We’re Back! For a limited series on Burnout. Please join us as we discuss with each other and some podcast luminaries about how podcasting can be a drag sometimes, and make us want to quit(!), but we love it so much that we just can’t leave. It
Aaron Wong from Nobody Asked for This, Holler Presents, and the band Downtown, joins Brendan and Mark to discuss being new to podcasts, initial discovery, the new Google Podcasts app, and the question of whether we need a “Netflix of podcasts”.
A new favorite podcast is added to the list, #MeToo extends into podcasts, the Google Podcasts app is actually out now, beware of Anchor (possibly), and how much is too much when it comes to re-listening to podcasts?
Podchaser creator Bradley Davis joins Mark and Brendan to discuss how much data is provided to podcast makers, apps, and the industry. Bradley and Brendan suggest new shows Mark has never heard, Bradley gives his 60 second explanation for why p
Mark and Brendan discuss Google's plans to bring podcast joy to Android users, and delve into friend-of-the-show Ma'ayan Plaut's comprehensive article on podcast feedback.
🧔🏻 Mark is also looking for a new favourite show, so tweet #bitrate w
Brendan uncovered some interesting stats from Acast and has things to say about podcast app user interfaces. Mark gets excited about news podcasts for millennials, and they both try and answer the question "when will audio dramas get their day?
Ma'ayan Plaut, the Podcast Librarian & Content Strategist at RadioPublic, joins Brendan and Mark to talk about the world of podcasts and specifically the word "podcast". Should that be the word to describe audio delivered over the Internet? Wha