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Mamamia launches a trivia podcast you can play

Thursday 16 July, 2020

Gordon’s Gin and Mamamia have partnered to bring something new to home entertainment: a trivia podcast to play along with friends or on your own, Quizzish.
 
Just the tonic if the pub in pub quiz was never really your thing, or if it was, but the pub’s not currently open during the pandemic.
 
Hosted by Kelly McCarren, Quizzish is Mamamia’s new weekly trivia podcast where two rivals go head-to-head to determine who can become the Quizzish champion and listeners can play along at home too.
 

Hamish & Andy, Australia’s number one comedy podcast, celebrate 100 episodes

Thursday 16 July, 2020

The 100th episode of Australia’s Number One Podcast, Hamish & Andy, drops today on PodcastOne Australia.
 
The pair started their radio careers with PodcastOne Australia’s parent company, SCA, and have converted their unique ingenuity and connection to fans to drive growth in audience downloads of their enduring pods over the last 12 months by 125%*.
 

Spotify wants to own the podcast advertising market

Tuesday 14 July, 2020

Spotify and global ad agency Omnicom Media Group, announced a deal in which Omnicom will spend $20 million on podcast ads in the second half of 2020.

James Cridland analyses the deal:

$20m sounds like a lot of money for the next six months, but it’s a drop in the ocean when compared to Omnicom’s $35bn annual spend. Indeed, US radio makes around $20bn from advertising every year.

Podcast downloads pass 40 million in June: Triton

Tuesday 14 July, 2020

Total downloads on the Triton Digital's Australian Podcast Ranker of all shows by all participating publishers in the month of June is 40.8M.

TAFE NSW is encouraging students to consider a career in radio and broadcasting

Wednesday 08 July, 2020

NOVA Entertainment Executive Podcast Producer Ruby Teys has credited TAFE NSW with igniting her passion for radio and propelling her podcasting career into the stratosphere.
 
Ruby got her start at TAFE NSW in 2014 and the 29-year-old, who has already cemented herself as a podcast producer extraordinaire, has also recently been announced as the new host of NOVA’s 'The Babble' podcast with Matty J.
 

Shaun Fay's AdsS podcast is available from today

Tuesday 07 July, 2020

Shaun Fay is an ex-ARN creative director who now lives in NZ, and this week he has launched his podcast series, AdsS.
 
For this series Shaun has taken a look the stories behind some successful ad campaigns, beginning with the story of the Indian Newsagent on the Sunshine Coast who had really good parking.
 

ABC News strategy expands to digital despite cuts: Gaven Morris

Thursday 02 July, 2020

“Nothing has been left untouched.”

The ABC’s Director of News Gaven Morris explains the strategy behind the recent cut to the 0745 radio news.

In a detailed interview with Steve Ahern, Morris says there is a bigger picture than just cutting a bulletin, the change is part of the rebalancing of priorities to better serve digital audio services, as well as broadcast radio.

Radio industry flash briefing celebrates 100 episodes

Thursday 02 July, 2020

We’re celebrating here at radioinfo.

Our daily flash briefing podcast has hit its 100th episode today.

It’s quite a milestone when most podcasts don’t even reach episode 20, so we’re feeling pretty chuffed.

Many thousands of radioinfo website readers have sampled the daily flash briefing as they start their working day.

If you haven't tried it yet, you can:

Missing or Murdered is the new real-life story from Podshape

Wednesday 01 July, 2020

Missing or Murdered is the new real-life story from Australian Independent Podcast producer Podshape.
 
Over 6 episodes the podcast explores the story of self-confessed hippy mum Katie O’Shea who went missing in 2005 in Far North Queensland tablelands.
 
Detective Senior Sergeant Brett Devine who leads the case says “there are only two real persons of interest.” One of those people is Katie’s own son Alan, the other is a convicted murderer.
 

Acast opens new studios in Sydney

Wednesday 01 July, 2020

Acast has opened two fully furnished podcast studios in Sydney which will be available free of charge to all of Acast’s content partners.
 
The studios are located at Acast’s offices in Surry Hills.
 
We’re incredibly proud of the work we do to help our creators grow their audiences and find commercial partners,” says Australian Managing Director Henrik Isaksson.
 

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