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James Cridland is a writer, consultant, speaker & editor of @Podnews.In this episode, we had chat about our passion for podcasting & broke down:- Showing confidence without arrogance- The easiest way to grow an audience from scratch- How to prioritize work effectively and focus on your goalsSubscribe to his daily podcast newsletter to get insight on the future of radio and audio
James Cridland | How the Radio and Podcasting Industries Are Evolving
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James Cridland is the Editor of Podnews, a daily podcast newsletter. He is a radio futurologist — a writer, consultant, and public speaker on radio and new media’s future. He has worked in radio and audio since 1989 as an award-winning copywriter, radio presenter, and internet strategist. He launched the world’s first streaming radio smartphone app in March 2005 for the original Virgin Radio in London, launching daily podcasts earlier that year. In 2007, James joined the BBC working on the BBC iPlayer for radio, achieving a dramatic increase in the service’s audio quality. He has since worked for a variety of businesses across the world including Canada’s Vista Radio, receiver and silicon manufacturers Pure and Frontier Silicon, talkSPORT, and a variety of media companies in Europe, North America, Asia, and Australia, helping them focus on the benefits and challenges that new platforms bring to their business. In this episode of the Smart Business Revolution Podcast, John Corcoran interviews James Cridland, the Editor of Podnews, about his early entry into the radio industry and podcasting. James shares his experience working for Virgin Radio and the BBC, explains how he got started in podcasting, and offers advice to new podcasters on building a great podcast.
James Cridland on Podcast Platforms, Monetization, and the Future of Audio
On a special episode of the AppleInsider podcast, James Cridland, the editor of Podnews, joins us to discuss the current state of podcasting, platform exclusives, monetization, and the future of audio. If you have questions or comments on the show, tweet at @stephenrobles. Find us in your favorite podcast player by searching for "AppleInsider" and support the show by leaving a 5-Star rating and comment in Apple Podcasts. Links from the show Podnews podcasting news Amazon buys SmartLess podcast for around $80m James Cridland Biography Hark - Podcasts, Playlists, Curated Clips 'The Joe Rogan Experience' to ditch Apple Podcasts, YouTube for Spotify Facebook launching podcast services on June 22 Apple's Podcast Subscriptions are now live Amazon acquires podcast hosting, monetization company Art19 Support the show on Patreon or Apple Podcasts to get ad-free episodes every week and early access to the show! Subscribe and listen to our AppleInsider Daily podcast for the latest Apple news Monday through Friday. You can find it on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, or anywhere you listen to podcasts. Tune in to our HomeKit Insider podcast covering the latest news, products, apps and everything HomeKit related. Subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Overcast, or just search for HomeKit Insider wherever you get your podcasts. Podcast artwork from Basic Apple Guy. Download the free wallpaper pack here. Those interested in sponsoring the show can reach out to us at: firstname.lastname@example.orgSpecial Guest: James Cridland.Support AppleInsider Podcast
Rather than hear podcasting industry news second hand from us, we thought we’d give it to you straight from James Cridland, Editor at Podnews.net James talks to Nick Schildberger and Nicole Goodman about the new addition of podcast paid subscriptions, is Apple or Spotify winning the race to podcast domination, the industry antics of podcasting’s own Wolf of Wall Street, and a shift in monetisation - making it easier for producers to earn money! Gotta love that! Reference:Podnews.net Podcasting Essentials is produced by: SoundCartelsoundcartel.com.au+61 3 9882 8333See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
James Cridland is the editor of Podnews, a daily podcast newsletter, and the host of Podland, a bite size bulletin of what's going on in the podcasting industry. James is also a radio futurologist, so today we are getting into where the podcasting industry is going. What You Will Learn In This Episode: The differences between on demand radio and on demand podcasts The pitfalls to avoid when starting a podcast The next wave in the podcasting industry, after the tremendous growth since the strike of the pandemic Why big companies are investing into the podcasting industry What happens over the next couple of years in the podcasting space Even though the podcast arena is huge and still growing, if you are putting out great content and you are being purposeful with it, you can make a big impact. Resources: Podnews, a daily podcast newsletter Podland, a podcast hosted by James Cridland and Sam Sethi Apply for my Podcast Mastermind at https://annaparkernaples.co.uk/mastermind
Has Spotify just re-invented radio? Podnews editor James Cridland weighs in. ALSO: Gameplay producer James Parkinson.
The Aus Media Report
Spotify unveiled a new product feature a fortnight ago that caught my attention. The streaming music service has been pushing aggressively into podcasting and has announced that podcast producers can now place songs during a podcast. It is Spotify merging music and talk for its subscribers. You could be forgiven for thinking that this is starting to sound a lot like radio. Is this Spotify aggressively taking on radio? Or is this an entirely new form? On The Aus Media Report we speak with Podnews editor James Cridland about the new Spotify feature. After we talk with James Parkinson, the producer and host of podcasts By Association and Gameplay about producing his shows. We also get in a bit of Spotify chat.
James is a Broadcaster, Radio and Podcasting Guru with "a silly accent" that I'm sure you can pick, but he now lives in Australia. We talk about podcasting, bascially, and reminisce about conferences. Email Me! https://www.whatdoyoumake.show Follow James Podnews Follow Morgs Instagram Website Other Shows Baby Got Backend
Interview with James Cridland, founder and managing editor of Podnews, which is a top source of podcasting news. James has worked in radio since 1989 and been on the forefront of on demand audio. Music by Sebastian Phillips.