2017/01/19

How to publish your podcast on a variety of platforms

The Media Briefing :: Back in October 2014 we published an article entitled 'How to publish your podcast on a variety of platforms'. Over the past few months, we've noticed it's begun creeping back up our most-read list as publishers begin to seriously look to podcasts for revenue and engagement.

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UK: Media select committee plans fake news inquiry that could see Google, Facebook and Twitter bosses grilled by ministers

Press Gazette :: Digital bosses from Facebook, Google and Twitter could be called in for questioning by MPs if the media select committee goes ahead with a fake news inquiry said to be planned for the coming months.

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47% of Republicans disapprove the president-elect Donald Trump’s Twitter use, poll finds

Wall Street Journal :: Negative reviews of the president-elect’s favorite social media tool aren't just partisan; 47% of Republicans said his use of Twitter is a bad thing

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German publishers seek more dialogue with Facebook on its fake-news crackdown

Digiday :: Facebook has chosen Germany as the next country outside of the U.S. to test tools that filter out fake news, but details of how exactly this will work have been thin, leaving publishers keen for more face time with the social media giant.

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From live video to VR: Publishers are gearing up to produce hours of live video for Inauguration Day

Digiday :: Publishers are gearing up to produce hours of live video for Inauguration Day. This includes all-day live coverage from CBSN and The Washington Post, as well as a four-hour live virtual reality stream from the USA Today Network.

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From live video to VR: How publishers are tackling the inauguration

Digiday :: Publishers are gearing up to produce hours of live video for Inauguration Day. This includes all-day live coverage from CBSN and The Washington Post, as well as a four-hour live virtual reality stream from the USA Today Network.

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Publishers are abandoning quick-hit content or de-emphasizing it, as display ad prices continue to decline

Digiday :: Once upon a time, volume was the name of the game in digital publishing. But today, with many major publishers cranking out hundreds of stories daily, a growing number are going the other way.

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