive head fake going on and people really don't understand where the action is really going to be right so shooter in it'll talk back and that's a I like. Yeah but that's just you know that's in my opinion. That's a gimmick right and not where the action is. And where is the Action Steve? Where if I'm the CEO of manufacturing or distribution or logistics type company. And I say Okay Steve. I'm in yeah where where the action. How get my head straight so right? Now let's say you have ten thousand skews ten thousand products that you need to deliver so one of our customers has over a hundred thousand skews products. They need to deliver to more than fifty countries and couldn't figure this out so if you want to increase the profitability of your company by tens. Maybe one hundred million dollars and bring down your carbon footprint right apply these technologies and with the simple fact of where should I send my shit that I build that I make right very simple? I mean it's Super Complex Problem. Very simple to understand. I have my factory I make stuff. Where do I send it right? That is one of the biggest sources of economic waste and and environmental waste in the world. Just that the other side is like when you when you make stuff right when you make stuff like..

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"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

07:50 min | 6 months ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"And workflows made up of of boxes and diamonds right boxes at an action and a diamond. As the decision right Europeans really at actions like create a shipping manifest. Right I move this thing from here to here is way debit here in credit. Here it's really bad at complex high-value high-volume decisions. So those diamonds like it sucks right. So that's where I comes in a I is is replacing these key diamonds within the workflow and helping us make better decisions so the way like our supply chain. Ai Works is we have a connection into sap we make where sap just melts down right? We make the decision were or we work with the imagery planner to make the decision. And that writes back and sap so sap is really good at coordinating across in linking everything together in single source of truth and and it's critically important but but really bad at that really complex decisions because it was. Arctic to thirty years ago. One of the technology didn't exist. Yeah so here's the Hoffer me And when I got this I started to begin. Do I think understand your world but I wanNA bounce this off of you essentially if you say the information technology industry is let's just call it fifty years old plus or minus for the vast majority and I say this like an idea for the vast majority of those fifty years Data has been for the most part again. Astor gastric a record of what happened. I something there's a there's a jail entry. There's an accounts receivable. There's an accounts payable against that it was in your inventory at a cost. You can figure out your pro bub-bubba but essentially we capture something it. It's a piece of data and the what we're GonNa do is later on to your point about about the diamonds and so forth. We're GONNA look at that data to make decisions. Should we increase prices Be Should we focused on this customer. Set whatever we analyze data after the fact because data is a record of what happened that we do analysis on after the fact and the big transformation I think going on now is well that obviously you continue to be true. The big for me is data is now the thing that makes things happen and drives things to happen in the future. So it makes things happen in the president that is to say these correlations that kick connected boom boom boom and then something happens. Something gets triggered. Something gets enabled. Whatever transaction gets driven? However you want to think about it and then based on that it sort of Pushes the direction that we're going into the future? So data's moved from a record of what happened to the thing that makes things happen in the present and into the future. But I'm curious how you think about it. Yeah exactly I mean I I think the the big breakthrough is in is in predictions and optimizations into the future right. Historically what we've done is to look at the data going backwards like business. Intelligence is backward-looking. What happened a of future looking? What will happen? What's the best action I can take to optimize right whatever? Whatever I'm trying to optimize going going forward and like that's a fundamental fundamental breakthrough and and the and the the problem with just looking at the data going backwards is then humans get involved with imperfect data and cognitive bias. He's kickin right. There's there's loss aversion. There's the there's You know last time we had last time we raise prices. Bad things happen so let's not do that again or and but taking it completely under misunderstanding. All the detailed correlations of yeah. The reason failed last. Time is because these forty two. Things were in this alignment but now those forty. Two things are in a different alignment. And it's GonNa work this time right and all that. Subtlety has lost because the human brain can't deal with the human brain is in the amazing thing and much better at computers at certain things but not in finding subtle patterns and very complex data. Yes I love this term dark data. Yes yeah and I also love the fact that we're able to correlate things in in in ways that human beings may not necessarily right there. There may be things affecting our inventory affecting our supply chain that are Beyond the normal. That are let's sit outside of even inexperienced in executive in that industry might consider and so there's there's all this what if that can go on and in some cases those what if correlations can be either real time or near real time and yield interesting results. Yes yeah I mean. There's a lot of talk about deep learning and neural nets. And like ooh this like magical stuff. That does somehow does something. It's it's just a regression right. It's a it's a technically as stacked logistic regression. That's just a simple. You know like okay you know if the temperature goes up right on the flame the water gets hotter right. That's a simple linear. Two dimensional like regression. Just think of that. Not In tune mike and Understand that Steve yes not not two dimensions not linear but like a thousand dimension. Non Linear regression. That makes human head explode. Like what do you mean thousand? But mathematically that's simple right especially with you know the the the the computers we have today. It's like it's you know not even breaking a sweat so they can find all those nuances role and so where are we in the adoption? I mean you guys are fair to say a startup. Yes yes. And you're building this shit out primarily for manufacturing and supply chain at my reading. This right you're correct. Yes and so. Where are we in the smarter fixation the AI ization the algorithm of our manufacturing and supply chain Here in the United States Two percent complete. Yeah I mean I mean so I mean so first of all. There's this massive head fake going on. The A lot of people are falling for that A. Equals natural language processing and text analytics and image recognition and those are really sexy fund. Easy to understand things but that's not where the action is. The action is in numbers in numeric data. Right there are. There are a lot of people who've gotten a lot of attention on image recognition and text analytics right so Watson got origins as winning the game. Show jeopardy analyzing taxed right. You can't solve most of the world's.

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"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

02:26 min | 6 months ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"And that's what's exciting is that you can get rid of the stuff that's thrown out in manufacturing you can have trucks that are full you can. You can have warehouses that look almost empty and have higher stuff on the shelves so or higher availability on the shelves. It's that will fundamentally change the world right if we can take a shot at cutting down that ninety percent of the waste in the world. Because I mean we this this hyper growth and hyper waste. Can't continue just too many of us right billion people on the planet and what was the stat about the percentage of trucks that are empty. Forty two billion for five zero for forty to forty two billion miles of truck mile truck miles every year. Empty trucks driving around while so when you're on the highway and you see one of those. Big Semis. If it's an average semi half of it is empty More precisely it's probably either follow. There's a fifty percent chance phone and a fifty percent chance it's completely empty. I see so you know. Where are we now going to get to this dream that we've had ever since the creation of You know he's been called different things but manufacturing and distribution software. Erp software where. We're actually going to have true synchronization across of A. If you'll allow me this much jargon across the value chain yes although like earpieces systems do a pretty good job of that right now right so you think of Erp as a workflow. I this is how companies run like. You know some guy in right. Sap came up with. Here's how you do whatever and.

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"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"With our applications consumption to reduce inventory levels to reduce quality the facts and you know and they have. They are the The most profitable per employee The highest profit per meal our The lowest environmental impact Of any steel mill in the world by the the US steel just about forty nine percent of them in the Wall Street Journal article is about. They bought them to get access to the Ray. I technology and so we're huge fans of big river steel and their leadership and the US steel. And you know it's it's a revolution right to your point before like they've had all this. This data right. Typical steel mill puts up about a bite of data. You're the just sits there and now it's like like Holy Shit. There's a lot of value in that data those data. It's so fascinating because I've been waiting for you Steve. I remember the first time I really understood Iot. And of course. Iot Wasn't the term forward at the time but are there were terms like tear net and the physical Internet. And all that. But this this Aha that. Wait a minute as a tier point. Compute power so microchips and therefore sense or sensors and so forth become cheaper and more readily available that we're going to connect everything to the Internet. And now I look at it and go. I try party trick or party parlor game. Name me something. That's not going to be connected to the Internet right now and and.

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"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

02:37 min | 6 months ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"Thanks for pressing play. This is Christopher lockhead folly different and we are a real dialogue podcast. We aspire to have real unedited conversations with the legendary people who are making a difference particularly at business marketing and life and man. My ever glad you're here. This is our second in our two part series on digital business On the last episode. my buddy digital business guru. Big Ben Ruus and if by chance you missed that one I would encourage you after. You're done with Steve. Pratt to go back and take listen. Big Ben is fantastic on this episode. The Legendary Steve. Pratt he is the chief executive of noodle dot. Ai and they are a remarkable startup. Who's on a mission to change global manufacturing and supply chain businesses. And we have a real conversation about how the combination of modern technologies like machine learning the cloud the Internet of things deep data analytics and so forth can come together to produce a massive reduction in both economic and environmental waste. We talk about why Steve Thanks. Startups are uniquely positioned to power breakthroughs. A particularly in the area that He's focused on with complex ecosystems supply gene manufacturing etc. Now I've known Steve. Pratt for dare I say almost thirty years and He's an incredible career. I I met him when he was leading the customer relationship. Business for global consultant to Deloitte He was also the founder and Chief Executive Infosys is consulting practice and he also led. Ibm's Watson initiatives to say that Steve has deep experience in building and managing massively successful deep technology. Businesses would be an understatement and on this episode Steve Share some powerful insights into how modern technology can reduce economic and environmental waste at the same time. And if you listen closely what I think you'll notice is another example of a great missionary. Ceo If you're a longtime listener you know that I believe that Ian CEO stands for evangelist. And Steve is in evangelist. They have a point of view of vision around what they call a world without waste. And you'll hear it weaved throughout Our dialogue go to lock dot Com for the show notes and key takeaways on this episode as well as to learn how to get a hold of. Steve and noodle day I if you want to now..

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"steve pratt" Discussed on Feedback with EarBuds

Feedback with EarBuds

07:57 min | 8 months ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on Feedback with EarBuds

"P their podcast listeners. It is all for the kids this week. We're sharing five podcast episodes on the theme of best podcasts. For Kids there are also some fun. Things thrown in for the adults to welcome to feedback with ear. Buds brought to you by ear. Buds podcast collective. I'm your host and the founder under of Your Buds Ariel Nisa Vlad. This episode covers the week of December. Sixteen through twenty two thousand nineteen this week show is brought to us by buzz sprout route a platform. That helps you start podcast of your own more information on them later in the show your podcast. Collective is a listening movement. We send an email email every Sunday that contains a theme and five podcast episodes on that theme and each week's podcast. Pigs are created by a different person. Anyone can carry it a list. This show is just that I'll share five podcast episode recommendations of the week some information about our curator and some more information about the episode's chosen you'll also so here are some of the week's top podcast industry stories from the inside podcasting newsletter. I are ear. Buds podcast collective recommendations. This week's theme is best podcasts. For kids the curator is Maggie Maguire the CEO and founder of Pinot a podcast APP designed just for kids. Here's why Maggie chose this theme. She writes I'm Maggie McGuire. CEO of Penna the first and only audio on demand service for kids three to twelve. The theme. I chose is best podcasts for kids I chose this theme because it Pinna were passionate about. Oh kids audio we call it. Imagination lead entertainment. Here's my list of top PODCASTS. For kids that spark imagination and are fun entertaining and educational. So here are the podcast and episodes chosen by Maggie. Monday's episode comes from Story Pirates and is called glory and the friend adventure slashed the big chance chance featuring Jeremy Sisto. It's thirty seven minutes long. If you are a fan of sketch comedy and musicals then this podcast brings both together in half hour episodes so that are silly wacky filled with music and always surprising. A big bonus. Is that the ideas for each episode written by kids who submit them to the story pirates in the hopes of seeing their stories brought to life by troupe of professional actors storytellers and Comedians. Tuesday's episode comes from brains on and is called the secrets of the spectacular spacesuit. It's thirty seven minutes long. This is a must-listen podcast for curious. Kits every episode delves into why. And how how things work where things come from. And so much more the topics are wide ranging which makes it great for any kid they can learn. How elevators work to the design ideas behind roller coasters in why some of US feel sick when we're writing on them and on and on Wednesday's episode comes from mother-tongue with Serene and is called Italian Elian? It's a quick seven minutes long. This podcast takes listeners. Around the world to learn new words in new languages listeners will learn about culture music food and language and are encouraged to respond to Serena calls to sing speak and repeat throughout the episode Thursday's episode comes from Hero Hotel and is called called the side King. It's twenty four minutes long in this fiction comedy adventure podcast listeners. Meet Chet Zabriskie who works at his grandmother. Z's hotel for superheroes superheroes when trash monsters Glam rock singers and static electric villains invade the hotel all while the heroes are on vacation unwilling to lift a finger. It's is up to chat and his superpower cat boomer to save the day Friday's episode comes from the BBC's animal sounds Affari and is called the luckiest cat in the world world. It's eighteen minutes long. This podcast is delightful and chock full of animal facts along with some weird wacky and slightly gross facts listeners. Find out all about the luckiest cat in the world. How slots go from slackers to superstars and what odd noises? Cute Fluffy Koalas make those. Are The podcast recommendations chosen by Maggie for this week's theme best podcasts. For Kids you can view and listen to these episodes as a playlist on pod. Chaser head to pod HOD CHASER DOT COM and type best podcasts for kids in the search bar and all these episodes will be right there for you. You can get in touch with Maggie and with pinna on twitter At pinata audio that's P. E. N. N. A.. Audio you can join in on the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag Kids podcasts. Next what's going on in the podcast world lately. Here's some of the top stories adapted from Sky Pillsbury's inside podcasting newsletter as of Thursday December twelfth wealth. Two Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety first story podcast and founder of my podcast reviews. Daniel J Lewis Not Daniel day-lewis has created a handy Andy podcast industry statistics page which updates daily on it. You can find a wealth of instant data regarding the number of podcast in existence. The number of podcast removed or added active versus inactive shows. And more for what it's worth in the last day we lost one hundred ninety one podcast and gained two thousand three hundred twenty next story. According to reports Google assistant now allows people to use voice commands to find podcasts by topic. Sky Tested it out earlier this week and it didn't didn't work so well time will tell with this one next story this week on twitter skype. Put out a call for podcasters to populate their profiles on Pod chaser her a platform that allows creators to list their podcasts credits where they've guested played a role produced hosted and more log onto the site. And you may be surprised to find that you already have an account on pod chaser perhaps created by a fan but you'll still need to claim it. In order to edit for accuracy podge Acer allows creators and fans to build lists of their favorite shows shows or episodes see what their peers are enjoying rate and review other podcasts. Check out their favorite podcasters are up to and more and the last story of the day earlier this week. Steve Pratt's twenty podcasts predictions for twenty twenty from top podcasts industry leaders blog post came out. Here's one of the predictions from Charles. Dave Zohrab he says smart speakers will once again not take off as a podcast listening device in twenty twenty. I wish I could be more optimistic. About Smart Speakers Seekers there are still too many challenges for them to become a force in podcasting particularly around user interface. It's hard enough to get non techie folks to figure out how to listen on their mobile devices devices. Get rid of the screen. And it's even harder. I hope that Amazon Google and apple will invest in the user experience so we can see growth in smart speaker. podcast listening in two thousand twenty one to twenty twenty two. What do you think about this prediction? Those stories come to us from inside podcasting a thrice weekly newsletter written by Sky Pillsbury go to inside dot com slash podcasting to sign up for the newsletter. Now onto this week sponsor. Thank you to buzz sprout for sponsoring this week's show. If you're a podcast junkie like I am you've probably thought about starting your own show. PODCASTING is Super Fund but can feel overwhelming. If you don't know how to get started lucky see for you. That's where buds sprout comes in. 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"steve pratt" Discussed on podnews

podnews

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on podnews

"Cast have announced the acquisition of pepper a podcast host Ross Adams, the company's CEO told pod news that the acquisition of pepper will effectively double the company's number of shows in the past. We've had strict minimums required to join. He added saying that peppers acquisition will allow any size of publisher to join the network for the first time Pippo which Adams describes as good cultural fit for Acosta's popular for publishers in countries, like the US, France and Norway while Acosta itself is based in Sweden and cast achieved over thirty three million dollars in funding last year. Three more publishers have pulled their content off luminary, Mikey Fowler. Ep of podcasting for barstool sports, which is currently number eight in poor track tells us that they have requested all of their RSS feeds be removed from luminary, which will mean a total of twenty six shows will be unavailable in. Deva audio podcasts have been withdrawn from the services. Well, and the Joe Rogan experience is also removed and it's being replaced with another characteristically. Snippy message these subscription app launched earlier this week with high profile podcasts from Spotify Gimblett media podcast, and the N Y tease. The daily being unavailable luminary appears to be fighting back with PR. Matt sax the co founder and CEO of luminary has written a long piece explaining luminaries model the sole post in a hastily erected medium blog. Minutia Zomorodian is also interviewed in digital hawking the company saying as a creator, it's hard to get a production off the ground. If you don't know you have a steady income her podcast note to self is relaunching as a luminary funded production. Luminary have also placed sample episodes of all their premium podcasts in apple podcasts, and therefore most other places what to do with pod Faye? Leading podcasts. Mark asquith from rebel base. Media has some ideas and a few searches in apple podcast for less than ideal. You'll find to that in our show notes and in our newsletter along with this bit rate sample rate and Kodak what difference do they really make to your audio where we linked to an episode of the pod news podcasting coded in a lot of different ways. Ancient turns liking the BBC is advertising for a controller for BBC sounds the BBC uses controller as a broadly similar term as managing director for a business unit. This is a new role announced yesterday alongside a role of controller for their TV products. Bbc I player the player job has been taken by Dan McColl pin, currently commissioning controller for daytime and programming when people install new apps weekends, according to a graph from radio player a radio and on demand app in many different countries. The webby award for best host went to pod save the people McGowan analyze the advertising within that podcast the list, US nationally, syndicated, TV program featured Stitcher in a story recently. They tell us it's a good step in raising awareness for the medium as a whole, and it certainly a nice piece to link others to both the list and Stitcher are owned by e. W scripts Stitcher also advertising for a Stitcher breakthrough fellowship. We believe they say the podcast industries workforce should reflect society at large in all its diversity. And the Stitcher breakthrough fellowship program is designed to help recruits diverse talent and promote inclusivity in podcasting. You have until Sunday to apply and cadence thirteen has launched see thirteen originals and new division focused on original storytelling their first podcast is called gangster capitalism. It's an in depth look at white collar corruption in America. We mentioned three podcasts today in our show notes in in our newsletter. Podcasting essentials, which has Steve Pratt from Pacific content. As special guests this week adrift with Jeff Lloyd and Annabel port. They're putting on their first ever live show in Henson bridge. And Mark Zuckerberg has a podcast in case you ever want to hear a podcast clearly hosted by a robot strangely only on Spotify. At the moment. Can't. Why? Oh, yes. Maybe it's something to do with apple shutting down many of Facebook's internal

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Acast buys Pippa & 3 More Publishers Leave Luminary

podnews

04:27 min | 1 year ago

Acast buys Pippa & 3 More Publishers Leave Luminary

"Cast have announced the acquisition of pepper a podcast host Ross Adams, the company's CEO told pod news that the acquisition of pepper will effectively double the company's number of shows in the past. We've had strict minimums required to join. He added saying that peppers acquisition will allow any size of publisher to join the network for the first time Pippo which Adams describes as good cultural fit for Acosta's popular for publishers in countries, like the US, France and Norway while Acosta itself is based in Sweden and cast achieved over thirty three million dollars in funding last year. Three more publishers have pulled their content off luminary, Mikey Fowler. Ep of podcasting for barstool sports, which is currently number eight in poor track tells us that they have requested all of their RSS feeds be removed from luminary, which will mean a total of twenty six shows will be unavailable in. Deva audio podcasts have been withdrawn from the services. Well, and the Joe Rogan experience is also removed and it's being replaced with another characteristically. Snippy message these subscription app launched earlier this week with high profile podcasts from Spotify Gimblett media podcast, and the N Y tease. The daily being unavailable luminary appears to be fighting back with PR. Matt sax the co founder and CEO of luminary has written a long piece explaining luminaries model the sole post in a hastily erected medium blog. Minutia Zomorodian is also interviewed in digital hawking the company saying as a creator, it's hard to get a production off the ground. If you don't know you have a steady income her podcast note to self is relaunching as a luminary funded production. Luminary have also placed sample episodes of all their premium podcasts in apple podcasts, and therefore most other places what to do with pod Faye? Leading podcasts. Mark asquith from rebel base. Media has some ideas and a few searches in apple podcast for less than ideal. You'll find to that in our show notes and in our newsletter along with this bit rate sample rate and Kodak what difference do they really make to your audio where we linked to an episode of the pod news podcasting coded in a lot of different ways. Ancient turns liking the BBC is advertising for a controller for BBC sounds the BBC uses controller as a broadly similar term as managing director for a business unit. This is a new role announced yesterday alongside a role of controller for their TV products. Bbc I player the player job has been taken by Dan McColl pin, currently commissioning controller for daytime and programming when people install new apps weekends, according to a graph from radio player a radio and on demand app in many different countries. The webby award for best host went to pod save the people McGowan analyze the advertising within that podcast the list, US nationally, syndicated, TV program featured Stitcher in a story recently. They tell us it's a good step in raising awareness for the medium as a whole, and it certainly a nice piece to link others to both the list and Stitcher are owned by e. W scripts Stitcher also advertising for a Stitcher breakthrough fellowship. We believe they say the podcast industries workforce should reflect society at large in all its diversity. And the Stitcher breakthrough fellowship program is designed to help recruits diverse talent and promote inclusivity in podcasting. You have until Sunday to apply and cadence thirteen has launched see thirteen originals and new division focused on original storytelling their first podcast is called gangster capitalism. It's an in depth look at white collar corruption in America. We mentioned three podcasts today in our show notes in in our newsletter. Podcasting essentials, which has Steve Pratt from Pacific content. As special guests this week adrift with Jeff Lloyd and Annabel port. They're putting on their first ever live show in Henson bridge. And Mark Zuckerberg has a podcast in case you ever want to hear a podcast clearly hosted by a robot strangely only on Spotify. At the moment. Can't. Why? Oh, yes. Maybe it's something to do with apple shutting down many of Facebook's internal

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"steve pratt" Discussed on podnews

podnews

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on podnews

"Least seventy five thousand dollars a month from patriot. And after a review patriot has decided that it's host Mike budet can remain on the platform in spite of his denigrating comments and social media, bullying we reported on Monday that wonder had sacked him from the network. He's also deleted all but sixty five of his tweets. More deletions from Twitter luminaries tone-deaf tweet about podcasts. Don't need ads which we also reported on Monday has finally been deleted tweet was in bad taste, the company admits we've taken it down. And we apologize to anyone. We offended the nine commandments. Have patriot. A new article from the Bello collective focuses on getting the most out of the crowd funding platform. My gallon has released the top podcasts for February the top three are unchanged. Ziprecruiter. Gyco. And indeed. Anchor has released a newly redesigned statistics dashboard, including a new metric estimated audience size as the average number of plays. Your episodes get within thirty days after publishing Pacific contents. Steve Pratt has interviewed Edison research is Tom Webster about the recent infinite. Dial data and pulled out ten big podcasting takeaways and in Brisbane in Queensland in Australia. Rainy Brisbane right now there's a workshop series for podcasting at the edge next to the Q three four hour workshops. We'll have you learning the ins and outs of recording editing hosting and distribution in podcasts today. Mcmillan's WTO is celebrating one thousand episodes unsubscribe is a new podcast that aims to help you unsubscribe from negatively, and we bumped into a podcast in our local coffee shop today, he had podcast stickers in blazoned over his laptop. And I think he's now got a pod news one two, and that's the latest. From our

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Patreon says Sword and Scale's Mike Boudet can stay

podnews

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Patreon says Sword and Scale's Mike Boudet can stay

"Least seventy five thousand dollars a month from patriot. And after a review patriot has decided that it's host Mike budet can remain on the platform in spite of his denigrating comments and social media, bullying we reported on Monday that wonder had sacked him from the network. He's also deleted all but sixty five of his tweets. More deletions from Twitter luminaries tone-deaf tweet about podcasts. Don't need ads which we also reported on Monday has finally been deleted tweet was in bad taste, the company admits we've taken it down. And we apologize to anyone. We offended the nine commandments. Have patriot. A new article from the Bello collective focuses on getting the most out of the crowd funding platform. My gallon has released the top podcasts for February the top three are unchanged. Ziprecruiter. Gyco. And indeed. Anchor has released a newly redesigned statistics dashboard, including a new metric estimated audience size as the average number of plays. Your episodes get within thirty days after publishing Pacific contents. Steve Pratt has interviewed Edison research is Tom Webster about the recent infinite. Dial data and pulled out ten big podcasting takeaways and in Brisbane in Queensland in Australia. Rainy Brisbane right now there's a workshop series for podcasting at the edge next to the Q three four hour workshops. We'll have you learning the ins and outs of recording editing hosting and distribution in podcasts today. Mcmillan's WTO is celebrating one thousand episodes unsubscribe is a new podcast that aims to help you unsubscribe from negatively, and we bumped into a podcast in our local coffee shop today, he had podcast stickers in blazoned over his laptop. And I think he's now got a pod news one two, and that's the latest. From our

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"steve pratt" Discussed on podnews

podnews

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on podnews

"Pocket. Costs have unveiled an entirely redesigned app for Android. Desktop and the web highlights included. Brand-new? Discover section which is GIO aware listening history and more. The version is available. Now, the Android version is in opt in public beater and pocket cost is the number seven podcast app. According to Lipson or the number five, according to anchor, it's based in Adelaide but owned by a consortium of US, public radio broadcasters Fremantle, the TV network is reported to be releasing eight scripted drama podcasts by the end of quarter to two thousand nineteen the company's podcast brand to watch for is story. Glass Oreo Kraft, which describes itself as a stray Leah's leading podcast festival has said it's next date for June. The first two thousand nineteen the event will take place at after's in Moore park in Sydney New, South Wales. Forbes has published their thirty under thirty list in media in the list. Are max Cutler, the founder of podcast network and the three founders of benches me. Media to dope. Queens have announced. Save produced. Their last podcast their final guest is former first lady Michelle Obama, they'll continue to appear in HBO specials. The whiskey tasting panel is running a fundraiser next Monday for the victims of the shootings at tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh tickets are available and over the fourteen years of whiskey cast they've raised over twenty five thousand dollars for charity willing to three tips for training, your voice from NPR and Steve Pratt from Pacific content. Advises podcasters to be consistent today. And there's a brand new podcast available today. A special two episode series about the classic Jonathan Demme movie Philadelphia. And here's the thing all donations from this series will go to help read and Coca-Cola rid the world of aids. People like us inside. Philadelphia is released today with Matt Ramsey wondering an aunt nineteen

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Pocket Casts unveils redesigned podcast app

podnews

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Pocket Casts unveils redesigned podcast app

"Pocket. Costs have unveiled an entirely redesigned app for Android. Desktop and the web highlights included. Brand-new? Discover section which is GIO aware listening history and more. The version is available. Now, the Android version is in opt in public beater and pocket cost is the number seven podcast app. According to Lipson or the number five, according to anchor, it's based in Adelaide but owned by a consortium of US, public radio broadcasters Fremantle, the TV network is reported to be releasing eight scripted drama podcasts by the end of quarter to two thousand nineteen the company's podcast brand to watch for is story. Glass Oreo Kraft, which describes itself as a stray Leah's leading podcast festival has said it's next date for June. The first two thousand nineteen the event will take place at after's in Moore park in Sydney New, South Wales. Forbes has published their thirty under thirty list in media in the list. Are max Cutler, the founder of podcast network and the three founders of benches me. Media to dope. Queens have announced. Save produced. Their last podcast their final guest is former first lady Michelle Obama, they'll continue to appear in HBO specials. The whiskey tasting panel is running a fundraiser next Monday for the victims of the shootings at tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh tickets are available and over the fourteen years of whiskey cast they've raised over twenty five thousand dollars for charity willing to three tips for training, your voice from NPR and Steve Pratt from Pacific content. Advises podcasters to be consistent today. And there's a brand new podcast available today. A special two episode series about the classic Jonathan Demme movie Philadelphia. And here's the thing all donations from this series will go to help read and Coca-Cola rid the world of aids. People like us inside. Philadelphia is released today with Matt Ramsey wondering an aunt nineteen

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"steve pratt" Discussed on podnews

podnews

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on podnews

"In Stockholm, Sweden, the latest pod news BuzzFeed has cut their podcasting team to focus on video the Wall Street Journal reports as a result of the changes. Most of buzzfeed's podcasts would be shutting down. The article says, and the cons do only affect a handful of BuzzFeed employees in last week, panoply shut its content division. Earlier, audible did similar. The mooch is making his way into podcasting digitally and Anthony Scaramucci producing podcast mooch and the MRs which will be exclusively available on enter combs, radio dot com platform. The Latin podcast awards have announced their nominations for this year's awards, Pacific content. Steve Pratt, discusses ways to make podcasts sharable on social media. He says, don't share the podcasts Australian TV news, channel, Sky News, Australia has signed a deal with kosten over entertainment for address presentation in the country. Does he John was reported to be made into a TV show in March. You can now watch the teases for the upcoming show on Bravo. Did you highlights why podcast companies are getting more into scripted shows? It's worth remembering says the article that scripted shows may track the headlines and the Hollywood produces, but known scripted still accounts for most of the podcasting. Universe is a new poll causing studio in Richmond, Virginia. In the US read amp was founded in part because comedian Joan, please who used to be funny wanted somewhere to record iheart, Radio, Australia is celebrating its fifth birthday. It claims Australia's largest podcast library. The brand is run by a RN in Australia, and similarly run by brokers networks in Canada, and New Zealand. And chorus. Radio has snapped up nights time a popular Canadian mystery podcast. The show is now on choruses curious, cast platform, and we'll be add on the company's global News Radio stations. Later in the air it claims. It's the first show to make it from podcast to broadcast

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BuzzFeed cuts their podcasting team and closes the majority of their podcasts

podnews

02:01 min | 2 years ago

BuzzFeed cuts their podcasting team and closes the majority of their podcasts

"In Stockholm, Sweden, the latest pod news BuzzFeed has cut their podcasting team to focus on video the Wall Street Journal reports as a result of the changes. Most of buzzfeed's podcasts would be shutting down. The article says, and the cons do only affect a handful of BuzzFeed employees in last week, panoply shut its content division. Earlier, audible did similar. The mooch is making his way into podcasting digitally and Anthony Scaramucci producing podcast mooch and the MRs which will be exclusively available on enter combs, radio dot com platform. The Latin podcast awards have announced their nominations for this year's awards, Pacific content. Steve Pratt, discusses ways to make podcasts sharable on social media. He says, don't share the podcasts Australian TV news, channel, Sky News, Australia has signed a deal with kosten over entertainment for address presentation in the country. Does he John was reported to be made into a TV show in March. You can now watch the teases for the upcoming show on Bravo. Did you highlights why podcast companies are getting more into scripted shows? It's worth remembering says the article that scripted shows may track the headlines and the Hollywood produces, but known scripted still accounts for most of the podcasting. Universe is a new poll causing studio in Richmond, Virginia. In the US read amp was founded in part because comedian Joan, please who used to be funny wanted somewhere to record iheart, Radio, Australia is celebrating its fifth birthday. It claims Australia's largest podcast library. The brand is run by a RN in Australia, and similarly run by brokers networks in Canada, and New Zealand. And chorus. Radio has snapped up nights time a popular Canadian mystery podcast. The show is now on choruses curious, cast platform, and we'll be add on the company's global News Radio stations. Later in the air it claims. It's the first show to make it from podcast to broadcast

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"steve pratt" Discussed on podnews

podnews

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on podnews

"If you still can't log into apple podcast, connect, you're not alone the best and brightest in Cupertino. Fixing it right now according to register internal ticket to nine double, oh, double seven. Five is the one to watch. If you're on the inside and I using the right apple podcasts button. It should have a black background these days not white. You can get your updated version on Apple's website or search feel podcast on pod news and user updated link badge generator to get both apple and Google's badges feel website. In late June, we reported the cast box were removing website links from that podcast pages. We notice today that they're back annex Jones is podcasts can still be found even if apple and everybody else have removed him because he controls his RSS feed notes, talk Cochran in a blog post today. Podcast delivery has a new podcast recommendation newsletter with one new podcast to listen to every Monday. How stuff works signed a deal with TPS in Canada, joining their deal with Australia's washco, Steve Pratt, from Pacific content, right to blog post about what podcast is can learn from the book industry. Following a chance conversation with James Cridland the editor of pod news. It's a very smart observation. He writes in the middle of a YouTube video Hamish and Andy from Australia. Let slip their current weekly download figure for their podcast. It's nine hundred seventy thousand and what is a podcast and what's in it? For me a webinar that covers what podcasts are home, why they'll change your

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"steve pratt" Discussed on podnews

podnews

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on podnews

"From Brisbane the latest pod news. If you still can't log into apple podcast, connect, you're not alone the best and brightest in Cupertino. Fixing it right now according to register internal ticket to nine double, oh, double seven. Five is the one to watch. If you're on the inside and I using the right apple podcasts button. It should have a black background these days not white. You can get your updated version on Apple's website or search feel podcast on pod news and user updated link badge generator to get both apple and Google's badges feel website. In late June, we reported the cast box were removing website links from that podcast pages. We notice today that they're back annex Jones is podcasts can still be found even if apple and everybody else have removed him because he controls his RSS feed notes, talk Cochran in a blog post today. Podcast delivery has a new podcast recommendation newsletter with one new podcast to listen to every Monday. How stuff works signed a deal with TPS in Canada, joining their deal with Australia's washco, Steve Pratt, from Pacific content, right to blog post about what podcast is can learn from the book industry. Following a chance conversation with James Cridland the editor of pod news. It's a very smart observation. He writes in the middle of a YouTube video Hamish and Andy from Australia. Let slip their current weekly download figure for their podcast. It's nine hundred seventy thousand and what is a podcast and what's in it? For me a webinar that covers what podcasts are home, why they'll change your life will link to that from pod news dot net, as well as all things and chance to subscribe to our free daily newsletter.

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Podnews

podnews

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Podnews

"If you still can't log into apple podcast, connect, you're not alone the best and brightest in Cupertino. Fixing it right now according to register internal ticket to nine double, oh, double seven. Five is the one to watch. If you're on the inside and I using the right apple podcasts button. It should have a black background these days not white. You can get your updated version on Apple's website or search feel podcast on pod news and user updated link badge generator to get both apple and Google's badges feel website. In late June, we reported the cast box were removing website links from that podcast pages. We notice today that they're back annex Jones is podcasts can still be found even if apple and everybody else have removed him because he controls his RSS feed notes, talk Cochran in a blog post today. Podcast delivery has a new podcast recommendation newsletter with one new podcast to listen to every Monday. How stuff works signed a deal with TPS in Canada, joining their deal with Australia's washco, Steve Pratt, from Pacific content, right to blog post about what podcast is can learn from the book industry. Following a chance conversation with James Cridland the editor of pod news. It's a very smart observation. He writes in the middle of a YouTube video Hamish and Andy from Australia. Let slip their current weekly download figure for their podcast. It's nine hundred seventy thousand and what is a podcast and what's in it? For me a webinar that covers what podcasts are home, why they'll change your

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Podnews

podnews

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Podnews

"From Brisbane the latest pod news. If you still can't log into apple podcast, connect, you're not alone the best and brightest in Cupertino. Fixing it right now according to register internal ticket to nine double, oh, double seven. Five is the one to watch. If you're on the inside and I using the right apple podcasts button. It should have a black background these days not white. You can get your updated version on Apple's website or search feel podcast on pod news and user updated link badge generator to get both apple and Google's badges feel website. In late June, we reported the cast box were removing website links from that podcast pages. We notice today that they're back annex Jones is podcasts can still be found even if apple and everybody else have removed him because he controls his RSS feed notes, talk Cochran in a blog post today. Podcast delivery has a new podcast recommendation newsletter with one new podcast to listen to every Monday. How stuff works signed a deal with TPS in Canada, joining their deal with Australia's washco, Steve Pratt, from Pacific content, right to blog post about what podcast is can learn from the book industry. Following a chance conversation with James Cridland the editor of pod news. It's a very smart observation. He writes in the middle of a YouTube video Hamish and Andy from Australia. Let slip their current weekly download figure for their podcast. It's nine hundred seventy thousand and what is a podcast and what's in it? For me a webinar that covers what podcasts are home, why they'll change your life will link to that from pod news dot net, as well as all things and chance to subscribe to our free daily newsletter.

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"steve pratt" Discussed on The New Media Show (Audio)

The New Media Show (Audio)

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on The New Media Show (Audio)

"A lot of different contexts and even some some examples like when people put a time stamp in like two colon five three some podcast apps that allow you to link if you tap on that it will take you two minutes and fifty three seconds into the podcast which i find to be a very useful feature i know like the verge casts does that and a lot of the ringer podcast you that and so on a on a show like the bill simmons podcast where he might have an hour and a half show with guest thirty minutes in that can be really useful feature so i i agree with whoever submitted the question that a lot of the stuff is useful and you're also right i think rob it was you who said that it's important to be aware of some of the security considerations here and so that's not a reason why this isn't possible it's just a reason why you can't wholesale include everything that anyone might throw into the show notes similar on youtube live said thinking head to hypothetical world where user platform or user performs a search by voicing clicks play in the first audio podcast results can podcast tactically tag well clip clips and extract from show anything goes back to exactly what you say is time hacking suffering yeah and that's like sort of like the next level powered up version as well where maybe you actually want to link straight to a clip not only from your show notes but from other contexts and sort of chapter is your podcast and this is kind of getting more into the future but it's something we've talked about a lot when it comes to google home and the google assistant where you have tons of people asking questions every day and a lot of great information contained in podcasts that might be the answer to those questions and steve pratt and dan meisner at pacific content i think have done a really good job starting to think about and also challenging us to think about some of the different ways that podcasts could be useful as audio answers or as a specific clip in response to search because even though that might feel a little weird relative to the way you and i use podcasts on a daily basis there are are billions of people searching on google every day and so if people can figure out how to make that accessible and make that feel natural there's a huge opportunity especially in a lot of areas where people are coming online where you know you have some of the fastest internet user growth in places like india and it's also correlated with some above average use of voice and and so i think podcast actually in a great position as the number of people using the internet grows because audio such a native format to all humans and a lot of people maybe the language that they're looking for isn't necessarily their first language or they preferred listen instead of reading or their hands and is might be busy and so they they wanna way too passively consume and audio just seems really well positioned to help over a billion people dan google find the answers and the content that they are either looking for or are looking for and didn't even know it yet i've told my rob i'm sorry i'm lynn took a i've always said for many many years i write my show notes for google by do my podcast for the audience so it just becomes more and more important now to have good concise comprehensive show notes with context not necessarily just a transcript a blob that something has links information rob go ahead yeah i just wanted to dive into an area that we haven't really touched on yet before you have to take off here but wanted to talk more specifically about the app itself and how it works and the the functionality of of of its existence in in android right the app is built let's talk a bit about how the app is generated and how it works and whether or not the app could be maybe a default app for android as you look to the future this those topics of how they ap actually works from a technical perspective and in any tips that you can share with us about how users and podcasters can can can share that knowledge for sure so the app is available on android in the google play store you can search google podcast and find it or also linked to from our blog announcement are easy to find on twitter and the the way.

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