A podcast created entirely by artificial intelligence? Audio production company This Is Distorted is leaning into the AI craze.
Former Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries and ex-Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s desire to push forward with privatising C4 led to the UK’s radio sector being “left out in the cold” during a high-level consultation about the future of broadcasting.
Opinion: Podcasts and podcasters do not exist in a vacuum, and advertisers need to think of them as part of influencer culture.
In brief: Radioplayer has appointed Yann Legarson as its new CEO as founder Michael Hill exits the organisation.
Director-general Tim Davie creates a “toxic culture of fear and paranoia” in BBC Classical Music. But BBC bosses before Davie have been just as savage.
Regional output across the BBC is being disrupted after journalists across local radio, regional TV and digital services in England walked out from 11am in a 24-hour strike.
A review of the BBC’s social media guidelines is a significant move, as long as it is truly independent and knowledgeable people are involved.
Advertising legend Sir John Hegarty speaks to Omar Oakes in the first of a two-part interview.
Ad tech company Say It Now plans to introduce actionable smart speaker ads for TV later this month, and on out-of-home next year.
As a result of changing habits between generations, only OOH consistently delivers over 90% weekly reach across all age groups.
Our Future of Audio Europe event revealed a strong desire from audio professionals to improve measurement. But, as The Media Leader discovered, views on how to do this vary widely.