Rob Greenlee Guest Appearances

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Rob Greenlee
Creation Date July 1st, 2019
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Rob Greenlee - PodLords 5
PodLords
Rob Greenlee is a Hall of Fame Podcaster, co-host of The New Media Show, The Spreaker Live Show and VP of Podcaster Relations at Voxnest.com You can find his website at robgreenlee.com Thanks Rob!
#17: Rob Greenlee
Podcasting Advisor
Today I talk with Rob Greenlee of Zune. Rob tells his story of from the early work with Web Talk Radio to his current role with the Zune podcast directory. To get your podcast into the Zune podcast directory, send the URL to rob@zune.net.
Rob Greenlee on Podcasting
Powers Hour
Rob Greenlee is the Vice President and Head of Partnerships at Voxnest and Spreaker and was a 2017 inductee into the Academy of Podcasters Hall of Fame. We discussed trends in podcasting and new technology that will impact all of us in the future. Find him on Twitter @robgreenlee or on his spreakerlive or newmediashow.com podcasts, or at robgreenlee.com. To find out more about Laura and her speaking, coaching, and other hosting work visit her website at: powershour.biz . You can also find Laura on twitter @thatlaurapowers, on Facebook @thatlaurapowers and on instagram at laurapowers44.
PES 045: Rob Greenlee
The Podcast Engineering Show
My guest is Rob Greenlee, Head of Podcast Content at Spreaker, host of the Spreaker Live Show, and co-host of the New Media Show. Also FYI, here's the link to Rob's post titled Nine Evolutions of Podcasting In 2017. Rob has been involved in podcasting for many years so he had a lot to share above and beyond his equipment and workflow. Topics discussed included: Doing sessions on his Surface Tablet w/USB hub SM7b and ATR2100 Mackie Mixer Digimax 220 USB Interface Levelator Soundforge Editing Recording directly into the Spreaker platform and many more details... Thanks for being a great guest, Rob! DID YOU KNOW........We exist for the purpose of helping you, so please comment below with any questions or remarks. Thanks for listening! Want to Start a Business or Have a Career as a Podcast Producer/Engineer? Listen and Subscribe in iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio, Android, RSS
Ep.# 7 Rob Greenlee/Moby
Podcasting For Radio Dummies
Ed Ryan interviews Rob Greenlee from Spreaker and former Atlanta and Houston morning man Moby
Rob Greenlee on Zune Podcasting
Connected Show Developer Podcast!
In this episode we talk about recent news including SQL Azure Keys and PHP support, the Death of Live Framework CTP / Virtual Earth ASP.NET control, PHP Bridge for ADO.NET Data Services and recent rumors and news around the ZuneHD. Finally we jump into our Interview with Rob Greenlee. During the Interview we discuss his long career in Podcasting, his work in the Zune Podcast team, how to make podcasts successful and finally the ZuneHD.
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Rob Greenlee moves to Libsyn
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Rob Greenlee, Head of Podcast Content - Spreaker
Radio Stuff Podcast
Rob Greenlee is the currently Head of Podcast Content at Spreaker and Adore Podcast Network. He co-hosts The New Media Show audio & video podcast that airs LIVE every Saturday morning at 9am PST/Noon EST and Spreaker Live Show on Spreaker every Wednesday at 3pm PST Live. How do you create a career in podcasting? What is “success” for a podcast? How much scale is needed to monetize a show? How much money can a podcaster make? What is the current state of the relationship between radio and podcasting? Is “podcasting” the right term?
Rob Greenlee From Microsoft On Podcasting
Music Radio Creative - Season 1 - Audio Production Tips
Rob Greenlee from Microsoft talks podcasting and radio. Host of the New Media Show and content manager of podcasts on the Windows Phone, Xbox Live and Zune. The post Rob Greenlee From Microsoft On Podcasting appeared first on the Music Radio Creative.
The State of Podcasting – Rob Greenlee
Dream Business Radio
  Dream Business Radio #295 On this week’s show I interview Rob Greenlee, one of the true pioneers in the podcasting space. Rob is head of partnerships and content at Voxnet and Spreaker is former EVP/CTO at PodcastOne.com. If you’re into podcasting or want to be, do not miss this show! Download MP3 Connect with Rob on his website: www.SpreakerLiveShow.com
The Power of Podcasting with Rob Greenlee
Nemo Radio
Back on September 15, 2004, Rob Greenlee was the host of the first nationally syndicated radio program in the world to begin podcasting. Since then, he's hosted, created and distributed podcasts for the likes of Microsoft and many others. A 2017 inductee into the Academy of Podcasters Hall of Fame, Rob joins me to share his thoughts on the current state of podcasting, the best way to ensure your show is successful, how to best monetize your podcast and much more. EPISODE LINKS Listen to Rob's Podcasts at https://www.spreaker.com/show/spreaker-live-show and https://newmediashow.com/ Visit Rob online at http://www.robgreenlee.com/ and at https://www.spreaker.com/
EP30, Rob Greenlee
Employer Blueprint Podcast
Business Playmakers is very excited to bring you the Vice President and Head of Partnerships at VaxNest.com and Speaker.com, Rob Greenlee. Rob is a career podcaster with more than 14 years experience and has had many high profile careers that have led him to where he is now including EVP/CTO at PodcastOne.com in Beverly Hills, California, and former Content and Business Manager of Podcasts and TV at Microsoft’s Xbox Live and Zune. One of the most prestigious awards that can be won by someone in his industry, Rob is also a 2017 Inductee into the Academy of Podcasters Hall of Fame. He currently hosts the “SpreakerLiveShow.com” podcast, Wednesdays at 3pm PST, and co-hosts “NewMediaShow.com” Live Sat at 9am PST/Noon EST. If all of that isn’t enough, Rob is also former lead host of WebTalk World Radio Show; recognized as the first nationally syndicated radio program in the world to begin podcasting on Sept 15th, 2004. Today Rob is passionate about helping others put shows online, build their podcast audience. Business Playmakers is proud to have our very special guest, and you don’t want to miss one second of this episode. Be sure to leave a comment and Subscribe. Welcome to Business Playmakers, the podcast that meets with innovators, trailblazers, and leaders to learn about their experience and what success really means. Hosted by entrepreneur and leadership coach, Kyle Gorman.  Business Playmakers is presented by Employer Blueprint. Employer Blueprint is dedicated to management and leadership development through one on one coaching and group seminars. You can find free resources from Employer Blueprint through YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter. For more information simply visit www.employerblueprint.com.   Reference and Resources Rob Greenlee http://www.robgreenlee.com Gary Vee https://www.garyvaynerchuk.com Kevin Rose https://www.kevinrose.com
The State of Podcasting – Rob Greenlee
Jim Palmer's Stick Like Glue Radio
  Dream Business Radio #295 On this week’s show I interview Rob Greenlee, one of the true pioneers in the podcasting space. Rob is head of partnerships and content at Voxnet and Spreaker is former EVP/CTO at PodcastOne.com. If you’re into podcasting or want to be, do not miss this show! Download MP3 Connect with Rob... Read more » The post The State of Podcasting – Rob Greenlee appeared first on Jim Palmer.
MWIE 021: Rob Greenlee (Gets Stood Up)
My Worst Interview Ever
As a kid, before I ever dreamed of being in broadcasting, I love listening to my grandpa tell stories of his days in radio. He worked overnights in Detroit for a time and, every morning before signing off at 5 or 6am, he would play my grandma a love song. It sounded super romantic. However, knowing how much my grandma enjoyed sleep, I'd be surprised if she was ever awake to hear the dedications. But, regardless, the stories were fantastic. Though not nearly old enough to be my grandfather (or maybe even father), Rob Greenlee has some amazing stories. To say he invented podcasting is probably a stretch, but he was "podcasting" well before it was ever a thing (seriously), and he has made his life's work around the medium for almost two decades now. I can assure you, his stories (and takeaways) are definitely worth staying awake for. Rob is the Head of Podcast Content at Spreaker and the Adore Podcast Network. He is also a podcaster, co-hosting “The New Media Show” audio & video podcast as well as the “Spreaker Live Show.” Prior to Spreaker, Rob was the Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at PodcastOne. SHOW NOTES: 0:36 - Rob has been in podcasting since before it existed. His history is fascinating! 3:39 - The worst interviews are the ones that never show up. 5:22 - What guest never called that Rob really wished would have? 6:54 - RINGR is being used to record our conversation. Check it out here. 7:31 - Rob has a few tips and tricks for getting a great interview. 10:25 - What moment changed Rob's life forever? 11:52 - What was the most irresponsible thing(s) Rob was doing before becoming a dad? 12:47 - Connect with Rob online on Twitter, via email or through his website.
EP.08 - Rob Greenlee of Spreaker
PodToPod Podcast
One of the biggest names in podcasting, Rob Greenlee, of Spreaker talks about their new features, as well as the past, present, and future of podcasting.
Rob Greenlee of Spreaker Speaks Podcast Truth
The Sound Off Podcast
Rob Greenlee is the Head of Content at Spreaker. Recently, I spoke with him on a panel at the Conclave Radio Learning Conference in Minneapolis. At the end of the session, the moderator and panelists all felt we had a few more things we could have gotten to if time had permitted. No worries. That's what podcast is for! Rob and I spoke about some of the things radio does well with podcast, and some of the things they don't do well. We catch up with some of the podcast headlines that have dominated over the past few months, including Apple releasing metrics, Soundcloud's woes, and whether Spotify is a contender or pretender in podcast. I also invite the program director of 93X, Derek Madden and his podcast co-host from KCBS Matt Kolski to talk about their podcast, The Toy Department. This is one of many podcasts "Made by Radio". More have been posted here. http://bit.ly/2w6Lqfl The podcast episode this week is brought to you by NLogic http://go.nlogic.ca/l/130651/2017-04-26/m2xt4
263 Rob Greenlee - The Original Podcaster
Your 20 Minute Podcast With David Brower
Transcript:                    Thanks Allen, this is David Brower with Your 20 Minute Podcast. Our special guest today is Rob Greenlee and he is a pioneer. One of the very first, if not the first, to do podcasts back in September 15, 2004. He's chatting with us live from ... Or not live as you listen to it ... But from Seattle, Washington. Rob, thanks a lot for joining us. Nice to talk to you. Rob Greenlee:               Yeah, it's great to be here David. Thanks for the invite and I always love talking about podcasting and the path that I was on in the early days. As well as, I love talking about what's going on today too. David Brower:               Absolutely. Rob Greenlee:               It's great to be on. David Brower:               Thank you so much. So, tell me about September 15, 2004. What precipitated the idea of doing a podcast? Rob Greenlee:               Well, it was something that I was involved in for many years prior to the development of podcasting. I was doing a radio show at the time in a radio station and had brought that home and built my own studio and was making my web talk world radio show available as a download off my website for many years. David Brower:               Nice. Rob Greenlee:               Prior to that, and most of my listenership was coming from streaming at the time because, back in those days, back in the early 2000s, bandwidth was not as plentiful as it is today. David Brower:               True. Rob Greenlee:               People were still on dial-up connections and so I was streaming my audio program 16k or 32k back in those days. David Brower:               Oh my gosh. Rob Greenlee:               I didn't saturate the connections that a listener would have to the Internet. David Brower:               Right. Rob Greenlee:               So it was ... Back in those days, it was making my show available as a mp3 download. What was great about that was that people could set that download to just download over a period of time. They weren't necessarily listening so it was 'get the audio file and then listen to it later' was the model. David Brower:               Okay. Rob Greenlee:               That was how I got involved in this and was creating longer shows but it was also taking segments out of my radio show and embedding them into written articles too. So I was playing around with the combining of content online in those days cause text was delivered a little quicker. David Brower:               Sure. Rob Greenlee:               And if I could just present a link in there to play a short soundbite or something that supported the textual side of it, then that was something that helped me drive people to listen to the radio show that was syndicated across the country. David Brower:               You had to be one of the first people ever to combine audio with print back in those days, right? Rob Greenlee:               Yeah, it was not a common practice back then that's for sure. David Brower:               Right, right. Rob Greenlee:               I think some of the online journalists back then with some of the larger newspapers and magazines that were putting content online were starting to get involved in trying to link up some audio. But back in those days, the audio process was very cumbersome. It was complicated. It was very geeky and difficult to understand. David Brower:               Yeah. Rob Greenlee:               The tools were not really very clear. It was very rudimentary. I had my own ... I was fortunate. I built my own servers and in a cool location facility and I had the ability to have a real server and a Windows Media Streaming server and all that kind of stuff. I was able to tap into that stuff very early in the growth of this medium. So I was able to offer things that weren't commonly offered by a lot of people back then. David Brower:               Absolutely. Rob Greenlee:               That was the heyday of the development of the streaming side. David Brower:               Yeah. Rob Greenlee:               Of media delivery. David Brower:               I was in radio for a very long time and that stuff was ... I got out of it in 2001. So, that stuff wasn't even on my radar. It's been fascinating for me to watch the growth, which has been like lightning speed I'm sure for you in the last several years. Right? Rob Greenlee:               Well, it's been growing. The podcasting business and the podcasting listenership base has been growing at a consistent clip. David Brower:               Okay. Rob Greenlee:               It's not been a rocket ship ride by any stretch of the imagination. If you look at the research that's being done around media consumption of on-demand podcasting today, it's growing at between two and four percent a year. That's been the patterns ... David Brower:               Oh, okay. Rob Greenlee:               Since about 2004 or 2005, when the Edison Research folks started to do survey studies on the consumption of podcasts. There is a perception that there was a gap in popularity of podcasting in the middle part of the last decade, in the 2008 timeframe or so. 2009, there was a little bit of a dip in press coverage really. It was more around the hype. That was about the time when YouTube and Twitter and Facebook were starting to hit their stride. David Brower:               Sure, sure. Rob Greenlee:               So the attention of the media was definitely attracted over to social media in that 2008 to 2010 timeframe. That pulled the attention away from podcasting. Podcasting continued to grow consistently every year and then at some point, we had a spike in the consumption of this medium because of the iPhone. The iPhone really was the trigger ... David Brower:               Here we go. Yeah. Rob Greenlee:               That actually made this medium consistently grow and build its reputation as a viable medium. That's really taken us to today with quality content starting to really come into the medium. That's just propelled it forward as more people have been attracted to listen to on-demand podcasting content because it's getting better. David Brower:               Well, I ... Yeah, that's right. As myself, as a relative novice compared to what you've been doing with this, I just start thinking about podcasts maybe two, three years ago. Then, the more I looked into it, the more I thought about getting serious about doing one. My perceptions was 'holy crap, these things are everywhere.' You know? Then, I started paying attention to what people were doing and how they were finding their niche or as they say today, niche, and marketing it and doing all those kinds of things. It just became fascinating to me and I'm going, "Well why wouldn't you do that?" You know? So, I've been having a blast doing it. Rob Greenlee:               Well, it's still early too. The research is showing as it only about half of the US population has ever listened to an on-demand audio program or a podcast. David Brower:               I'll be darned. Rob Greenlee:               So, we're still not reaching the majority of the US population. It's like sitting at 50% right now, have listened to a podcast ever. David Brower:               Wow. Rob Greenlee:               So we still have a lot of upside to this and you think about radio. Radio is still a dominant audio delivery platform. David Brower:               Sure. Rob Greenlee:               Radio is starting to lose its luster and lose its steam a little bit but they're still capturing 90% of the US population. David Brower:               No, that's right. Rob Greenlee:               On a regular basis. Radio is here. Radio is under threat but radio is still here. [crosstalk 00:07:18] David Brower:               Satellite didn't, by any means ... Satellite radio certainly didn't hurt traditional radio as much as people might've thought. Rob Greenlee:               Though this past year, podcasting surpassed consumption of satellite radio. So we're ... Podcasting is now beyond the satellite radio consumption, which I guess if you think about it, isn't really a big surprise. David Brower:               Right. Rob Greenlee:               I'm surprised that it probably didn't happen sooner but satellite radio still has a presence out there. It's not been ... David Brower:               Yeah, they do. Rob Greenlee:               Eclipsed by the on-demand piece which ... As the younger generation grows up, they're taking a larger slice of the on-demand piece. David Brower:               I'll be darned. Rob Greenlee:               That's where I think that the generational shift that is happening is shifting to on-demand. As you think about how those younger people consumed music, it was based on what they wanted to consume, when they wanted to consume it. That's going to come to on-demand audio too on the talk side. That's what we're starting to see happen. Those younger generations move into the prime audio consumption age group, which is in the 30s typically, you're going to see this shift happen. Though we're seeing trends that are starting to show themselves that the younger generation ... I'm talking about the late teens to mid-20s are starting to really pickup on their consumption of podcasting. David Brower:               Well, yeah. Rob Greenlee:               And now more and more Spotify is taking on podcast content. So we're starting to see podcast content make it into a music platform that tends to reach those younger listeners. We're starting to see this evolution happen. David Brower:               My podcast is on Spotify and iHeart Radio. I bet more downloads from iHeart Radio than I do anywhere. Rob Greenlee:               Yeah. David Brower:               Trust me. Rob Greenlee:               Those are those next generation platforms to some degree that are becoming important to the younger consumption audience. David Brower:               I'll be darned. Do you see the growth of podcast continuing to grow in that two to four percent range? Or is that younger demographic going to help increase the speed of that, do you think? Rob Greenlee:               Yeah, that's a complicated question as you look into the future because ... I'm not seeing anything right today that's going to tell me that we're going to grow any faster over the next year or two beyond four percent. I think one of the ... They're some key things that need to be overcome before we're going to see a five to ten percent growth. One of the key things is Android. It's one of those untapped areas of podcast consumption that is just sitting there ready to be reached and it's ... Google has been a little slow to adopt podcasting in any kind of a first party solution. David Brower:               Right. Rob Greenlee:               I'm hoping that they will. Because if you look at the research numbers that shows what the consumption is of podcasts on ios versus Android, it's like six to one five to one. David Brower:               Oh my gosh. Rob Greenlee:               It's a huge discrepancy. See you're only getting about 20% of the consumption of on-demand audio on Android as opposed to the consumption of on-demand audio on ios, which is 80%. David Brower:               And that's because ios got a head start. They jumped on it before Android even thought about it. Rob Greenlee:               Yeah, but there's more Android devices out there than there is iPhones. David Brower:               Isn't that funny? Rob Greenlee:               That's the missed opportunity, right? David Brower:               Yeah. Rob Greenlee:               It's the ... There's about 20% of all the phones out there are ios devices, 80% of them are Android. David Brower:               I'll be darned. Rob Greenlee:               You're looking at a market opportunity that's just not being reached right now. I'm working with Google and helping them along with their approach to this medium. Hopefully they'll come up with a much better solution over the next year or two that will open the doors to reaching, hopefully, a larger group of the US population and actually the global population frankly. David Brower:               Good for you. So does ... With Google coming out with their Google phones now, the Pixel ... I have the Pixel XL2 and ... With them developing and promoting a really good Android phone, is that going to help their mindset move towards podcasts more? Or is that apples and oranges? Rob Greenlee:               Well it's really a difference between a first party app that needs to be developed for Android that will really be built into the operating system. David Brower:               Oh, okay. Rob Greenlee:               Not unlike what the Apple folks have done with ios. To expose a terrific listening experience on the Android platform that's first party ... People look for that because it's a Google made product. That's what will hopefully attract people to give podcasting a try on the Android device. Now, granted there are applications that you can get for your Android device that support podcasting. Spotify is a growing one of them that has a significant present on Android. David Brower:               Yep. Rob Greenlee:               So, you can certainly go there and start consuming podcasts on that app. There's apps like Stitcher and the company that I work for called Spreaker has a listening consumption app on Android that's terrific. It's all these third party apps is what's available on Android today and the problem is that a lot of those apps don't have very much market share. David Brower:               Yeah. Rob Greenlee:               There all just tiny slices of the opportunity on Android. Google really needs to just get behind it. Often times, these big companies ... I used to work for Microsoft. I ran the Zune podcasting platform for six years for Microsoft as part of the Xbox team and Windows phone and stuff. I understand the big company approach to this and how they look at podcasting as I ran that platform for a big company for many years. It's a different approach. They have to think about it differently than maybe a startup company thinks about podcasting. It's something that you have to talk their language and you have to understand what their needs are and be able to navigate that pathway to ... David Brower:               Oh okay. Rob Greenlee:               Because often times what happens, and we kind of saw that happen with Google in the past with their Google Play podcasting service that they have today. Google does support podcasting as part of their Google Play product. It's just that its wasn't done in the way that would scale or help them in any significant way. There still a lot of podcasts there but it's not really available easily on mobile. It's only on the web. It's those kinds of things, right? Most of the consumption of podcasts is happening on mobile devices now. It's not happening on the web as much as it used to. David Brower:               So is Google ... Are they interested in more of the monetization of podcasts before their interested in the technology and the exploration of it? What's their mindset? Rob Greenlee:               It's a couple of things that is important to them and they're sort of ... I wouldn't be disclosing anything too much here because it's really their core business is that they're an advertising business. Google makes most of their money off of advertising and that's obviously always in the back of their minds but they're also interested in having a terrific discovery and listening experience as well. They do care about the experience. David Brower:               Exactly. Rob Greenlee:               But they also want to be cutting edge. They want to look like they're innovating. And that's where it gets a little touchy at times because being an innovator tends to cut in two directions on you. You have to be able to support a basic function but not get too ahead of yourself because you get too ahead of yourself, you can hurt yourself. Because people are not expecting that, right? Or they don't understand it. Where if you come into from the understanding it's about timing. About the timing of the features and functions of what the audience expects. David Brower:               Sure. Rob Greenlee:               And it's difficult for a big company to do that. To time products that have long development lead times. David Brower:               I would think so. And the other part of that, I would think, is once they find themselves being very innovative and coming out with the next great whatever, there's gotta be a balance there. "Okay, if we're going to be this innovative and we're going to get from point A to point X, we gotta throw some money behind this to let people know that it's here." That's gotta be a huge investment based on their confidence level. Rob Greenlee:               Building out a platform for podcasting ... It was the question that I got asked every year when I worked at Microsoft. It's like, "Well, why are we investing in podcasting when we don't make any money at it?" David Brower:               Right, right. Rob Greenlee:               How do we leverage it to either help some part of our business or to grow or to leverage it to grow advertising revenue or how do we ... David Brower:               Right, right. Rob Greenlee:               Do we sell more Android devices because we're offing this? How can we quantify this? And that's where the rubber hits the road with this stuff. That's what's challenging ... That's why ... Apple supports podcasting because their core business is selling devices and creating great user experiences that will then cause people to buy more devices. That's a different model than Google has. Google has a model of selling advertising, which doesn't always create a terrific user experience. David Brower:               Right. Rob Greenlee:               Adding to content doesn't create a better piece of content. It just creates content with advertising, which can be seen by some as a negative thing. You've got this ... David Brower:               Right. No, that's right. Rob Greenlee:               Balance that you have to strike between advertising that's too intrusive or not intrusive enough. Because the advertisers want it to be intrusive because they want their message delivered. It's really walking a fine line. Advertising and podcasting has been a very sensitive topic. It's been ... People ... One of reasons podcasting has been successful is because it has had limited advertising in it. The advertising that was in it was very organic, natural, host endorsed, very much trust based. That's difficult to replicate at scale. That's one of the challenges that this medium has to grow in its revenue and investment is that fact that these advertising models are different that what's built big businesses in the past. David Brower:               Absolutely. One of the things that is fascinating in the news the last couple of days was the CEO of Apple coming out on MSNBC and being asked about the Facebook issue and he says, "Well, they're in the business of advertising and making money. We're in the business of selling phones." Rob Greenlee:               Yeah, so it depends on where you're coming from. When I was working at Microsoft ... Microsoft is not strong at advertising models either. They're into selling software. That's what's different that made it a challenge for podcasting too because you typically don't sell software in support of podcasting. So where's the model for a company like Microsoft? And that's one of the reasons why they end up shutting it down I believe. I was there building out this platform on Window phone and Windows phone, as we all know, is kind of disappearing. That's not a viable platform anywhere for Microsoft these days. That's why podcasting disappeared. It wasn't a priority for Xbox and that was understandable too. Cause what are you going to do? Build that into the game console? It's something that I tried to get them to do but it never really got accepted. It's understandable when I think back on it. Rob Greenlee:               You have to look at the company and what their DNA is and what they focus on. That will dictate whether or not they do something. I think Google is sitting in a very good place to do something with podcasting. It's just they need to figure out what the heck that's going to be. David Brower:               Thank you Rob. Rob Greenlee and you can catch him at robgreenlee.com, rob@spreaker.com, spreakerliveshow.com, twitter ... I mean, you're everywhere man. Thanks so much for joining us and we'll catch you down the road fairly soon. Allan Blackwell:             Your 20 Minute Podcast with David Brower has been brought to you by Audible. You can listen to any of David's podcasts anywhere podcasts can be found, including iHeart Radio, the Spotify mobile app and at davidbrowervo.com/your20minutepodcast. Until next time, thanks for listening.  
New Tools From Voxnest With Rob Greenlee
Ask the Podcast Coach
2:30 The New Mixer Review 8:27 Thanks for the Awesome Supporters 12:10 Rob Explains www.voxnest.com and Dynamo Dynamic Ad Insertion 60/40 split  19:45 What if you have ads on Spreaker? 23:00 Having a Launch on a certain day 26:25 Podcamp Toronto - Need a Passport? awards.podcamptoronto.com 27:45 Podsumit in Canada 28:20 Interviewing On Site 33:05 What to bring to your first event 38:40 What's the biggest podcast hurdle? 44:05 Formatting and outlines for an episode
Measuring Podcast Success With Rob Greenlee
Smooth Business Growth – 15 Minutes Of Pure Marketing Strategies Proven To Move The Needle
Today we are chatting with Rob Greenlee who is VP/Head of Partnerships at VoxNest.com and Spreaker.com. 2017 Inductee into the Academy of Podcasters Hall of Fame, and former Content and Business Manager, Podcasts/TV at Microsofts Xbox Live and Zune. He currently hosts the SpreakerLiveShow.com podcast – His rap sheet is long my friend so CLEARLY he knows his stuff when it comes to podcasting. Today I want to focus on analytics and podcast success tips. Podcasting is wildly successful and popular – for someone starting out now – what types of goals should you have going into it? I know that Voxnest helps you track your analytics, along with Spreaker - what analytics should we be looking at? How do you measure the success of your show? What expectations should we set as podcasters? Where should we publish our podcasts – which are the top directories? What is the magic or strategies that will help a show be successful vs flopping and getting no traction.
E56 – Rob Greenlee – Podcasting 101
Liz on Biz with Liz Theresa
Head of Content at Spreaker.com. 2017 Inductee into the Academy of Podcasters Hall of Fame, Is former EVP/CTO at PodcastOne.com in Beverly Hills, CA and former Content and Business Manager, Podcasts/TV at Microsoft’s Xbox Live and Zune. He currently hosts the “SpreakerLiveShow.com” podcast, Weds at 3pm PST and co-hosts “NewMediaShow.com/live” Live Sat at 9am PST/Noon EST. He is also former lead host of WebTalk World Radio Show; recognized as the first nationally syndicated radio program in the world to begin podcasting on Sept 15th, 2004. Lives in Seattle.  “SpreakerLiveShow.com” podcast, Weds at 3pm PST  “NewMediaShow.com/live” Live Sat at 9am PST/Noon EST Spreaker (Website) Spreaker (Blog) Rob Greenlee (Website) 2017 NAB Panels Guinness Book of World Record Holder Social Media: Twitter @robgreenlee Twitter @spreaker Facebook – Rob Greenlee Facebook – Spreaker Linkedin – Rob Greenlee Show notes: [3:00] – Rob shares how he produced his own radio show in the 90s. [6:27] – How he created his own server and recorded his first show on cassette tapes. (Yes, really!) [13:49] – “Podcasting is a word of mouth medium at its core.” [18:50] – How to know if podcasting is right for you. [22:07] – How to select a format – based on your goals. [24:35] – The solo format – pros and cons. [28:04] – Sponsorship and advertising possibilities for podcasters. [31:53] – Dynamic ad insertion technology. [35:26] – Using affiliate marketing to monetize your podcast. [38:40] – Spreaker combines live-streaming and podcasting (about the platform.) [41:40] – Last words.
Hour 1-David Jackson w/Rob Greenlee-4/13
Spreaker Live from NMX 2015 Episodes
NMX / NAB 2015 with host Dave Jackson and guests Rob Greenlee of Spreaker and New Media Show, and Ray Ortega join us for our first hour from Noon - 1pm, April 13, 2015
Recalculating For Small Business - Rob Greenlee & Nir Kaldero
AMFM247 Broadcasting Network
Today's guests are Rob Greenlee from Vocnest & Nir Kaldero from Galvanize
Hour 1-David Jackson w/Rob Greenlee-4/13
Discover Most Popular Audiobooks in Science & Technology, Magazine & Radio
NMX / NAB 2015 with host Dave Jackson and guests Rob Greenlee of Spreaker and New Media Show, and Ray Ortega join us for our first hour from Noon - 1pm, April 13, 2015
Ep. 18: "Rob Greenlee - 'Spreaker' of Podcasting truth."
The Podcasters' Survival Guide
TPSguide.org | JCALdigital.org In this episode Josh brings on the mighty Rob Greenlee and the guys go deep on the following: • Podcasting, just for the fun of it. • Ignoring bad podcasting advice. • Radio consultants and their many agendas. • The usefulness of podcast survey data in May of 2017 We also explore two different ideas that Rob is known for in Podcasting circles: 1) Why Rob is worried that the number of new Podcasters and the number of new Podcasts is outpacing the growth of listenership and audience. 2) What are the reasons that CPM's will most likely fall along with the growth of Dynamic Ad Insertion and Programmatic Ad Buying? Say Hello to Rob Greenlee: • @RobGreenlee • rob@spreaker.com Say Hello (or even G’day) to Josh: • Em: joshuacliston@gmail.com • Twitter: twitter.com/joshuacliston (@joshuacliston ) • Instagram: instagram.com/joshuacliston
Recalculating For Small Business - Rob Greenlee & Nir Kaldero
Recalculating Small Business
Today's guests are Rob Greenlee from Vocnest & Nir Kaldero from Galvanize
187: Podcasting for Small Biz with Rob Greenlee
The How of Business - How to start, run & grow a small business.
Podcasting to promote & grow your small business with Rob Greenlee. Rob is a podcasting pioneer and he shares his unique journey from a marketing career, to broadcasting and eventually hosting the first podcast show. Rob is the former lead host of WebTalk World Radio Show - recognized as the first nationally syndicated radio program in the world to begin podcasting on Sept 15th, 2004. He is currently VP and Head of Partnerships at VoxNest.com and Spreaker.com
Rob Greenlee From Microsoft On Podcasting : Podcast Episode #66
Music Radio Creative - Season 1 - Audio Production Tips
Rob Greenlee from Microsoft talks podcasting and radio. Host of the New Media Show and content manager of podcasts on the Windows Phone, Xbox Live and Zune. The post Rob Greenlee From Microsoft On Podcasting : Podcast Episode #66 appeared first on the Music Radio Creative.
Hour 3-Rob Greenlee w/Mark Ramsey-4/13
Spreaker Live from NMX 2015 Episodes
NMX / NAB 2015 Rob Greenlee of Spreaker and co-host of The New Media Show interviews radio and online media consultant Mark Ramsey, CEO of MarkRamseyMedia.com
Hour 1 - Rob Greenlee w/Dan Franks- 4/16
Spreaker Live from NMX 2015 Episodes
NMX / NAB 2015 Rob Greenlee of Spreaker and co-host of The New Media Show, Dan Franks, Podcast Movement, Troy Heinritz, Host of The Blacklist: Exposed Podcast at http://GoldenSpiralMedia.com, join us for our first hour from 12pm - 1pm, April 16, 2015
IAIB Spotlight Ep. 27 – Rob Greenlee Interview 8-8-14
IAIB Spotlight HD
Rob Greenlee joins Andrew Zarian to discuss podcast trends, his new role at the PodcastOne Network managing their podcasts, the new Podcast Movement conference, and offers some advice on what makes a successful podcast.
How To Start A Podcast Featuring Rob Greenlee of Spreaker
Rock The Podcast
Welcome to Rock the Podcast! Hosts Jessica and Margy welcome one of the founding fathers of podcasting, Rob Greenlee of Spreaker. Rob shares his masterful knowledge of: ● The value of attending live podcast events. ● Why engagement is more valuable than the size of your audience. ● Podcasting 101: The technical steps to starting a podcast.   Rob Greenlee of Spreaker Rob says early podcasters were winging it. There were no best practices, standards or methods back in 2004. It was common place for hosts to experiment with different formats, genres and content.   Why are live events good for podcasters: ● They create a personal relationship between the listener and the host. ● They are a great place to share your podcast. (Podcasting is still a word of mouth medium.) ● Face-to-face time with your listeners can give a host insight on what content listeners want to hear. ● They bring the virtual podcast world into the real world   Podcast Statistics For whatever reason, podcast stats continue to be a closely held secret. Spreaker makes podcast stats accessible to help podcast hosts: ● Know their audience. ● Monetize their show.   Rob says podcasting is known to be an ‘ad-free’ or an ‘ad-light’ medium. A true measure of a show’s success is how engaged listeners are, not how many advertisers a show has.   Podcasting 101 — How to Start a Podcast Spreaker makes it really easy for anyone to start a podcast. They provide free software that works with Skype to record up to 4 people at once. The software also has auto ducking which automatically lowers intro music when the host starts speaking.   5 Easy Steps to Starting A Podcast 1. Record or live stream to create a mp3 file. 2. Find a hosting provider to distribute your mp3 to listening platforms. 3. Create album artwork, a show title and a description. 4. Submit an RSS feed. 5. Get your podcast out there!   Resources Mentioned: Interview Connections Interview Connections TV @InterviewConnections on Instagram @robgreenlee on Twitter Rob@spreaker.com Spreaker Spreaker Live Show The New Media Show Podfest Soundcloud iHeartRADIO Spotify Togs on Brook Consignment Edison Research Podfly Productions Rock the Podcast Ep.4 — How to Rebrand Your Podcast
IAIB Spotlight Ep. 27 – Rob Greenlee Interview 8-8-14
IAIB Network Spotlight
Rob Greenlee joins Andrew Zarian to discuss podcast trends, his new role at the PodcastOne Network managing their podcasts, the new Podcast Movement conference, and offers some advice on what makes a successful podcast.
Hour 1 - Rob Greenlee w/Dan Franks- 4/16
Discover Most Popular Audiobooks in Science & Technology, Magazine & Radio
NMX / NAB 2015 Rob Greenlee of Spreaker and co-host of The New Media Show, Dan Franks, Podcast Movement, Troy Heinritz, Host of The Blacklist: Exposed Podcast at http://GoldenSpiralMedia.com, join us for our first hour from 12pm - 1pm, April 16, 2015
Rob Greenlee of Spreaker talks Podcasting - Episode 96
The Tech Informist - For fans of Apple, Google, Microsoft & other technology
Podcasting veteran Rob Greenlee of Spreaker joins us to talk about the current state of podcasting along with some equipment suggestions and choices for people looking to get into podcasting themselves. Also having previously worked at Microsoft, we get his thoughts on the Zune platform, Windows 10 and what he hopes to see from the next wave of Windows Phones. Connect with Rob the following ways: On Twitter at @robgreenlee Listen to the New Media Show Listen to Spreaker Live Show Also make sure to visit Spreaker.com to see if they can be a service for you to get you started in podcasting. Hope you enjoy this discussion!     Watch us live on Blab! This was the third episode in which we recorded using the new video streaming platform called Blab. To join us live each Monday & Wednesday, please make sure to follow us on Blab in order to be notified of when we will be live or if we do an impromptu discussion just with listeners! Click here to view our Blab profile     App & Entertainment Picks App - Xbox app for Windows 10 TV/Movie - I Am Chris Farley documentary (SpikeTV) TV - Humans on AMC App - Slack     Help Support the Tech Informist Podcast Are you a fan of the show or someone with a business or product you feel our audience would be interested in? We have multiple options for helping support the show. If you would like more information on how you can help support the show, please visit our Support page here to get started.     Subscribe & Feedback Have some feedback or thoughts for future show topics? We would love if you could send your thoughts to: contact@thetechinformist.com You can either subscribe to The Tech Informist using either of the links below, or by doing a search within your favorite podcast app on your mobile device. iTunes TuneIn Radio Stitcher Radio Cannot find us by searching in your favorite podcast app for whatever reason? Simply paste the following RSS link into the app and that should take care of it! http://techinformist.libsyn.com/rss
Hour 3-Rob Greenlee w/Mark Ramsey-4/13
Discover Most Popular Audiobooks in Science & Technology, Magazine & Radio
NMX / NAB 2015 Rob Greenlee of Spreaker and co-host of The New Media Show interviews radio and online media consultant Mark Ramsey, CEO of MarkRamseyMedia.com
Episode 507: The strategy of being helpful, with Rob Greenlee.
Onward Nation
Rob Greenlee is the Head of Content at Spreaker.com and Adore.fm. He was inducted into the Academy of Podcasters Hall of Fame in 2017 and served as the EVP / CTO at PodcastOne.com — and — formerly as the Content and Business Manager of Podcasts / TV at Microsoft’s Xbox Live. He currently hosts the “Spreaker Live Show.com” podcast. He is also former lead host of WebTalk World Radio Show, which is recognized as the first nationally syndicated radio program in the world to begin podcasting on September 15th, 2004. What you’ll learn about in this episode Rob’s background and how he got started in live radio The growth of the podcasting medium and how it is perceived How podcasting is fundamentally different from radio Some things to consider if you’re considering starting a podcast (including duration and content) Why every business can benefit from having a podcast How the way we consume content is going to change Why verbal communication is a critical skill to master The benefits of working with a mentor who has experience and a background in areas that you aren’t strong in Why it’s critical to lead by example How to get more people to say “yes” to your business approach The three key principles to success How to best connect with Rob: Twitter: @robgreenlee Twitter: @spreaker Facebook: www.facebook.com/spreaker Email: rob@spreaker.com Website: www.robgreenlee.com Website: www.spreaker.com/start-your-podcast Website: www.spreaker.com Website: blog.spreaker.com Podcast: SpreakerLiveShow.com, Weds at 3 pm PST Podcast: NewMediaShow.com/live, Sat at 9 am PST/Noon EST
Rob Greenlee from Spreaker.com – PHD062
Podcast Help Desk
International Podcast Day I was on WKLT in Traverse City talking about International Podcast day. I Opened for Paul Stanley of KISS :) IPD was trending worldwide at #1 on Twitter for a few hours on the 30th. Steve Lee was in the New York Times! -------------- I will be on the Powerpress podcast (the official Blubrry podcast) next week. If you want to check out our REbooted podcast over at blubrry, check out PowerpressPodcast.com ------------- Rob Greenlee - Head of Content at Spreaker.com Host of Spreaker Live Show at http://spreakerliveshow.com/ http://www.robgreenlee.com/ Twitter.com/robgreenlee http://newmediashow.com/ ------------- Blubrry Tip of the week. Even if you are not interested in using blubrry hosting or statistics, you should really get listed on blubrry.com’s directory. It’s easy, free and it gives you another place on the net to be found and seen. What makes blubrry’s directory different is that they are the ONLY directory on the web that encourages you to subscribe via something other than their platform. With a blubrry listing, it encourages your listeners to subscribe to YOUR rss feed, not ours.
474: Rob Greenlee of Spreaker – Podcasting Before Podcasting Was a Thing
The Solopreneur Hour Podcast with Michael O'Neal
Today I'm honored to speak to Rob Greenlee, formerly of Microsoft/Xbox/Zune, PodcastOne, and currently with Spreaker, a full podcasting solution.  Rob has been podcasting in some form or another since before 2004's advent of the RSS feed as a podcast infrastructure. Rob is a marketing guy at heart and shares his insight on how to grow a show, why to do a show, and how much he loves the craft, just like yours truly. Listen to Rob's live show every Wednesday 3 pm pacific  spreakerliveshow.com new media show  Sat. 9 AM pacific  newmediashow.com  audio/video Mike and Rob Discuss: 3:01 Tricaster - Simultaneously broadcasting to other platforms similar to OBS 8:14 Rob in Seattle 10:27 How Rob got into broadcasting 17:13 Launching a podcast at the turn of the century vs now 22:05 The moment Rob felt podcasting had legs 25:32 Taking a traditional radio approach 30:16 Next Trend in Podcasting 37:26 Scaling the audience for the medium 42:36 Getting into the head of your audience 44:51 Tracking tools & Users Privacy 50:38 New podcasters and how to grow a show in 2016 57:00 How Spreaker is enhancing the Podcast world 60:06 Keeping your intro short Links and Resources RobGreenlee.com Rob on Twitter Spreaker.com SpreakerLiveShow.com NewMediaShow.com OBS Tricaster MAPCOM Iphone 7 plus Amazon Echo Google Analytics Facebook Pixel HinesWardShow.com Conferencetopia.com This Episodes Sponsor:
Dad To Dad 14 - Rob Greenlee, VP Spreaker,  tells of raising two children with ADHD.
Dad to Dad Podcast
David Hirsch talks to a special father who’s a media marketing manager, the head of partnerships at Voxnet and Spreaker and a podcaster extraordinaire, Rob Greenlee.Rob has two children, Michael and Carolyn, who both have experienced the challenges of ADHD. We’ll hear their story on this Special Fathers Network Podcast with Rob Greenlee. To find out more about the Special Fathers Network, go to 21stcenturydads.org/special-fathers-network.
Microsoft's Podcast Man Rob Greenlee on the State of the Podcast
NextMarket Podcast
Summary: Like Apple, Microsoft has been one of the most supportive big tech companies behind podcasting. Rob Greenlee has been there for the entire ride, helping to get podcasts launched first on Zune and more recently being the go-to guy for podcasts on Xbox and Windows Phone. I talk to Rob about the history of the podcast at Microsoft, how he's seen podcasting evolve, where he thinks it's going and, oh yeah, Joan Rivers (she has a new podcast, after all). This conversation is one of the many I am making available over the next week or two from the Podcast Project. If you'd like to learn more about this project, go to nextmarket.co/pages/the-podcast-project for more details. And if you'd like to subscribe to future podcasts in this series and other areas we talk about here at the NextMarket podcast, subscribe using the following channels below: Website: http://nextmarket.co iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nextmarket/id579455690 RSS: feeds.feedburner.com/soundcloud/JEcj Stitcher Radio: app.stitcher.com/browse/feed/32010/episodes
Hour3a- Rob Greenlee w/Gary LeLand- 4/15
Spreaker Live from NMX 2015 Episodes
NMX / NAB 2015 Rob Greenlee of Spreaker and co-host of The New Media Show. Guests Gary LeLand of Fast Pitch TV, Podertainment Magazine and Podcast Movement organizer, GaryLelandshow.com joins us for our third hour from 2pm - 3pm, April 15, 2015
BBF142: Podcasting as a Marketing Strategy with Rob Greenlee
Business Brain Food
Being a podcast that’s 142 episodes old it really is about time we talk about podcasting! It’s done so much for Maxmyprofit so there’s no reason why it can’t transform your business. Our guest this week is the head of content at spreaker.com – a comprehensive podcasting platform that can enable literally anyone to get going as a podcaster. Rob has been podcasting from pretty much the beginning of the podcast era in 2004, having started off as a live broadcaster on local radio in Seattle. He saw the opportunity that podcasting provided and began to syndicate the show around the world, selling advertising and generally monetizing the whole project. Since then his podcasting expertise has seen him work for the likes of Microsoft. This guy sure knows his stuff – here are some of his top tips: **  Look at yourself and look at how you’re trying to reach your base of possible customers… would a podcast work for this? **  Consulting-style businesses where you’re basically selling yourself are ideal for podcasting. **  Understand your measures of success. Your show doesn’t have to have 1 million listeners. It could be enough to have 500 avid listeners based locally. **  Every year, podcasting listenership numbers increase. **  Think of the potential longevity of your show before you start. Can you actually sustain it after a few shows? Will you run out of ideas? **  Get going with it now! Don’t wait around and pre-record a load of them. Accept that you will get better on the job. **  Audiences are built around consistency. You will probably be more successful with your podcast if it’s weekly rather than monthly. **  Understand what production time you can dedicate. If you don’t have time for post-production, you can make up for that by slick pre-production that means you basically make the show ‘live’ and don’t need to do extensive editing. **  Listen to other people’s shows and get some ideas. There is nothing wrong with this at all. Just take the best bits from the shows and find your voice!   In this episode of Business Brain Food you will learn:   **  Is a podcast for me? **  The differences between radio and podcasting **  The advertising potential of podcasting **  The age/gender split in podcasting **  The cost of hosting podcasts **  How to start your own podcast **  The right frequency for podcasts **  How software can effectively work as a mixing desk   Resources mentioned in this episode:   **  Leave a review of BBF on the itunes store and gain access to some members-only training on user experience. This is a great, hour-long video called “The three secrets to making your website convert visitors into customers”. All you have to do is leave a review, copy the text and email it to ben@maxmyprofit.com.au and you will be given access to the training. **  Listen to Rob’s weekly Spreaker live show for more hints and tips on podcasting (broadcast on Wednesdays at 3pm PST) **  Connect with Rob on twitter @robgreelnee and at http://www.robgreenlee.com **  All previous BBF episodes & show notes can be found at http://www.businessbrainfood.com.au **  Twitter: https://twitter.com/bfewtrell   If listening to this podcast wasn’t enough to prove the value of podcasting to your business, then hearing just how easy it is thanks to the kind of services that Rob provides should be enough to persuade you to take the plunge. Just go for it and get podcasting!! Also, if you are enjoying these Business Brain Food podcasts, then make sure to share them via social media sites or email the links to family and friends. A lot of time and effort goes into producing each of these podcasts with the goal in mind of the more people we can inspire about business the better. You can help us do just that! Until next time, have a profitable day. Cheers, Ben Fewtrell (02) 9111 5000
Episode 15 Rob Greenlee VP of Spreaker Podcast Relations  Is Podcasting a Field of Dreams
The Wendi Cooper Show - Speaking of Age
Are you thinking about how to reinvent yourself over 50 in today's ageism society.  Have you tossed around the idea of creating a podcast to share your wisdom and build a personal brand?  If so, then listening to this episode will be the key to your success. Rob and I speak candidly about the plus and minuses of podcasting, which is the fastest growing medium today, and how "voice" can be the launch pad to success, as well as tips on how to launch a podcast.   We have very similar backgrounds in live radio and podcasting as well as marketing, so this episode is really jammed pack with great value.   Rob Greenlee, 58 is the VP of Podcaster Relations at Voxnest’s Spreaker.   Rob is a well-known evangelist of the podcasting industry and a 2017 inductee in the Academy of Podcasters Hall of Fame.  In his role at Voxnest, Rob is responsible for managing relationships with more than 25,000 podcast producers who entrust the company’s Spreaker platform for their podcast creation, distribution, management, measurement and monetization needs. Rob’s long and storied history in podcasting began in 2004, when his WebTalk World Radio show became the first nationally-syndicated program to begin offering downloadable podcasts. He has continued working to advance the medium since in positions including Executive vice President and chief technical officer at PodcastOne and Business Manager of Podcasts and TV at Microsoft’s Xbox Marketplace Zune.   Rob Greenlee VP, Podcaster Relations, Voxnest  rob@voxnest.com     
Hour3b- Rob Greenlee w/Tom Webster- 4/15
Spreaker Live from NMX 2015 Episodes
NMX / NAB 2015 Rob Greenlee of Spreaker and co-host of The New Media Show. Guests Gary LeLand of Fast Pitch TV, Podertainment Magazine and Podcast Movement organizer, GaryLelandshow.com and Tom Webster, VP of Edison Research joins us for our third hour from 2pm - 3pm, April 15, 2015
S5E2 Rob Greenlee-How Any Podcaster Can Monetize
Podcasting 101
Rob Greenlee, host of Spreaker Live and New Media Show as well as being Head of Partnerships over at Voxnest stops by to talk about what exactly Voxnest is and what the company can do for us podcasters! I know a lot of podcasters are interested in "monetization" and this might be an answer to your prayers. They have an interesting platform. It's built with the everyday podcaster in mind, and it doesn't sound like it's a difficult process as far as the "Ad Insertion" part goes. Rob shares with us his knowledge from both his years in radio and the decade plus he's also put into the world of podcasting. Lot's of valuable information here folks. Not to mention, he's just got a great voice! Make sure you're taking notes! Another great guest for Podcasting 101!
053 Rob Greenlee | This Podcast Ambassador Continues To Spread The Gospel of Podcasting
Podcast Junkies
Robert Greenlee is a veteran in the podcasting industry. He started his WebTalk World Radio Show in 1999 and has been working in the podcasting field since. I talk to Rob about why he started his first podcast, his aquaponics hobby, and so much more on this week’s episode of Podcast Junkies. Show Highlights 05:50 – Robert talks on how he got started in podcasting. 07:20 – WebTalk World Radio Show was started in 1999 09:00 – What’s the different between the web and the internet? 10:50 – Robert interviewed some of the cast from the X-files on his show. 13:30 – What’s the definition of the dark web? 14:10 – Why did Robert create his radio show? 17:40 – What’s the hardest part of running a restaurant? 19:45 – In 2004, Robert converted his radio show to a podcast. 21:45 – Robert talks about his job history. 28:00 – What was it like working for Zune? 37:40 – The same team that worked on Zune is now working on Windows desktop. 39:00 – Apple approached Robert asking him for advice. 45:55 – How’s Robert’s aquaponics system coming along? 52:35 – Don’t be afraid to try podcasting. 58:15 – What’s the global reach of podcasting? 01:04 – Robert would like to focus on the local podcasting industry for the next episode. 01:08 – What kind of podcast trends has Robert seen at PodcastOne? 01:12 – Robert talks about his relationship wth Spreaker and PodcastOne 01:19 – What kind of opportunities do podcasters have in the next 6-12 months? 01:25 – Follow Robert at the Spreaker Live Show on Wednesday 3pm Pacific.   FULL SHOW NOTES: http://www.podcastjunkies.com/53  ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
GMS 91- Why You Need to Jump on the Podcasting Bandwagon with Rob Greenlee
Garlic Marketing Show
Podcasts have changed the way we gravitate information in a new medium. In this episode of the Garlic Marketing Show we listen to Rob Greenlee, an expert in the podcast industry. He provides tips and advice on how to stay relevant in the podcast industry. We learn about how he landed into the podcast industry to how he has become an expert in this industry. He gives future podcasters tips on how to go into this industry from the equipment, interview skills, content, to knowing your niche audience. Listen to the stellar interview here. What You’ll Learn: Tips in creating an effective podcast How podcasts can be a vehicle for different audiences/ agencies The to gather listener traffic Connect with Rob: Rob's Website Spreaker Live Show Spreaker Blog Links and Resources: Iangarlic.com/plan        
Hour3b- Rob Greenlee w/Tom Webster- 4/15
Discover Most Popular Audiobooks in Science & Technology, Magazine & Radio
NMX / NAB 2015 Rob Greenlee of Spreaker and co-host of The New Media Show. Guests Gary LeLand of Fast Pitch TV, Podertainment Magazine and Podcast Movement organizer, GaryLelandshow.com and Tom Webster, VP of Edison Research joins us for our third hour from 2pm - 3pm, April 15, 2015
Hour3a- Rob Greenlee w/Gary LeLand- 4/15
Discover Most Popular Audiobooks in Science & Technology, Magazine & Radio
NMX / NAB 2015 Rob Greenlee of Spreaker and co-host of The New Media Show. Guests Gary LeLand of Fast Pitch TV, Podertainment Magazine and Podcast Movement organizer, GaryLelandshow.com joins us for our third hour from 2pm - 3pm, April 15, 2015
64: How to Stay Encouraged On Your Podcasting Journey, with Rob Greenlee
Podcastification - podcasting tips, podcast tricks, how to podcast better
Subscribe to Podcastification | Contact the PFT Team Share your enthusiasm… and make me feel really good at the same time!   It is hard to stay encouraged in any pursuit in life - simply because discouraging things come up against your efforts. I’ve found podcasting to be that way - IN SPADES! There seem to be so many things - from the rest of life to the technology hurdles - that make it hard to stay consistent and encouraged when it comes to keeping your show alive and the vision you first had for it front and center. That’s why I invited a podcasting veteran to be on the show today. And he’s not just a veteran, he’s like the Grand-Daddy-Grand-Poobah of podcasting. I’m talking about Rob Greenlee - a guy who was doing podcasting before it was podcasting. Seriously, you need to hear his story to see how that was even possible. It’s all on this episode. I want you to stay encouraged, because you have great things to publish on your podcast. On this episode of Podcastification, Rob Greenlee digs into the archives of his past to share some of the most discouraging and difficult things he faced in those early years - and he follows it up with sage advice for those of us who are coming behind him on the podcasting journey. His advice about how to stay encouraged is practical, down to earth, and stuff you can implement right away, so be sure you take the time to hear what he’s got to say. Rob’s track record proves that he truly cares about you being the success we all know you can be! How Microsoft shut down podcasting WAY before Apple came along. One of the most interesting little bits of trivia Rob Greenlee shared on this episode is a little-known fact about podcasting from the history of a mega-company that is not even remotely associated with podcasting today - Microsoft. Listen in to hear how Microsoft had all the technology in place to make podcasting simple and possible for the average person and then made the decision to pull the plug on it entirely. Oops! You’ll get a kick out of it - and learn a lesson or two from Rob along the lines of - where your mindset is, your actions will follow! Outline of this conversation about staying encouraged [2:09] Rob’s experience with podcasting before it was podcasting. Yep. [5:36] How Rob’s passion for marketing led him to podcasting. [10:44] The obstacles and discouragement Rob faced and how he pushed through them. [13:41] How do you carve out the time to produce a quality podcast? [20:20] The things Rob has seen that most commonly sidetrack podcasters. [26:11] Rob’s role at Spreaker - and what Spreaker is. [28:34] Advice for fairly new podcasters to endure the slog. [31:43] How to determine if your podcast is bringing the ROI you want. [34:28] Why podcasting needs to be seen as a marathon, not a sprint. www.Spreaker.com www.blog.Spreaker.com www.SpreakerLiveShow.com www.NewMediaShow.com Blubrry Connect with me… Carey(AT)PodcastFastTrack.com On Facebook On Twitter
Rob Greenlee on Spreaker Live Audio; Mike Murphy on Alexa Flash Briefings
Livestream Universe Update (Audio)
Ross Brand with your Livestream Universe Update and Alexa Flash Briefing for Friday, April 6th, 2018. When we talk live-streaming, we mostly think of live video on social media platforms. What about streaming live audio shows? Unique among podcast platforms is Spreaker, where you can host and produce full radio-style broadcasts. Rob Greenlee of Spreaker was a guest on #LivestreamDeals and talked about how it works. Speaker also provides you with the tools to produce your show. You can get started on Spreaker with a free month. Use the promo code: SPREAKERDEAL. Short-form recorded audio updates like this one can be distributed  and listened to as Alexa Flash Briefings. On the Mike Murphy Unplugged podcast, Mike answers the question that might be on your mind right now…What is a Flash Briefing? Learn more about Alexa at MikeMurphy.co On the livestream viewing schedule: At 3pm ET today, Eddie Garrison presents the Beginners Guide to Live Video Equipment on his personal Facebook profile.  Saturday mornings are becoming must watch zones for live streaming: 9am ET - It’s Nimmin Live on YouTube with Nick and Dee helping you grow your YouTube channel — watch that at YouTube.com/NickNimmin 10:30am ET is Ask The Podcast Coach - Dave Jackson and Jim Collison take your questions at askthepodcastcoach.com/live. And at 12pm ET - Rob Greenlee and Todd Cochrane host the New Media Show. View and join the chat at NewMediaShow.com/live. Show & event links at our website. For LivestreamUniverse.com, I’m Ross Brand. Have a great weekend! Enable as Alexa Flash Briefing: LivestreamUniverse.com/Alexa. Subscribe on iTunes: LivestreamUniverse.com/iTunes Follow on Spreaker: LivestreamUniverse.com/iTunes LivestreamDeals.com
How To Create A Podcast To Sell More Products -  Rob Greenlee
The Bringing Business to Retail Show
One way to get ahead of your competitor, is to get straight into the minds of your customers. Being inside a customer’s head, with no interruptions and no distractions, that’s what all marketers dream of. When you can do this, you develop a relationship. And it is possible, with a podcast. How is podcasting working for a retailer? [17:41] How can we take podcasting to become an expert to build your brand? [20:53] How do you keep the momentum [27:14] A guest style show or an individual show - what is the best option for the retailers [31:42] How often you should release a show? [41:21] Rob's top three tips for somebody who wants to start a podcast. [45:35] For more click here
State of the Podcast Industry 2019: An Interview with Rob Greenlee… Ep 32
A Phil Svitek Podcast - A Series From Your 360 Creative Coach
Rob Greenlee, Vice President of Podcast Relations at Voxnest, joins me (Phil Svitek) on this special episode where the two of us discuss the state of the podcast industry in 2019. Rob highlights his journey into podcasting since the early beginnings and his work with Microsoft’s Zune. He recounts the growth that has happened and discusses what’s needed in order for the industry to continue to evolve. Plus, he and I discuss practical ways in which podcasters can get started or grow their pre-existing series. We’ll go over cool gadgets in the space such as the Rodecaster Pro mixer used by many podcasters. Lastly, Rob names his favorite podcast conventions that are most beneficial for getting immersed with other podcasters. He offers up a ton in a short amount of time so pay attention. As always, thank you for tuning in and if you have any questions, be sure to write them in the comment section. The more there are, the better Rob and I can answer then for when we do a follow-up interview, whenever that may be.  Full Transcript: https://philsvitek.com/state-of-the-podcast-industry-2019-an-interview-with-rob-greenlee/ Rob Greenlee’s Website: http://www.robgreenlee.com/ New Media Show with Rob and Todd Cochrane (BluBrry PowerPress CEO): https://newmediashow.com/ How to Start Podcasting: http://philsvitek.com/get-started-podcasting-with-both-audio-video/  Apple Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/a-phil-svitek-podcast/id1211417581?mt=2  AfterBuzz Contact Page: http://www.afterbuzztv.com/contact-faq/#toggle-id-18  Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLd-Q6qZNFcQ9MJLXMMpSCJcjPAq-5lepX  SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/phil-svitek  Facebook: http://facebook.com/philippsvitek Google Podcast: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy82ZGIwYWEwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0Ac7WjgaGaIAmc4nEZJFIY  Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/a-phil-svitek-podcast Anchor: https://anchor.fm/phil-svitek  Phil’s Instagram: http://instagram.com/philsvitek  Juliet’s Instagram: http://instagram.com/bonjourjuliet  Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/philsvitek 
My Talk with Rob Greenlee on Spreaker Live Show about My Fight with YouTube
Alex Exum's The Exum Experience Talk Show
My Talk with Rob Greenlee on Spreaker Live Show about My Fight with YouTubehttp://spreakerliveshow.comhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/spreaker-live-showTune in to the Official Spreaker podcast, hosted by Rob Greenlee, Head of Partnerships at https://VoxNest.com and Spreaker (@robgreenlee) and co-hosted by Spreaker podcaster Alex Exum (@alexexum) with podcasting how-to's, tool demos, trends, tips, and talks with leading podcast and radio leaders. Live Every Wednesday at 3pm PST/6pm EST.Music: Silent Assassin - Anno Domini - AnnoDominiNation.com
179: Spreaker Content Manager, Rob Greenlee - Podcast Consultation - iHeart Radio - Podcast Movement
Beats and Eats
The virtual lounge is open and you're welcome inside to talk podcasting with industry expert Rob Greenlee.  Greenlee, the content manager at Spreaker and Adore.Fm is a pioneer in the podcasting industry having helped usher in the new media while at Microsoft in the early 2000's. Ty and Nick talk to Rob about what the Spreaker platform has to offer podcasters, plus the exciting content available for listeners. If you're a fan of podcasting than this episode is a must.  The trio finish the show by discussing Rob's recent attendance at Podcast Movement in Chicago in early July.  The event was attended by more than 1,500 podcast enthusiasts who were updated on the industry's hottest trends by experts.  While you're listening, don't forget to check out our sponsors the www.80srewindcruise.com and www.blueapron.com. Also check us out on Twitter @coug88, @clns_nick, and @beatneats.
195: Power Talk Friday - Rob Greenlee: Should You Start an Interior Design Podcast?
A Well-Designed Business®
Have you been considering putting your toe into the podcast pool lately? If so, you will really learn a lot from today's Power Talk Friday, as LuAnn interviews Rob Greenlee, a pioneer in the Podcast Industry. LuAnn often talks about your 'only' on the show. Well, Rob's only is that he is the very first person to take a radio program and turn it into a podcast and that's pretty exciting!  If you're wondering why she's talking to a leader in the Podcast Industry, it's because Interior Design Podcasts are busy popping up all over. Although LuAnn and Nick have been covering the business side of the industry on their podcast, the consumer-facing side of podcasting has more and more Interior Designers joining their ranks. LuAnn has had a number of previous guests who'd had their own podcast by the time that she had interviewed them and this is apart from the dozen or so other shows that have launched in the last year or two, that LuAnn has not yet had a chance to engage with. These are all consumer facing and talking about the things that LuAnn doesn't talk about- the pretty stuff. Listen in as Rob indulges you a bit and LuAnn picks his brain about where this field is heading and also to help you to decipher some of the in's and out's of it.   Rob is the head of Podcast Content at Spreaker.com, a really huge name in podcasting. He is the former Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at Podcast Network, Podcast 1.com. He is also the former Content Manager of Podcast For Windows Phone, Zoon and Xbox and he currently co-hosts the new media show at Geek News Central Live, every morning at 9 am (Pacific time). Rob is also the former founder and lead host of Web Talk World Radio Show and Zoon Insider Podcast. The really cool thing is that Web Talk Radio was an eight year running national, syndicated terrestrial broadcast radio show and it's recognized as the very first broadcast radio program in the world, to begin podcasting! Listen in now to find out more!   Today, Rob talks to LuAnn about:   Why it's really not too late to start a podcast right now. What's coming in the future, technologically, with podcasts? How long it really takes to build a new media. What current research about podcasts is showing. The really powerful medium of podcasting. What makes a successful podcast host. Podcasting as a really viable form of advertising. That you have to offer value, before you receive value, with this medium. That authenticity and trust are fundamental qualities for success in this medium. That your particular slant on design can really come across on the podcast. Using video to supplement your podcast. The best approach to podcasting as a marketing arm of a business. What it takes to inspire the listener to have a visual experience through audio. Ways to use listener's questions to create a podcast. Why your Interior Design Podcast can really be unique. That consistent production of shows really builds an audience. Building a loyal base of listeners. Choosing the best hook for your show. Why you should really just jump in and do it! That it's really okay to learn and evolve as you grow, with podcasting. That it's really hard to predict where you will go with this particular 'box of opportunity'. Doing your research, if you intend doing a podcast. How you really can become an expert in your field through podcasting.
P2B #51: How to Grow Your Business Using Podcasts w/ Rob Greenlee
The Passion to Business Podcast with Diana Gladney
In this week’s episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing Rob Greenlee, who I dub the Grandfather of Podcasting, who shares his story of how he transitioned his radio skills to the podcasting realm, working with brands such as Podcast One and Microsofts Zune & Xbox Live! Rob Greenlee, Head of Content at Spreaker, is former EVP/CTO at PodcastOne.com and former Content and Business Manager, Podcasts/TV at Microsoft’s Xbox Live and Zune. He currently hosts the SpreakerLiveShow.com podcast Wednesdays at 3pm PST and co-hosts NewMediaShow.com/live Saturdays at 9am PST/Noon ES. He is also the former lead host of WebTalk World Radio Show; recognized as the first nationally syndicated radio program in the world to begin podcasting on Sept 15th, 2004. No matter what platform you’re currently using to share you message and your business, I hope you consider podcasting as an avenue to share your business and help transition your passion into the business that you love! The post P2B #51: How to Grow Your Business Using Podcasts w/ Rob Greenlee appeared first on Diana Gladney: Small Business Startup Coaching for 9 to 5 Women!.
JJRR Ep14  The history of podcasting and orange juice marketing with podcast pioneer Rob Greenlee
JimJim's Reinvention Revolution Podcast
So what were you listening to back in 2004?  Was it "Yeah" by Usher featuring Lil John and Ludacris? I loved that track. Was anybody listening to podcasts back then?  The podcast idea was just getting going with the WebTalk World Radio Show; the first nationally syndicated radio program in the world to start podcasting on Sept 15th,  2004.  Rob Greenlee is the former lead host and recent Podcasting Hall Of Fame inductee. Listen to Rob in episode 14 tell why he started podcasting, what he's up to now with Spreaker.com, why he doesn't drink orange juice anymore.    http://www.robgreenlee.com/ @robgreenlee rob@spreaker.com www.spreakerliveshow.com www.newmediashow.com 03:25s Rob’s Guiness’ World Record of biggest glass of orange juice. 06:30s Rob’s start in marketing and getting into website building 08:40s Building the first Florida Citrus website (1996) and freaking out the Florida State Government 12:10s Starting the Webtalk World Radio Show 17:00s Throwing stuff at the wall and seeing what worked with early digital marketing 20:12s Dave Winer, Adam Curry and the genesis of podcasting in Summer of 2004 24:30s Broadcast radio, digital streaming and public radio with 1.3Million listeners 28:03s How traditional radio and public radio look at podcasting 34:12s Podcasting as a creative endeavor and splintered audiences 38:00s Creating a full service podcasting platform at Spreaker 43:12s The coming wave of smart speakers and the value for podcasting 48:00s Rob’s take on security, privacy and data analytics for podcasting “I think you can benefit from learning from others in a huge way and podcasting is a perfect medium for that.” Enjoy this episode? Share it with friends! Click Subscribe in ITunes!
Episode 303 - Getting Started in Podcasting with Chemda, Juan Manuel Rocha, Paul Riismandel and Rob Greenlee - 2014 LA PodFest
The LA PodFest Podcast
Chemda (@chemda) of Keith and the Girl moderates a panel featuring Juan Manuel Rocha (@comicsoncomics) of Comics on Comics, Paul Riismandel (@mediageek) of Earwolf/Midroll and Rob Greenlee (@robgreenlee) of PodcastOne discussing all that goes into getting started in podcasting. Recorded live at the 2014 Los Angeles Podcast Festival (@lapodfest). Visit LAPodFest.com for tickets and information on this year's festival, taking place September 18-20, 2015.
In This On Demand Age - Is Live "Worth It" - An Interview With Rob Greenlee - The Podcast Report
The Podcast Report
Live is big - but is it worth it in an on-demand age?  Does anyone tune-in for appointment listening anymore? Podcast Hall Of Famer  Rob Greenlee joins Paul in this episode of The Podcast Report as the reminisce a bit and take on the topics of the ill-fated Zune, live strategies, what the heck is Google doing with Podcasting - and more ... Links: Sponsor - http://HowToPodcastTraining.com  Podcast Hall Of Famer - Rob Greenlee - http://RobGreenlee.com New Media Show - http://NewMediaShow.com Spreaker Live Show - https://www.spreaker.com/show/spreaker-live-show Rob's Email for the passthrough option - Rob@Spreaker.com Zune - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zune Zune And The Guardians Of The Galaxy - https://www.inverse.com/article/31222-guardians-galaxy-vol-2-zune-joke-awesome-mix-3 The New Media Content Creation Model Video At YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHR9wN0Q1is The Podcast Report At Spreaker - http://ThePodcastReport.com/Spreaker The Podcast Report At Google - http://ThePodcastReport.com/Google How To Podcast Book - http://amzn.to/2jVNsIE How To Podcast App - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/how-to-podcast-app/id1061008315?mt=8 The Podcast Report App - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/podcast-report-paul-colligan/id1065966814?mt=8
452: Find Your Passion, Grow a Podcast, and Monetize It Using the Spreaker Platform with Podcaster Rob Greenlee
Marketer of the Day with Robert Plank: Get Daily Insights from the Top Internet Marketers & Entrepreneurs Around the World
Rob Greenlee has been podcasting for over 13 years and is the head of Partnerships at Spreaker.com and BlogTalkRadio.com. He's a 2017 Inductee into the Academy of Podcasters Hall of Fame, Is former EVP/CTO at PodcastOne.com in Beverly Hills, CA and former Content and Business Manager, Podcasts/TV at Microsoft’s Xbox Live and Zune. He currently hosts the SpreakerLiveShow.com podcast, Weds at 3pm PST and co-hosts NewMediaShow.com/live Live Sat at 9am PST/Noon EST. We talk today about why you should use the Speaker platform for podcasting, its unique features (Skype recording, mobile app, live shows, easy migration and more), the essentials of podcasting (name, format, how it fits into your life, where you'll podcast physically, format and topic ideas), how to grow your podcast traffic (social media, tell-a-friend, organic search optimization, podcast guesting, TV, and guest blog posts) as well as how to monetize your podcast (affiliate links and monetization tools). Resources Spreaker Blog Talk Radio Speaker Live Show
#135: Rob Greenlee - Rob Greenlee is the VP/Head of Partnerships at VoxNest.com and Spreaker.com. A 2017 Inductee into the Academy of Podcasters Hall of Fame, Rob currently hosts the SpreakerLiveShow.com podcast.
Online Success Journey
Rob Greenlee is the VP/Head of Partnerships at VoxNest.com and Spreaker.com. A 2017 Inductee into the Academy of Podcasters Hall of Fame, Rob currently hosts the SpreakerLiveShow.com podcast. He is also former lead host of WebTalk World Radio Show; recognized as the first nationally syndicated radio program in the world to begin podcasting on Sept 15th, 2004. Rob lives in Seattle.
Rob Greenlee from spreaker.com and the new media show joins siliconbeachradio.com via the ringr app
Silicon Beach Radio - Strange Destinations with Dan O’Grady
Rob is a regular speaker at podcast movement which is for anyone who is currently involved with or looking to get into, podcasting and the podcast industry. The event is held with the help of over 120 speakers from the best podcasts and the most successful podcast networks and companies, taking part in over 80 different sessions. The EATT GOURMET series of podcasts https://eattmag.com/category/eatt-gourmet/  is just one series from our sponsor EATT Magazine The event is held this year in August 2017, with over 2,000 active and aspiring podcasters, as well as industry representatives and professionals, whom will converge on the Anaheim Marriott in beautiful Anaheim, CA for two and a half packed days and nights at the fourth annual Podcast Movement. http://podcastmovement.com/ Podcast movement news THE TRUTH IS MORE EXCITING THAN FICTION: AARON MAHNKE OF LORE WILL KEYNOTE PODCAST MOVEMENT The Easter Bunny has been good to the Podcast Movement community, as we have two late arriving easter eggs that we’re excited to crack open together with you this week. http://podcastmovement.com/truth-exciting-fiction-aaron-mahnke-lore-will-keynote-podcast-movement/ Podcast movement partners The companies listed in the link below are just some of the ones who help make Podcast Movement possible. Please check them out. http://podcastmovement.com/partners/ He is also a spreaker at the NAB show on April 22 - 27, 2017 | Exhibits April 24 - 27 Las Vegas Convention Center. The National Association of Broadcasters is the voice for the nation's radio and television broadcasters. NAB delivers value to our members through advocacy, education and innovation. NAB is helping broadcasters seize opportunities in the digital age. The NAB Education Foundation supports diversity, leadership and professional development. Rob will be speaking on the following panels at NAB DSX4r: Interactive Roundtables | Mon. April 24 - 2:05 PM - 2:50 PM Podcast Spotlight: Today in Podcasting - A Radio Station's Guide to Metrics, Reach, Distribution, and Monetization | Wed. April 26 - 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM The Podcast Influencer: The Advertiser's New Opportunity | Wed. April 26 - 3:00 PM - 3:45 PM Full details can be found at http://nab17.mapyourshow.com/7_0/sessions/speaker-details.cfm?speakerid=11328 More details can be found at http://www.nab.org/ He currently co-hosts a The New Media Show with Todd Cochrane who founded the Tech Podcast Network in 2004. Rob is currently the Head of Content at Spreaker, and his journey continues supporting podcasters and podcasting throughout the space. Details of Rob's work can be found at http://www.robgreenlee.com/ with the spreaker show on http://blog.spreaker.com/ category/spreaker-live-show/ https://itunes.apple.com/ podcast/id1003553029?mt=2&ls=1 http://www.stitcher.com/ podcast/rob-greenlee-3/ spreaker-live-show Silicon Beach Radio is the winner of the popular vote for industry focus at the Australian podcast awards. The Australian podcast awards event in April 2017 was attended by over 200 guests from the Australian podcast industry, Cast Away honoured the finalists and winners across 11 different categories, including a voter’s choice as well as ten categories presided over by an esteemed judging panel. Acclaimed marketing speaker and successful podcaster Tim Reid emceed the event, while trophies and prizes were presented by members of the judging panel from organisations such as the ABC, the Sydney Opera House, Whooshkaa podcast platform and 2SER Radio. More details can be found at http://castawayawards.com.au/ winners.html Silicon Beach Radio is now on Tunein radio tunein.com/radio/Silicon-Beach-Radio-p945745/ Silicon Beach Radio Sponsors and supporters www.antstand.com/partner-eatt-magazine/ www.spreaker.com/show/eatt-magazi…s-podcast-stream www.tcf.net.au/ melbournesiliconbeach.org/ siliconbeachradio.com/
Rob Greenlee from spreaker.com and the new media show joins siliconbeachradio.com via the ringr app
Silicon Beach Radio - Strange Destinations with Dan O’Grady
Rob is a regular speaker at podcast movement which is for anyone who is currently involved with or looking to get into, podcasting and the podcast industry. The event is held with the help of over 120 speakers from the best podcasts and the most successful podcast networks and companies, taking part in over 80 different sessions. The EATT GOURMET series of podcasts https://eattmag.com/category/eatt-gourmet/  is just one series from our sponsor EATT Magazine The event is held this year in August 2017, with over 2,000 active and aspiring podcasters, as well as industry representatives and professionals, whom will converge on the Anaheim Marriott in beautiful Anaheim, CA for two and a half packed days and nights at the fourth annual Podcast Movement. http://podcastmovement.com/ Podcast movement news THE TRUTH IS MORE EXCITING THAN FICTION: AARON MAHNKE OF LORE WILL KEYNOTE PODCAST MOVEMENT The Easter Bunny has been good to the Podcast Movement community, as we have two late arriving easter eggs that we’re excited to crack open together with you this week. http://podcastmovement.com/truth-exciting-fiction-aaron-mahnke-lore-will-keynote-podcast-movement/ Podcast movement partners The companies listed in the link below are just some of the ones who help make Podcast Movement possible. Please check them out. http://podcastmovement.com/partners/ He is also a spreaker at the NAB show on April 22 - 27, 2017 | Exhibits April 24 - 27 Las Vegas Convention Center. The National Association of Broadcasters is the voice for the nation's radio and television broadcasters. NAB delivers value to our members through advocacy, education and innovation. NAB is helping broadcasters seize opportunities in the digital age. The NAB Education Foundation supports diversity, leadership and professional development. Rob will be speaking on the following panels at NAB DSX4r: Interactive Roundtables | Mon. April 24 - 2:05 PM - 2:50 PM Podcast Spotlight: Today in Podcasting - A Radio Station's Guide to Metrics, Reach, Distribution, and Monetization | Wed. April 26 - 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM The Podcast Influencer: The Advertiser's New Opportunity | Wed. April 26 - 3:00 PM - 3:45 PM Full details can be found at http://nab17.mapyourshow.com/7_0/sessions/speaker-details.cfm?speakerid=11328 More details can be found at http://www.nab.org/ He currently co-hosts a The New Media Show with Todd Cochrane who founded the Tech Podcast Network in 2004. Rob is currently the Head of Content at Spreaker, and his journey continues supporting podcasters and podcasting throughout the space. Details of Rob's work can be found at http://www.robgreenlee.com/ with the spreaker show on http://blog.spreaker.com/ category/spreaker-live-show/ https://itunes.apple.com/ podcast/id1003553029?mt=2&ls=1 http://www.stitcher.com/ podcast/rob-greenlee-3/ spreaker-live-show Silicon Beach Radio is the winner of the popular vote for industry focus at the Australian podcast awards. The Australian podcast awards event in April 2017 was attended by over 200 guests from the Australian podcast industry, Cast Away honoured the finalists and winners across 11 different categories, including a voter’s choice as well as ten categories presided over by an esteemed judging panel. Acclaimed marketing speaker and successful podcaster Tim Reid emceed the event, while trophies and prizes were presented by members of the judging panel from organisations such as the ABC, the Sydney Opera House, Whooshkaa podcast platform and 2SER Radio. More details can be found at http://castawayawards.com.au/ winners.html Silicon Beach Radio is now on Tunein radio tunein.com/radio/Silicon-Beach-Radio-p945745/ Silicon Beach Radio Sponsors and supporters www.antstand.com/partner-eatt-magazine/ www.spreaker.com/show/eatt-magazi…s-podcast-stream www.tcf.net.au/ melbournesiliconbeach.org/ siliconbeachradio.com/
Rob Greenlee: Podcasting for Everyone? – Why It’s Easier than Ever to Start Making a Podcast (AoL 122)
The Angles of Lattitude Podcast: Learn from the Successes of the Creatively Self Employed
A lot of creatives want to have a podcast. In the past, it took a lot of work to get one off the ground - especially when you're talking about post production. However, we're in 2018 and a lot has changed since the mid 2000's. Including the introduction and evolution of handheld digital devices - particularly phones and tablets. In today's chat with Spreaker's Rob Greenlee, we reflect on what he had to do early in his career as a podcaster and how that has changed to today. This is a conversation you don't want to miss if you are on the fence about starting your own podcast or already have one and want to know where the industry is going. Enjoy! SPECIFICALLY, YOU’LL FIND OUT MORE ABOUT: How did Rob first get started in podcasting before the word "podcasting" even existed? 10:05 Did he always see himself as "made for radio"? 14:16 How has podcasting becoming more accessible been key to it's development? 16:40 What's some of things podcasters should be aware of in the future of the industry? 22:08 Should people be focused on using podcasting as a marketing tool or an actual way to make an income? 26:44 What's the ideal podcast length when getting started? 32:34 Is mobile podcasting or live broadcasting something that new folks should try? 36:25 Is there any specific equipment that someone would need if they chose to do Live Recording or Broadcasting? 39:16 What's Rob looking forward to in the future? 44:35 Who are 3 influencers who've helped him to where he's at today? 47:12 What's something he's currently learning about? 49:24 What's the smallest decision he's made that's had the largest impact on his life? 51:30 What's the meaning of living a life of abundance? 51:58 Right click here and save-as to download this episode to your computer.   ITEMS and PEOPLE MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Rob Online: Spreaker Live Show, New Media Show, Webtalk Radio, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram April Yvette Michael O’Neal Interview Spreaker Studio Apps Ken Rutkowski Dave Winer Adam Curry SHOW NOTE EXTRAS: Creating Live Broadcasts at School Booming Business of Podcasting In an Age of On Demand - Is Live Worth It? Ask the Podcast Coach Dave Jackson w/ Rob Thanks for Listening! Thanks so much for joining us again this week. Have some feedback you’d like to share? Leave a note in the comment section below! If you enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the top of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for The AoL Podcast on iTunes! Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show, and we read each and every one of them. If you have any questions feel free to email them over via the email mentioned in the show or by our contact form. And finally, don’t forget to subscribe to the show on Castbox, iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud, and/or Google Play Music. It's absolutely free to do so. A huge thank-you to you guys for joining us! Cheers!
Robert Greenlee – Podcast Pioneer
Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
Robert Greenlee is the head of content for Spreaker, a platform that gives podcasters the tools to create, host, and distribute their content. More importantly, Robert Greenlee is the former host of the Webtalk World Radio Show, recognized as the first syndicated radio show in the world to begin podcasting all the way back in 2004. Since the birth of podcasting, Robert has made himself a part of the business at Microsoft, PodcastOne.com, and Spreaker. Robert can teach your listeners about advertising trends and podcast monetization, as well as provide an insider's view into the state of the industry and where it is likely to go from here. Not to mention Robert was inducted into the Podcaster Hall of Fame this year! Robert Greenlee Vroom Veer Stories Paid for studio time in 1999 to produce an "internet radio" show Show was like Howard Stern for nerds, live show with 4 friends & guests Was one of 13 content providers on sync and go, made 5K/month! WOW! Worked at Microsoft from 2007 to 2014 on the Zune podcast platform Podcasts have a discovery problem, most android users do NOT discover podcasts Podcast industry leaders hope Google creates a podcast app installed on all phones Production costs for podcasting are still low enough to allow for hobby shows Spreaker is working on a platform to allow podcasters to do a live 3-hour show Robert Greenlee Links twitter.com/robgreenlee blog.spreaker.com SpreakerLiveShow.com Spreaker.com robgreenlee.com rob (at) Spreaker.com
State of Podcasting with Robert Greenlee
Moments with Marianne
State of Podcasting with Robert Greenlee Robert Greenlee is the head of Partnerships for Spreaker, a platform that gives podcasters the tools to create, host, and distribute their content.  More importantly, Robert Greenlee is the former host of the Webtalk World Radio Show, recognized as the first syndicated radio show in the world to begin podcasting all the way back in 2004.  Since the birth of podcasting, Robert has made himself a part of the business at Microsoft, PodcastOne.com, and Spreaker. http://www.robgreenlee.com
Las Vegas New Media Expo: ZUNE.com
Live At The Event
Rob Greenlee: Microsoft Zune Podcast & Video Programming Lead
My Digital Life Show #6: The YouTubeization of Video Podcasting
My Digital Life with Rob Greenlee
Here is episode #6 of the “My Digital Life Show” for Tuesday, June 25th, 2013. This episode topic is about “The YouTubeization of Video Podcasting” and the birth of an animal pet video podcasting star “Lil Bub” the cat that has achieved 212,000 YouTube views within only 4 days release of the Premiere episode of “Lil Bub’s Big Show”.  I am seeing many new video podcasts coming from Revision 3 that are redistributing successful YouTube shows as podcasts. I also visit my backyard greenhouse to get an Aquaponics farming update.  My custom built system is up and operational now with flowing water and leafy plants already growing.  Hear my visit to the greenhouse to get the dramatic water flow play by play. Links: My Backyard Aquaponics System Tour – Watch Video Lil Bub – https://revision3.com/lilbub Always On – http://cnettv.cnet.com/always-on/ Episode length: 20 min MP3  Recorded: 6-25-2013 Please feel free to give me feedback on this show to: rob at robgreenlee dotcom or twitter @robgreenlee .  Leave some of your thoughts here in the comments and I will respond to them in next week episode.
Building An Audience Like An Expert – Podcast Talk with Robert Greenlee
The Rising Entrepreneur
1. Veteran podcast secrets from years of experience 2. Why “knowing your genre” will help you connect with your audience. 3. Live and pre-recorded content come head to head – which is better? Find Robert on Facebook or touch out to him at Rob@RobGreenlee.com and check out his site at Robgreenlee.com Enjoy!
My Digital Life Show #4: Growing Globalization of Podcasts
My Digital Life with Rob Greenlee
Here is episode #4 of the new “My Digital Life with Rob Greenlee” for Tuesday, June 11th, 2013. This episode is focused on the growing globalization of podcasts and what that means for podcasting’s future.   As you can see, I stay focused on my passion and that is the medium of “Podcasting” for another week. Interview guest is Karin Hoegh, Podcast Consultant at Podconsult.dk from Copenhagen, Denmark. The below ranking chart gives a glimpse into the future of podcasts and maybe all on-demand media consumption over the next 5-10 years. Here is a Top 10 Ranked List of the Most Spoken Languages around the World: Mandarin – 1 Billion + (Chinese) English – 508 Million +  (New Zealand, U.S., Australia, England, Zimbabwe, Caribbean, Hong Kong, South Africa, Canada and more) Hindustani – 500 Million + (India) Spanish – 400 Million + (Spain, Mexico, Cuba and most South and Central American countries) Russian – 300 Million (Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, US to name a few) Arabic – 250 Million + (Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, and Egypt) Bengali – 215 Million – (Bangladesh mostly, but many other countries have these speakers) Portuguese – 200 Million – (Brazil, Macau, Angola, Venezuela, and Mozambique) Malay-Indonesian – 175 Million – (Malaysia and Indonesia)1 French – 135 Million – (France, Belgium, Canada, Rwanda, Cameroon, and Haiti) Here is a download referrer ranked list by country breakout of the top countries consuming podcasts over the past few months.  This data is from the largest podcast hosting provider in the world – Libsyn. United States United Kingdom Canada China Australia Japan Korea, Republic of Germany Spain Mexico France Sweden Russian Federation Singapore Brazil Saudi Arabia Italy Netherlands Thailand India China has broken into the top 5. The other languages represented in the above Top 20 country download referrer list, that are not included in the Top 10 Most Spoken Languages are Japanese, Korean, German, Swedish, Italian, Thai, and Dutch.  The current largest languages not represented in the Top 20 country list are Malay-Indonesian and Bengali. Links: http://www.vloggerfair.com http://thebuglepodcast.com Please feel free to give me feedback on this show to: rob at robgreenlee dotcom or twitter @robgreenlee .  Leave some of your thoughts here in the comments and I will respond to them in next week episode.
Robert Greenlee Cofounder Podcastone, Content Master at Spreaker, internet podcasting guru
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"It's a marathon, not a sprint" Robert Greenlee Cofounder Podcastone, Content Master at Spreaker is interviewed by David Cogan Founder of Eliances and Host of the Eliances Heroes show broadcast on am and fm network channels and syndicated online and on internet radio. www.spreaker.com www.eliances.com 
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