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To Attract New Listeners, Podcasts Need to Move Beyond Sound | WIRED

Mon, 01/11/2016 - 15:51 -- rprice

The Next Step: Social Audio Serial and Pandora and WNYC are testing the waters of increased access and multimedia in podcasts, but other big players will dive in soon. Google Play plans to release its own podcast app sometime this spring, which will erase a roadblock for the world’s billion-plus Android users.

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To Attract New Listeners, Podcasts Need to Move Beyond Sound | WIRED

Mon, 01/11/2016 - 15:51 -- rprice

The Next Step: Social Audio Serial and Pandora and WNYC are testing the waters of increased access and multimedia in podcasts, but other big players will dive in soon. Google Play plans to release its own podcast app sometime this spring, which will erase a roadblock for the world’s billion-plus Android users.

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To Attract New Listeners, Podcasts Need to Move Beyond Sound | WIRED

Mon, 01/11/2016 - 15:51 -- rprice

The Next Step: Social Audio Serial and Pandora and WNYC are testing the waters of increased access and multimedia in podcasts, but other big players will dive in soon. Google Play plans to release its own podcast app sometime this spring, which will erase a roadblock for the world’s billion-plus Android users.

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What Happens When You Make A Podcast About Podcasts About A Podcast? : Monkey See : NPR

Thu, 03/26/2015 - 09:23 -- rprice

Serial, from the This American Life family, is a hit — to the point where it's now got spinoff podcasts at both Slate and The A.V. Club, the latter of which calls its Serial recap podcast the Serial Serial. The air is getting pretty thin up here, no? Against this background, NPR's Gene Demby and I sat down to talk about the phenomenon of meta-podcasts, and more generally about the spectator sport of Serial-watching (well, listening).

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Collaboration Grows Orlando’s Tech Community - 90.7 WMFE

Wed, 02/04/2015 - 08:02 -- rprice

In Orlando’s tech community, entrepreneurs are shunning the idea of intellectual property and embracing collaboration. Meetups and shared spaces are the buzz-words. To talk more about Orlando’s growing tech community 90.7’s Matthew Peddie speaks with Greg Pollack, Founder of Orlando based Code School and tech incubator Starter Studio, Isaac Moredock, Co-Founder and CEO of the Orlando-based automated consumer intelligence software maker Tandem, and Josh Murdock, adjunct Professor and Instructional Designer at Valencia College.

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Orlando's Coming-of-Age Tale: How the City's Technology Industry is Garnering National Attention - WMFE 90.7

Sat, 02/01/2014 - 09:29 -- rprice

Orlando is known for its tourism and service industries, but there's another side to "The City Beautiful" that's picking up national attention: the tech industry. CNBC called Orlando a "turnaround town" for its efforts to bounce back after the recession. Now, the city is embarking on a rebranding campaign to bring attention to its business and technology potential. This week, the Orange County Commission is scheduled to vote on funding for that campaign.

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Orlando's Coming-of-Age Tale: How the City's Technology Industry is Garnering National Attention - WMFE 90.7

Sat, 02/01/2014 - 09:29 -- rprice

Orlando is known for its tourism and service industries, but there's another side to "The City Beautiful" that's picking up national attention: the tech industry. CNBC called Orlando a "turnaround town" for its efforts to bounce back after the recession. Now, the city is embarking on a rebranding campaign to bring attention to its business and technology potential. This week, the Orange County Commission is scheduled to vote on funding for that campaign.

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Why Audio Never Goes Viral

Wed, 01/22/2014 - 14:08 -- rprice

“Audio never goes viral,” writes radio and podcast producer Nate DiMeo. “If you posted the most incredible story — literally, the most incredible story that has ever been told since people have had the ability to tell stories, it will never, ever get as many hits as a video of a cat with a moustache.” It’s hardly a fair fight, audio vs. cat video, but it’s the one that’s fought on Facebook every day. DiMeo’s glum conclusion is an exaggeration of what Giaever reads as the moral of her own story: “People will watch a bad video more than [they will listen to] good audio,” she says.

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Why Audio Never Goes Viral

Wed, 01/22/2014 - 14:08 -- rprice

“Audio never goes viral,” writes radio and podcast producer Nate DiMeo. “If you posted the most incredible story — literally, the most incredible story that has ever been told since people have had the ability to tell stories, it will never, ever get as many hits as a video of a cat with a moustache.” It’s hardly a fair fight, audio vs. cat video, but it’s the one that’s fought on Facebook every day. DiMeo’s glum conclusion is an exaggeration of what Giaever reads as the moral of her own story: “People will watch a bad video more than [they will listen to] good audio,” she says.

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Co-working fuels office space on demand | Marketplace.org

Sat, 11/09/2013 - 09:27 -- rprice

more than 40 million Americans work outside an office. "We believe our country, our society, our economy is on the cusp of a once in a century shift in how, where, and why we work," co-working is more than just a post-recession fad among freelancers. A growing number of corporations are experimenting with workplace mobility. The global consulting firm Accenture lets employees use an app called LiquidSpace to book co-working sites.

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