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I couldn’t cope with breakfast radio and the pressures at home: Meshel Laurie

Thursday 09 May, 2019
Meshel Laurie has always suffered from anxiety, but the past year has been the worst for her.

“It was tipping my anxiety into the red zone… I started drinking to self medicate,” she told Rob McKnight in his podcast McKnight Tonight.

After her father nearly died she built a granny flat in her back yard and found herself looking after her parents.

The demands of media jobs on radio and on The Project, combined with the pressure of worry about her parents tipped her over the edge.

Episode descriptions and headlines are crucial in attracting podcast audiences

Tuesday 07 May, 2019

Andrew Davies is Digital and Engagement Editor for ABC Audio Studios, the ABC's specialist podcast production house.

Leading podcast experts headlining the Audiocraft Festival next month

Wednesday 10 April, 2019

Now in its fourth year, Audiocraft Podcast Festival will be held in Sydney from May 31 - June 2.

Programmed as part of Vivid Ideas, 400+ podcasters will converge on Sydney for three days of provocative talks, live events and invaluable networking opportunities.

At Audiocraft 2019, you’ll learn from the best and brightest in the audio game.

The lineup includes:  

2019 National Podcast Listener Survey #NABShow

Wednesday 10 April, 2019
Futuri Media, University of Florida and NAB have released the results of their 2019 National Podcast Listener Survey.

Good humour is good business: Zara and Troy talk about their journey through comedy and radio

Thursday 04 April, 2019
Former 92.9 Perth breakfast hosts Zara and Troy Swindells-Grose are featured in the latest Intensely Inquisitive podcast, where they tell Orion Kelly how the humour they used as actors and on radio can be useful in the corporate world.
Zara & Troy also spoke of a possible return to radio one day, saying they “absolutely miss it.”

Sleep podcast counts Ikea product names... not sheep

Thursday 04 April, 2019
IKEA Australia has launched its first Australian Podcast, which aims to help Australians ‘fall asleep more easily’ in the conpany's trademark, tongue-in-cheek way.
Pro Podcast Production has produced the podcast, called, appropriately enough, the Ikea Sleep Podcast.

Pro Podcast Productions' Darcy Milne produced and edited the podcast, bringing the soothing sounds of the IKEA catalogue, read out loud by Swedish speaking narrators, set to a calming soundscape.

ACRA winner Rosie Waterland tells her Australian Story

Monday 25 March, 2019
"I am so done mining my truma for my creative work.. I just want to write fiction now... I want to laugh every day, no more truma."

Podcast One host of Mum Says My Memoir is A Lie, Rosie Waterland was featured tonight on Australian Story.

See our earlier report on her podcast.

Apple Watch upgrade increases podcast listening

Friday 08 February, 2019

Steve Ahern examines emerging Apple Watch listening trends

Chris Dawson arrested as Teachers Pet podcast brings cold case back into the spotlight

Thursday 06 December, 2018

Chris Dawson has been arrested for the murder of his wife Lyn Dawson 37 years ago.

The cold case has been brought back into the spotlight by the podcast series The Teachers Pet, which recently won a Walkley Award for Hedley Thomas and producer Slade Gibson.

ABC podcast Trace leads to reopening of a 38 year old cold case

Sunday 02 December, 2018

In an Australian first, a decades old cold case investigation will be re-opened following revelations uncovered in the ABC’s first true-crime podcast Trace.


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