My Digital Life ShowHost: Rob Greenlee and Guest Radio Consultant Mark Ramsey. Topics include Podcasts in the Connected Car, Does Radio Need Podcast Talent and more. 2013 Episode.
The New Media ShowListen above episode from Sun, 11/15/15 with Todd Cochrane and Rob Greenlee. See more episodes here
Currently Head of Podcast Content at Spreaker.com and former EVP/CTO at Podcast Network PodcastOne.com based in Beverly Hills, California. Former Content Manager, Podcasts for Windows Phone, Zune and Xbox. I also co-host the "New Media Show" at Geek News Central Live every Saturday morning at 9am PST at show website.
I am also the former founder and lead host of WebTalk World Radio Show and Zune Insider podcast. WebTalk Radio was an 8 year running nationally syndicated terrestrial broadcast radio show, webcast and podcast. WebTalk Radio is recognized as the first broadcast radio program in the world to begin podcasting on Sept 15th, 2004.
I attended Pacific Lutheran University where I earned a BBA in Business Administration with a Marketing Concentration. Mobile: 253-831-5632 and by email: rob at robgreenlee.com. I live in Seattle.
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Author Archives: Rob Greenlee
Some podcasting platform players are getting all upset with many large Public Radio groups putting out Podcasting Measurement Specs that give the impression to some that they are declaring war on the long established podcasting space. “I don’t entirely agree they … Continue reading
Here is another episode of the Spreaker Live Show #39 for Dec 30th, 2015. My guest this week is Joel Zammit, Business Manager and Host at SansPantsRadio.com in Australia. Joel is co-host of the “”Plumbing The Death Star” podcast from … Continue reading
I see that 2016 will bring continued and steady growth in the on demand audio and podcast markets though with some consolidation of larger players. I do see a danger of expectations outpacing the realities around the adoption of on … Continue reading
I get behind the mic with Mat Kaplan, Planetary Radio Producer/Host is an official show from “The Planetary Society” led by CEO Bill Nye. The show visits with a scientist, engineer, project manager, astronaut, advocate or writer who provides a … Continue reading
Here is a 12 minute YouTube video demo that I recorded of the new “Spreaker Podcast Radio” app for android that offers a lean-back radio like experiences with podcasts. Give it a watch and then give it a try if … Continue reading
Todd Cochrane (@GeekNews) and Rob Greenlee (@RobGreenlee) discuss the challenges of some of the new podcasting platforms when it comes to live integration for the show. The new Triton announcement by Blubrry. They also discuss a recent Westwood One “State … Continue reading
In episode 34, I get behind the mic together with Steven Goldstein as his guest, discussing the relationship between podcasts and radio content. Steven is CEO of AmplifiMedia.com, is recognized as a thought leader in audio programming, marketing, and management. He has developed … Continue reading
Todd Cochrane @geeknews and I @robgreenlee do the the NewMediaShow.com last Saturday, Nov 15th on Blab.im due to Todd’s travel. We talk about the podcasting space and have a number of podcasters join us. We discuss doing podcasts on Blab.im … Continue reading
By Rob Greenlee The match between podcasts and music has been around since the early days of podcasting at small places like Apple iTunes and Microsoft Zune, the two major distribution platforms for podcasting in its embryonic stage of the … Continue reading
By Rob Greenlee The podcasting aggregator model has been flawed since the earliest days of podcasting and cannot be easily monetized; it means that podcast only distribution aggregator platforms or so called “Podcatchers” have had a difficult time generating revenue … Continue reading
By Rob Greenlee It seems like podcasting or on-demand audio is in the middle of a burst of media and entrepreneurial interest. This increased interest in podcasting is occurring because of a convergence of events that have been building for … Continue reading
By Rob Greenlee Many have said, over the past 10 years that podcasts were just too difficult to find and know how to listen to them. I would agree that was the past and that past perceptions like this create … Continue reading
By Rob Greenlee Content and distribution have had a long-running relationship with each other over many decades, going back to the earliest days of print, TV and radio. Yet, this relationship has been growing more and more unstable since the … Continue reading
Since the early days of podcasting, many have wished for and aspired to make a good living from producing and distributing podcasts. Many a podcaster has failed to achieve that goal and has hung up the towel on trying to earn … Continue reading
Since the earliest days of podcasting in 2004, the key points of change over the years have been around monetization, content quality, devices used for listening or watching and software distribution platforms. Podcasting has seen a heavy amount of churn … Continue reading