About the wpa
As the landscape of the Podcasting world continues to grow and become more accepted in mass media, the Wisconsin Podcast Association was conceived to add a place for podcasters from Wisconsin and throughout to turn for resources, connections, ideas and networking.
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PODCASTERS HELPING PODCASTERS
Times are tough and now more then ever is important for us all to work together. The Wisconsin Podcast Association is stepping up to help podcasters throughout Wisconsin who are struggling because of COVID-19. The association announced that a portion of all new membership dues will be donated to podcasters in need during this crisis.
Podcasters in need of assistance can complete the form below to be considered for assistance.
The Oscars of Podcasting? First ‘Golden Mics’ Awards to Debut in 2021
The burgeoning podcast biz is looking for its own version of the Oscars, Emmys and Grammys.
On Friday, a group of podcast publishers and producers including Spotify, NPR, PRX, Sony Music Entertainment and Wondery announced the formation of….
The Podcasting Starter Guide: 7 Tips to Make a Successful Podcast
Podcasts have never been more popular than they are today.
In fact, there are more than 800,000 active podcasts as of 2019, which is a number that only looks to increase in the years to come….
Meet the 29 power players of podcasting who are pushing original audio production forward as the industry surges toward $1 billion in ad revenue
Podcasting is on the rise, with the industry expected to generate $863 million in ad revenue this year and more than $1 billion in 2021….
Why women are starting their own podcasting networks
Amanda Lund and Maria Blasucci, two comedian-actors who have been podcasting for more than 10 years, were sick of bringing fully formed ideas to the male gatekeepers at podcasting networks and being told “no.”
So seven months ago, they started Earios, a network of comically bent shows “by women, for everyone” — a launch process that was “very rage-driven,” Lund said with a laugh. She and Blasucci host a show called “The Big Ones,” in which they hash out moral conundrums. A recent episode explored the Varsity Blues college admissions scandal….
The best podcasting gear for beginners
Get a decent microphone
You need a good microphone. There’s no arguing with this. It doesn’t matter if you’re starting your own show …..
Spotify’s paid subscribers accelerate as podcast listening grows 200 percent
Spotify’s continued investment in podcasts appears to be paying off, after the company reported that podcast listening has increased by 200 percent year-on-year in its fourth quarter earnings today…..
Is Podcasting Radio’s Next Revenue Star?
SWe’ve seen how the radio industry has steadily increased its digital revenue, crossing the $1 billion mark in 2019, according to the RAB. As radio stations look to generate new business, to battle digital monsters Facebook and Google who are coming for their local ad dollars, could podcasting be radio’s next revenue star?….
Pittman: The Sky Is The Limit
The iHeart CEO was a keynoter at Podcast Movement’s Evolutions Thursday night in Los Angeles. Pittman took some heat from the podcast community last September when he said podcasting was radio’s birthright. Last night he made it clear how much he believed in podcasting and told the crowd it’s going to be a lot bigger than anyone thinks….
iHeart Media Rolls Out New Ad Marketplace for Podcasts
Chasing industry trends, iHeart Media is about to become the latest audio company to release a custom ad network. Executives say iHeartPodcast AdSuite will tempt brands and potential partners—and set the company apart from its competitors—with a unique array of ad formats across platforms and custom tools….
Spotify Pays $250 Million for Ringer in Podcasting Drive
Spotify Technology SA is paying close to $200 million upfront for the Ringer, the growing online sports and pop-culture outlet, as part of its push into podcasting, according to a person with knowledge of the matter…..
An article from TuftsNow, points out "Empty shelves lining supermarkets, farmers dumping milk and abandoning fields of crops, restaurants laying off staff—the American food landscape has changed dramatically in just a month, thanks to stay-at-home...
Tell us a little about yourself and your podcast? My name is Sean Kelley, I do podcast production, editing and consulting at Podcast Engineering House. I am also a big nerd and one of my hobbies is playing tabletop role-playing games. You may have heard...
Dear Fellow Podcaster, As the world of podcasting continues to grow nationally and right here in the state of Wisconsin we want to make the Wisconsin Podcast Association a community for podcasters, podcast enthusiasts, and anyone else interested in this growing...
Tell us a little about your podcast, The Action Network Podcast. What's the show about? Our show covers sports for the invested sports fan. Whether they like to bet on games, or enter daily fantasy tournaments, or just play in casual fantasy football leagues with...
Tell us a little about yourself and your podcast. I own a small commercial/post production audio studio in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward. The studio is 5th Floor Recording and has been in business for 22 years. I’ve...
What is the goal of this career? Where do you want to take it? My goal is to use my voice for good (or to project a sinister vibe, or maybe elicit a belly laugh if I am doing animation!) at this time in my life. I want to be “that” voiceover artist – the one who...