My Digital Life Show
The New Media ShowWatch above episode from Sun, 2/22/15 with Todd Cochrane and Rob Greenlee. See more episodes here
Currently President of LoudVox On Demand Audio & Podcast Consultancy 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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Category Archives: Podcaster Tips
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 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
Here is episode #7 of the “My Digital Life Show” for Tuesday, July 16th, 2013. This episode topic is about “The Future of Radio and Podcasting from 2005 to 2013 with Radio Expert/Consultant Mark Ramsey. In this episode we cover these more specific … Continue reading
Here is episode #6 of the “My Digital Life Show” for Tuesday, June 25th, 2013. This episode topic is about “The YouTubeization of Video Podcasting” and the birth of an animal pet video podcasting star “Lil Bub” the cat that has achieved 212,000 … Continue reading
Here is episode #5 of “My Digital Life with Rob Greenlee” for Tuesday, June 18th, 2013. This episode is part 2 of a series on the growing globalization of Podcasts and what that means for podcasting’s future. This week, I … Continue reading
Here is episode #4 of the new “My Digital Life with Rob Greenlee” for Tuesday, June 11th, 2013. This episode is focused on the growing globalization of podcasts and what that means for podcasting’s future. As you can see, … Continue reading
Here is episode #3 of the new “My Digital Life Show with Rob Greenlee” for Sunday, June 2nd 2013. This episode is even closer to the vision that I have for this show, but have more improvements to come. You … Continue reading
Here is episode #2 of the new “My Digital Life Show with Rob Greenlee”. This episode is much more focused and becoming more like the vision that I have for the show. The topic this week gets back to my … Continue reading
I have been hearing some radio broadcasting folks make posts to blogs about how to best produce a podcast and must comment on the topic, as it hits at the core of why radio and podcasting industries have not been … Continue reading
If done right podcasts are much better then regular broadcast talk radio. The niche focus is very much the strength of the medium and their general on-demand accessibility on internet connected devices. This scheduled live or live-like broadcast radio is … Continue reading
By podcasting’s definition, YouTube Channels are not the same as podcasts. I keep hearing the comparison and matching going on by users and some newer content providers. The current state of perceptions might lead one to that conclusion, but they are very … Continue reading
I have been recently reading the advice given by many others about ways to promote your podcast. Many focus on new types of things like distributing CD’s and making business cards for your show – not really the best of ideas … Continue reading
The talk of the death of podcasting is an annual right of passage these days, but I am starting to think that nothing is really wrong in the podcasting medium. We are just seeing the natural maturation of this form … Continue reading