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Castbox has 3m daily users; The Infinite Dial comes to Germany
Visit https://podnews.net/update/castbox-3m-daily-users for all the links, and to subscribe. Podcast app Castbox has 3m daily users, says CEO Renee Wang in a TV interview on Bloomberg. The company, which has raised $30m to date, plans to launch premium content in the next two years. She says the company will be profitable by the end of the year. (The company has no Chinese users). Comparable data about podcasting is coming to Germany, as Edison Research and RTL Deutschland bring The Infinite Dial to the country later this year. Germany joins Canada, Australia, South Africa and the US. Podfund has invested in three podcasting companies, they've announced. We reported on Podfund on their launch in early May. Classifieds - your job or ad here from US$19Subscribe to Arca-45672 — A cinematic sci fi audio drama. Get immersed in this sonically-lush universe by subscribing on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you find podcasts.Blubrry Podcast Hosting and Stats — Free WordPress Site & Pro Podcast Stats with Every Blubrry Podcast Hosting account. 30 days free Promo code blubrry005 Or use your own WordPress site and PowerPress Plugin to Post - Upload - Publish from your own Site! Includes Phone and Email Support.PodAds â€” The SaaS for Podcast Advertising — Podbean makes dynamic ad insertion and an advanced advertising management system available to podcasts without cutting ads revenue. Spotify has signed a deal with Kevin Bacon. The actor "will star in a scripted comedy podcast, Iâ€™m Gonna Be Kevin Bacon, in the near future". The Outline argues that APM's In The Dark should stick to its success of getting Curtis Flowers's conviction overturned; and not to play prosecutor by offering up a new suspect to take his place. When is a podcast not a podcast? When it's a paycast, says Richard Berry. Advice: writing for audio, not for articles (Jay Acunzo); From strangers to hosting a 20 episode, 5k listens podcast in six months (Ryan Engelstad) Tech people in Melbourne VIC, Australia: no need to be so glum about the weather. Crawl out from under the doona and get your umbrella, because Omny Studio is hiring. Listeners to our podcast will have noticed that we were in Malaysia and South Africa last week. Our Editor wrote a boring long article about the aeroplanes he took. Nearly as boring as this article about a feature he wants in Google Maps. We've fixed a strange bug on our podcast pages where some links weren't clickable. Thanks to the folks at AudioDroom, a podcast production company in the Netherlands ("Audio Dream"), for reporting it to us via Twitter. Podcasts The Signal from ABC Australia is always worth a listen. The latest episode shows the value of, occasionally, starting a podcast differently. A sobering listen during NAIDOC week. (ABC) The RadioToday Programme has, in this edition, guests from Audioboom, Fix Radio and Somethin'Else talking about the UK podcast industry. Listen from about 14 minutes in for the podcasty stuff. (RadioToday / Audioboom) The Obscura True Crime Podcast was featured in the Tampa Bay Times. Here's the article in full. "They just DMed me on Twitter", says host Justin Drown. (Acast) How i Died launches tomorrow. It claims to be a new twist on the true crime podcast genre, set in a fictional world, with fictional characters who delve into some of the strangest true deaths in the world. (AudiOhm Media / Libsyn) If you remember the History of 1995 podcast, you'll love History of the 90s - from Kathy Kenzora, this new podcast launches July 17. 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Stone cold sober alcohol update
In season one, we looked at why so many Australian women drink at risky levels. Yumi Stynes revealed her battle with drinking and quit alcohol. We also met Jo, who drank at really risky levels. This episode, we check back in, to see how they're going, plus show you how to cut down your drinking if you'd like to sub the wine for kombucha.
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898 - How The Token Economy is Reshaping The Next Retail Experience
Amid reports of e-commerce shutdowns and slowing store sales, the global retail climate has been a chilling one. With the modern consumer no longer interested in transactional purchases at the checkout counter, retail in the 21st century is all about the experience. Accordingly, the onus falls on retailers to deliver a cohesive journey, one that unifies different channels and platforms. A retail marketing solution with over 700,000 application downloads so far, HotNow empowers consumers to gain exclusive access to discounts, deals, and promotions via the HOT Token. HotNow has partnered with reputable merchants such as McDonald's, Baskin-Robbins, and Dunkinâ€™ Donuts to further build out its ecosystem, which includes a marketplace and a game, Evergleam Hill. Nithinan Boonyawattanapisut, CEO and Co-Founder of HotNow, joins me on my daily tech podcast. As one of the leading tech innovators and entrepreneurs within the blockchain, retail, and digital advertising space, Nithinan provides greater clarity on why the 21st-century consumer is outgrowing existing models of engagement. We also discuss the role of disruptive technologies in delivering out-of-the-box solutions. Now that we can all agree that the curation of the customer experience is a matter of right product, right time, and right channel, I ask how companies can leverage on the token economy to reconcile the differences? As the retail industry becomes captained by the customer, Nithinan explores how experience-based differentiation will aid businesses and companies in capturing their loyalty. From offline-to-online and virtual-to-value, I learn how the retail industry is adapting to swift changes across the landscape.