Jan 12, 2021
Starting off the year with more conversations about privacy,
acquisitions of Wondery and Breaker, Clubhouse, lots of feedback
from YOU, mean and median download stats and so much more,
including a bonus discussion with Rob Greenlee about the Podcast
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Quick Episode Summary
- :13 Intro
- 3:30 PROMO 1: Blame Your Brother
- 3:58 Rob & Elsie conversation
- It’s a new year and time to change your copyright!
- All kinds of new media has gone into the public domain
- Elsie and her new M1 MacBook Air
- Tim Cook, privacy and Megaphone
- Amazon aqcuired Wondery and Breaker acquired by Twitter
- Elsie weighs in about Clubhouse
- Follow up on mic boom arms
- 34:55 A conversation with Rob Greenlee about
the Podcast Academy and The Podcast Index
- Audio feedback from Christine about podcast seasons
- Find us wherever you listen to audio is the new thing
- 58:58 PROMO 2: FitFizz Podcast
- Where have YOU been?
- Golden Crane Podcast Awards shout-out!
- When we discuss Shure and California proposition 65
- Worst email of the week!
- Why did you leave us?
- 1:16:40 PROMO 3: Diplomatic Immunity
- 1:17:10 Stats! Mean and median
- Where have we been and where are we going?
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