Aleks Krotoski and Jemima Kiss report from the SXSWi festival in Austin, Texas
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In the second part of Tricky’s deep-dive into the relationship between news publishers and tech platforms, Jezebel founding editor Anna Holmes joins Heather and Emily to talk about the glory days of blogs, the evolution of women’s digital spaces (RIP Rookie), and what was lost when commenter culture moved to Facebook and Twitter. We also discuss the legacy of Gawker Media, what recent layoffs at digital publishers mean for the industry, and Anna’s escape from the 24-hour news cycle as the editor of Topic, an online magazine that publishes once a month.
It’s a Brexit special this week as Adam Boulton and guests try to make sense of the political landscape following the publication of the draft Withdrawal Agreement between the UK and the European U…
Radio Futurologist James Cridland: Podcasting Is Not An iPhone-Only Thing & Other Nuggets Of Wisdom!
We’ve got an industry expert joining Jen on this episode!
James Cridland is a radio futurologist - a writer, consultant and public speaker on radio’s future. He is also the Managing Editor of podnews.net, a daily podcast newsletter, and runs media.info, a media information website.
In this episode James shares:
What is exciting him about podcasting.
Stats that will blow your mind!
The relationship between radio and podcasting
His podcasting pet peeves.
How podcasters should define success
How smart speakers can impact your podcast
The truth about stats
How podcasting is different from radio, and how we need to understand how that impacts advertising on podcast
His wildest, most controversial media predictions!
Listen to James’ podcast HERE
You can also find him on Twitter, Linked In, Flickr and last.fm.
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S01E07: The Decentralized Web
Darius talks a lot about the decentralized web and in particular ActivityPub, a newish web specification that is trying its best to make it possible for social network sites to talk to each other in a standardized way. You might be familiar with Mastodon as a kind of Twitter replacement, and we talk about that but also PeerTube and a few other things. Emma has many questions about this uncharted territory of the web, and Darius answers them by saying "well, in theory" a lot. Like a lot a lot. Things mentioned: the Friend Camp code of conduct and that time Facebook bought Instagram and then disabled Instagram’s Twitter compatibility.
Twitter Without the Nazis
On this week’s If Then, Will Oremus and April Glaser discuss reports that big tech companies are lobbying in favor of a national privacy law. They’ll talk about what their motivations are. (Hint: It’s not just altruism or civic duty.)The hosts are also joined by Eugen Rochko, the founder of Mastodon, a social network that’s becoming an increasingly popular alternative to Twitter. Rochko likes to say that you can join Mastodon if you want social networking without the Nazis and white supremacists. We talk to him about exactly how it works, and the daunting obstacles that every social networking startup faces. 15:00 - Interview with Eugen Rochko31:00 - Don’t Close My TabsDon’t Close My Tabs: NBC News: Secret message board drives ‘pizzagate’-style harassment campaign of small businessesThe Information: Waymo’s Big Ambitions Slowed By Tech TroublePodcast production by Max JacobsIf Then plugs: You can get updates about what’s coming up next by following us on Twitter @ifthenpod. You can follow Will @WillOremus and April @Aprilaser. If you have a question or comment, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.If Then is presented by Slate and Future Tense, a collaboration among Arizona State University, New America, and Slate. Future Tense explores the ways emerging technologies affect society, policy, and culture. To read more, follow us on Twitter and sign up for our weekly newsletter.Listen to If Then via Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or Google Play.
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