Podcasting and the Great Resignation – PCI 276
2021 was known for mass quitting and hiring, within many fields and industries and podcasting is no different. We discuss some host changes within popular podcasts, hosts quitting, and available jobs within the podcasting industry in what is known as the Great Resignation. Todd is out this week and will be back shortly; big thanks to Toby for starting us off this year with a pro tip focused on first impressions.
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- Audie Cornish is leaving her position at NPR, co-host of All Things Considered, the latest in a long list of audio hosts that have quit in the past year or so and the Great Resignation.
- Leila Fadel joins All Things Considered and Up First podcast
- Podcaster ordered to hand over interviews that have not aired. Instead, they published them!
- Quite a few jobs listed on Podjobs.net currently
- The Podcast Host’s Podcaster Problems survey 2021
- Public Domain Day
Guest spotlight page on your podcast website
- Working on final touches for some projects we’re planning to release shortly
- Todd is attending CES in Vegas and seeing some fun, new products
- Blog post: New Year’s Resolutions for Podcasters – by Meryl Klemow
Podcast album art – first impressions
Shay Drinkwater from the buzzr pod
Question(s) of the Week
Question: Should I be posting my new podcasts as “Posts or Pages” in WordPress?
Answer: Posts. Pages are for more static content like About pages, welcome pages, pages you use for reference and that kind of thing. Not so much for ongoing dynamic content like podcasts or blog posts. Plus, Pages are never included in the RSS feed. You could (but it’s more complicated) use a Custom post type, but that is too much to go into on a podcast