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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 questions:
- How Podcasts and Radio Content will blend together in the Car?
- Possible changes coming to broadcast radio?
- Does radio needs some of the current podcasts talent to succeed now and in the future?
I interviewed Mark Ramsey back in 2005 for my ITConversations Network “WebTalk with Rob Greenlee” show. Back then, we both talked about the potential of podcasting in the face of shrinking radio audiences and how major celebrities will lead to audience growth in podcasting in the early days of podcasting. Here is a link to that full interview from 2005. I replay a key 9 minutes from that interview in the current episode here.
Fast forward 8 years, to 2013 and how have things changed and did we get it right back in 2005? What are the predictions for radio and podcasting going forward from 2013?
Full WebTalk with Rob Greenlee on ITConversations Interview from 2005
Radios Ripped from New Cars, Consumers say, “Not So Fast”
Retraction: The Exact AM/FM Dash Story by Eric Rhoads of RadioInk
Episode length: 56 min MP3 Recorded: 7-16-2013
Please feel free to give me feedback on this show to: rob at robgreenlee dotcom or twitter @robgreenlee . Leave some of your thoughts here in the comments and I will respond to them in next week episode.
3 replies on “My Digital Life Show #7: The Future of Radio and Podcasting”
[…] Content Manager, Podcasts on Windows Phone and Zune at Microsoft, Rob produces the audio journal “My Digital Life,” and he interviewed me about the future of radio and podcasting on and off the […]
I especially enjoyed hearing your interview conversation from almost a decade ago. Some of the references were rather humorous (Paris Hilton), but the predictions were still incredibly accurate. Great show!
I hope that this wasn’t the beginning of a Pod-Fade. I hope all is well with you and yours, and that things line up so that the next episode will be available for my consumption soon!
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