How the ‘Flashback’ Podcast Takes History to the Top
Apple hosts more than 1 million podcasts—and the new hit, Flashback, is in its Top 50. See how sound supports OZY/iHeartRadio’s show about the accidental side effects of history.
Live on KEXP Podcast Blurs the Lines Between Live and Studio Recording
When engineer Kevin Suggs records a live session for Seattle’s KEXP, that becomes the raw materials for podcasts, radio broadcasts, streaming and other formats.
Major Podcasters Keep Content Coming Despite Pandemic
With audiences and production teams working at home now, major podcasters Stitcher and Parcast have revamped their audio tech and workflows to keep content coming.
Podcasting? Yeah, Staples’ Got That
While some big-box retailers might jump on the podcasting boom by selling gear, Staples has a far bigger plan—it’s opened podcast studios in six test stores, with technical designs and acoustics created by Professional Audio Design’s president Dave Malekpour...
Real-World Review: Royer AxeMount Dual Microphone Clip
Producer/engineer Russ Long has to axe himself, how did we never think of this before?
Shure Readies New Microflex Drop-Ceiling Installation Mic
New ceiling array microphone variant allows for installation in 24x24-inch ceiling grids.
Stitcher’s Flexible New Facility
By Steve Harvey. Podcast network Stitcher recently moved into its new headquarters in Midtown Manhattan, building out a 2,000-square-foot production complex comprising three studios, two edit rooms and two iso booths designed in concert with WSDG Walters-Storyk Design Group.
Busted: Counterfeit Pro Audio Gear Seized in China
Police raid nets hundreds of fake Shure, Sennheiser, Yamaha and Harman products.