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In recent years we’ve seen how people are getting their podcast change. New apps, new formats etc. But does an RSS feed make a podcast, a real podcast? We discuss in various topics today how podcasting has evolved, changes to podcast RSS feeds, most importantly with Podcasting 2.0 initiatives and more on today’s episode of Podcast Insider with Mike and MacKenzie.
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- Spotify laying off 600 more people
- Vox Media laying off 7% of its workforce
- Is the number of new podcasts REALLY down 80% over 2020?
- Podcast downloads UP in 2022
- Full schedule for Podcast Movement Evolutions is out now
- .FM domains are dominated by podcasting, not radio.
Video Podcasting: Do’s and dont’s and why you might be making it too hard on yourself. Again, does an RSS feed make a podcast?
- Podcasting 2.0 features released! RSS feed features available in Publisher and PowerPress.
- Be sure to check out our YouTube channel. We will be posting a lot of how-to videos soon.
- Todd is speaking at Podfest Expo in Orlando today and Friday.
Blubrry Pro Tip
When is a podcast not a podcast?
Question of the Week
Question: I have another person managing my podcast, but I don’t want them to have my login info. Can I have additional users on my Blubrry account?
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