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 unique and exciting perspective on the exploration of our solar system and beyond.
Topics on the Live Show:
– Hear a clip from show with Planetary Society CEO Bill Nye and StarTalk Radio’s Neil Degrasse Tyson
– He tells us about the Planetary Radio Show on broadcast and online radio
– When did he start podcasting the show?
– When did it start as a podcast and then become a radio show?
– How has the show production changed over the years?
– What is the purpose and mission of the Planetary Society?
– Recorded a screen capture video demo of new Spreaker Podcast Radio app for Android
– New updated Spreaker Studio app for Windows/Mac with microphone volume boost and audio limiting
– Show Promo clip from Alex Z aka theZim host of “Word On the Street” podcast
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 you are an android device user. It would be great to get your feedback on the app to rob (at) spreaker (dotcom).
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 of American Podcasting” webinar and some of the shared data points.
Catch a new Live episode this coming Saturday, November 28th at 9am PST at New Media Show Live.
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 numerous successful radio brands and nurtured and advanced local and national talent at NBC Radio, CBS Radio, and Sega Communications.
We discuss the following topics:
– Most audio today is still consumed in real-time on the radio, but how rapidly is that changing with on-demand content?
– How is podcasting, or on-demand audio, altering the big business of broadcast radio?
– How are podcasts different than radio?
– How can audio content creators better understand the space and develop strategies to optimize it?
– How should a new or existing content creator and radio folks think about the podcasting medium?