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Save Indie Podcasters, Save the Podcast World

Is Heroes still a relevant cultural touchstone?

I hope that podcasters’ therapists are getting paid overtime this week. All the tectonic plates of podcasting have shifted at once, and many of us have been left with more questions, and more anxieties, than we had before.

So this is just a quick blog to remind everyone that podcasting needs its indie podcasters. Yes, it needs its Gimlets, its Earwolfs; its iHeartRadios and its 99%…

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Imagining the future of podcasts

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Nick Hilton

Nick Hilton

Writer. Podcast entrepreneur. London. Interested in technology and the media. Co-founder podotpods.com Email: nick@podotpods.com.

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