How Coronavirus is Affecting Podcasting

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Amid the Coronavirus pandemic, some research says people are listening to podcasts more, while some says people are listening less.

In this episode, James Cridland, a radio consultant and creator of podnews.net (a daily podcast newsletter), and journalist Christine O’Donnell rehash the latest research on the podcasting industry, including how the Coronavirus is affecting the industry as a whole. 

Helpful Links: 

https://podnews.net/

christine-odonnell.com 

How Coronavirus is changing podcast listening -Chartable

Podcasts Lost the Commuter Audience, but 18% of Adults Say They’re Listening More – Morning Consult

 

Check out this episode!

Published by Christine O'Donnell

Hello! Thanks for stopping by. Here's a little bit about me. I'm a reporter, producer and promoter of all things female. Bridging the gap between how men and women are treated in the world is something I'm passionate about. I'm originally from Saratoga Springs, NY. I studied Journalism and Spanish at the University of Minnesota and rowed Division-1. In 2007, my crew of incredibly strong women and I won an NCAA Championship. I love sharing stories, traveling and being active in the community. My husband and I live near Manhattan Beach, CA with our two cats whom we are both obsessed with.

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