#266 A Guide To The Podcast Industry
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#266 A Guide To The Podcast Industry
In the past year or so, the podcast industry has seen an explosion --or bubble, depending on who you ask-- with companies like Entertainment One, Corus, and Rogers making big plays in the market. Who are the big players? What are they trying to do? And are their podcasts any good?
February 24, 2019

Ben Cannon, podcast critic at Constant Listener, and Marc Weisblott of 1236.ca join Jesse to take stock of the landscape.


This episode is sponsored by Entripy, Audible and Article.

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