In this episode, Shawn and Jen talk about a Korean podcasting platform that is more popular in Korea than iTunes is. We debate the value of transcription of podcast episodes, and ponder if Shortcut (and services like it) can really make audio more sharable.
Ironically, we also get into a discussion about the importance of consistency in podcasting (despite the fact that we haven’t been super consistent.)
Links mentioned in this episode:
* Podcasts become a viral hit with Koreans
By Song Kyoung-Son for Korea Joongang Daily
* This American Life listeners are sharing audio in unexpected ways
By Elizabeth Hansen for Columbia Journalism Review
* Podcast Blogging
By Jessica Rhodes (on JessicaRhodes.biz)
* ‘Stop Podcasting Yourself’ and the Reliable Consistency of Podcasts
By Noah Jacobs on Splitsider
* 21 Podcasts to Help You Outsmart Your Competition in 2017
By Jeremy Goldman for Inc.