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10 audio storytelling tips to echo the podcasting boom

10 audio storytelling tips to echo the podcasting boom

IJNet | November 07, 2014

Tips for creating rich, audio storytelling, the recent boom for podcasters and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.

Listen up: 10 tips for using audio in storytelling amid the podcasting renaissance

From Copenhagen to Chicago, people are gathering in droves for communal audio storytelling events, held in theatres, churches, parks and ironically, cinemas, where foreign language audio is ‘screened’ with English subtitles. (WAN-IFRA, 11/03)

Welcome to the million-dollar podcast: a niche medium grows up a bit and advertisers start to notice

Apple Inc.’s iTunes Store reached a landmark 1 billion podcast subscriptions last summer, and with that announcement covered by the likes of Macworld came the expected deluge of “Podcasts Are Back” trend pieces, as exemplified by USA Today. (International Business Times, 10/31)

Argentine police raid radio station to discover journalists' sources

It isn't only British and American journalists who are facing police action to discover their sources. Last week, police in Argentina raided a radio station in order to search for information on journalists' computers. (The Guardian, 11/05)

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