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episode 67: Podland on tour in LA with Alban Brooke at Podcast Movement talking about the Podnews Report Card, The Ambies, the Infinite Dial 2022 and YouTube's no show. [transcript]


Special Guest

  • Alban Brooke - Head of Marketing at Buzzsprout

News: 

  • Kai Chuk from YouTube presented but said nothing about their future plans

    • Matt Deegan writes more about podcasters using video in his newsletter

    • By the end of the year, it’s going to be essential that podcasters are creating proper video versions of their shows. - Matt Deegan

    • It’s also why nearly 20% of podcast listeners regard YouTube as their main podcast app.  - Tom Webster

    • Tom Webster from Edison Research, warns podcasters to be careful saying “get this wherever you get your podcasts” if they don’t put their show on YouTube

    • Adori announced a new YouTube integration to help grow your podcast audience
  • The results of the Podnews Report Card were announced at Podcast Movement Evolution by our Editor, James Cridland. Selections from the 750 comments captured are on the Podnews website

  • Edison Research unveiled the Infinite Dial 2022

  • The Ambies, the awards from The Podcast Academy that celebrate excellence in podcasting, took place last night. The winners are here: 9/12, from Amazon Music, Pineapple Studios and Wondery was the podcast of the year; the podcast’s host Dan Taberski accepted the award in the award ceremony in Los Angeles CA, USA

  • Apple Podcasts will add follower numbers to Apple Podcasts Connect, starting next month. You’ll be able to view followers per show and easily measure followers across shows

  • Writing in Variety, Jem Aswad is highly critical of Spotify’s $310m sponsorship of FC Barcelona, which they announced on Tuesday

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