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  1. Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen launch podcast on Spotify It is another landmark moment in Spotify's aggressive push to dominate the podcast business. Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen during an election campaign rally in Madison, Wisc., on Nov. 5, 2012.Jason Reed / Reuters file Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen are making a podcast. Spotify on Monday announced the launch of "Renegades: Born in the USA," featuring the former president and the legendary rock star in conversation on issues ranging from politics and the state of America to fathe
  2. Original Content podcast: Apple’s ‘Ted Lasso’ is all about relentless optimism Image Credits: Apple Your enjoyment of “Ted Lasso” — a sports comedy that debuted on Apple TV+ last year — will probably depend on how you respond to the titular football coach played by Jason Sudeikis. As we discuss on the latest episode of the Original Content podcast, the show’s setup is deliberately over-the-top and ridiculous with Rebecca Walton (Hannah Waddingham) taking ownership of the AFC Richmond football (a.k.a. soccer) team after an acrimonious divorce,
  3. Original Content podcast: Netflix’s ‘Lupin’ is a twisty delight Image Credits: Emmanuel Guimier / Netflix The new Netflix series “Lupin” is a loose adaptation of the Arséne Lupin stories by Maurice Leblanc, but it’s set in the present day, with a hero who’s inspired by the exploits of Leblanc’s fictional “gentleman thief.” Through flashbacks, we meet Assane Diop (played by Omar Sy) as a young Senegalese immigrant who has recently arrived in Paris with his father. As an adult, he’s transformed himself into an impossible-to-catch thief and maste
  4. iHeart Hails “Virtual Reality for the Ears” Company launches a big 3D audio effort for binaural podcasting iHeartRadio has launched a big 3D audio effort and announced a “strategic expansion into binaural podcasting.” It promises to put listeners “into the middle of an audio soundscape, immersing them in the story like never before.” It released this audio sample to promote it. “Put your headphones on,” it states. The company plans to introduce a slate of podcasts using this technique. “Binaural, or 3D audio, creates a sens
  5. Original Content podcast: Pixar’s ‘Soul’ offers a lively visit to pre-pandemic New York Image Credits: Disney For the latest episode of the Original Content podcast, we looked back at “Soul,” which was released on Disney+ at the end of last year. The new Pixar film tells the story of Joe Gardner, a high school music teacher and jazz musician voiced by Jamie Foxx. Joe seems to be on the verge of his big break when he accidentally falls down an open manhole, sending him to a distinctly Pixar-ish twist on the afterlife, and eventually on a metaph
  6. Joe Budden Brings Podcast to Patreon, Joins Company as Head of Creator Equity After splitting with Spotify last September, the broadcaster says he trusts Patreon’s vision and “ability to expand the creator economy.” Five months after yanking his blockbuster shows from Spotify amid a dispute over compensation, podcasting powerhouse Joe Budden is partnering with another subscription platform that’s promising artists more leverage. His signature The Joe Budden Podcast with Rory & Mal and The Joe Budden Network will now be hosted on Patreon, the com
  7. Apple is reportedly readying a new Podcast subscription service Podcasts+. What you need to know Apple is reportedly talking to partners about creating a subscription service around podcasts. Source: Christine Romero-Chan / iMore Apple is working with its partners to bring a subscription service to podcasts, according to a new report. Citing unnamed sources, Bloomberg reports that Apple is adding a subscription service to its podcasting business at some point this year as it considers funding new original programming.
  8. Original Content podcast: Despite some odd choices, ‘The Undoing’ lays out a satisfying mystery Image Credits: HBO The HBO miniseries “The Undoing” wrapped up back in November, but the hosts of the Original Content podcast took advantage of the holidays to get caught up. Based on a novel by Jean Hanff Korelitz, “The Undoing” tells the story of Grace Fraser (played by Nicole Kidman), a Manhattan psychologist whose husband Jonathan (Hugh Grant) is accused of a brutal murder. As the trial turns into a media spectacle, Grace tries to navigate how she feel
  9. Amazon gets into the podcast business FILE - In this Feb. 14, 2019 file photo, people stand in the lobby for Amazon offices in New York. Amazon is jumping into the podcast-making business. The online shopping giant said it plans to buy Wondery, a 4-year-old producer of popular true crime podcasts such as “Dr. Death” and “Dirty John.” (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File) NEW YORK (AP) — Amazon is jumping into the podcast business. The online shopping giant is buying Wondery, a 4-year-old producer of popular true crime podcasts such as “Dr. Death” and “Dirty J
  10. Another day, another Spotify acquisition. This time, it’s podcast advertising platform Megaphone, which the music streaming giant announced it was buying earlier today, in an attempt to beef up its advertising chops as it expands its roster of podcast programming. The acquisition accomplishes a few things for both the buyer and buy-ee. On Spotify’s end, the acquisition allows the major brands currently working with Megaphone to funnel some of their major brand bucks through Spotify’s systems, which will help Spotify pinch off a bigger chunk of the roughly $1 billion
  11. Find the podcast you're looking for quickly. Google continues its push into the world of podcasts, not only through its own podcast app but also by adding a new podcast feature to search. If you enter a search term like "grilling podcasts" into Google, you'll now see playable podcast episodes right in the results page. In the future Google plans to tweak the feature to allow search to include podcast results even if you don't specify "podcast" in the query. In addition, later this year Google Assistant will begin suggesting podcasts
  12. from the likelihood-of-confusion? dept The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce is somewhat infamous for its constant trademark bullying over the famed Hollywood sign (you know the one). Its latest target is apparently the Hollywood Babble-On podcast that is done as a live show each week by radio/podcast guy Ralph Garman and filmmaker/entertainer Kevin Smith. Before the show this past weekend, Garman had tweeted out that it might be the last Hollywood Babble-On ever. In the opening minutes of their latest episode, Garman explains that they've received a cease and desist letter from
  13. The internet is causing its own demise. Every line of code requires electricity to run, and much of that electricity comes from dirty fossil fuels. And every belch of carbon dioxide from fossil fuel power plants brings the internet one step closer to ruin. The rise of smartphones puts more information at our fingertips than ever while the increasing complexity of websites means it requires more energy to deliver that information. Whether it’s Fortnite or YouTube, the internet’s growing carbon footprint is a huge issue. A 2019 report found that digital technology prod
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