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"A dingo's got my baby!" You think you know the story. You don't.

Tuesday 15 October, 2019

All of the facts and lies behind the death of Azaria Chamberlain and the gaoling of Lindy Chamberlain will be exposed in a new Seven Studios documentary podcast, A Perfect Storm
 
The case that grabbed global attention for the unusual circumstances surrounding the disappearance of a nine-week-old baby transpired into a ‘trial by media’ that saw Lindy vilified then imprisoned, and a nation divided. 
 

Whooshkaa opens access to Stitcher’s stable of stars

Tuesday 08 October, 2019

According to Edison Research a quarter of all Australians aged 12-54 listen to podcasts monthly, prompting  Whooshkaa to partner with Midroll Media the advertising arm of US podcast giant Stitcher, in a deal that will make Stitcher’s top-tier podcast inventory available to advertisers in Australia.
 

The Last Voyage of the Pong Su

Thursday 03 October, 2019

Associate Professor, Journalism, University of Wollongong, Siobhán McHugh, has collaborated with The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald to produce a new 10-part podcast investigative podcast, The Last Voyage of the Pong Su.
 

Australia’s top satirists working on daily news-based comedy podcast pilots

Tuesday 10 September, 2019

Australia’s top satirists are teaming up to produce and release a pilot week of daily news-based comedy podcasts next week, with the hope of launching the format daily in 2020.

A Change is coming, is it already here?

Sunday 25 August, 2019

There is real hype about Audio and Content at the moment, be it Podcasts, Streaming or Smart Speakers. There is an onslaught of platforms taking a bite and further disrupting Radio’s share of ear.

Despite that, is this radio’s next golden age, asks Blair Sullivan from Create Consult Research.

 

 

“The foundations of radio haven’t changed; the tech has changed”

Audible's new Podcast into an unconventional death in the NT

Tuesday 20 August, 2019

Could a fight between best mates over an Esky lead to murder?
 
Welcome to Blood Territory, Audible.com.au’s free true crime Podcast, by Walkley Award winning Australian journalist and author, Mark Whittaker.

The 10-episode podcast delves into the murder of 22-year-old Jimmy O’Connell, whose mummified body was found, mutilated and missing clothes, on a sweltering Northern Territory property in 2006.

Radio advertising is beginning to influence Podcast choice

Thursday 18 July, 2019

A study by Westwood One and Audience Insights in conjunction with MARU/Matchbox featuring American monthly podcast listeners shows the influence radio is having on Podcast choice in the US

University of Wollongong's free online podcast course

Thursday 04 July, 2019

The University of Wollongong is offering a free online course on podcasting for a limited time.

Participants will learn learn how to plan, write and publish your own podcast, and why the audio medium is so powerful for storytelling.

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Whooshkaa upgrades Forever Free and adds a Pro Plan

Tuesday 02 July, 2019
Whooshkaa have released an upgrade to their Forever Free plan and have also launched a new paid Pro Plan.
 

New leads force The Lady Vanishes into hiatus

Monday 17 June, 2019

7NEWS’ smash hit investigative journalism podcast, The Lady Vanishes, has been put on hiatus due to an outpouring of new case leads and renewed pressure on government officials.
               
So far, The Lady Vanishes has generated over 2.5 million global listens, millions of page visits to its dedicated 7NEWS website, and amassed a growing Facebook community of 5,000+ followers.
 

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