2:15 – Podcasts are on-demand and Radio is not.
5:10 – All the top talk show hosts are above 50-60 years old and they're overpaid.
10:10 – Radio broadcasters used to be seen as rock stars.
11:00 – Can both podcast and radio formats exist in the future?
12:40 – Are the words podcast and radio one and the same?
15:15 – People are going to get more creative in the future with how they use podcasts and radio.
18:45 – Big companies are taking notice of the podcast medium.
20:30 – Matt DuBiel is broadcasting podcasts on his radio stations.
23:15 – Radio stations tend to have a poor business model.
27:05 – Podcasts are more convenient to listen to than radio.
32:30 – In radio you hear a lot more negative feedback than you do in podcasts.
38:35 – Radio broadcasters need to embrace new media and podcasts.
39:15 – Thank you to all our guests for making The Podcast Producers a reality!
“In Radio, there's something magic about the live aspect of it. There's something very cool about being there in the moment.”
“It doesn't matter at all what you call this podcast and radio medium because moving forward it's really all blending into one.”
“Podcast/radio is the same medium, it's all audio, it's just the platform where it's published. Does it matter? Probably not a whole lot.”
Mentioned In This Episode:
This American Life | Alex Goldman – Reply All | Radiolab | iHeartRadio | Matt DuBiel – WCKG | John Lee Dumas - Entrepreneur On Fire | Seth Godin's Startup School | Larry Winget – The Pitbull of Personal Development | NPR | Leo Laporte | The CBC | Jeremy Taggart and Jonathan Torrens - Taggart and Torrens | Randy Bachman's Vinyl Tap | Anthony Weiss