Month: December 2019

A white clock on a black background. The hour labels are only marked with lines, not numbers. The clock has three black arms showing minute, hour, and seconds, but a fourth red arm is blurred as if to show rapid, wild motion around from the 12:00 to the 4:00 places.

A (Written) Oral History of "ars PARADOXICA"

In 2019, I relistened to one of the first fiction podcasts that showed me what this medium could do: ars PARADOXICA. Looking at the podcast industry as it stands today, it's clear that the trajectory of fiction in podcasting would not have been the same without ars. Between its large cast, massively complex writing, and ...

Spotify Releases its Wrapped 2019 with New Podcast Data

Each year, Spotify releases its "Wrapped" summary of the year in listener data, and 2019 is no different. Here's some of what we can learn from the data for Spotify's Wrapped 2019. Courtesy of Spotify While much of the data relates to Spotify's music, a handful of interesting facts can be pulled from their podcast ...

This Week in Podcasts: 11/24/19 – 11/30/19

This Week in Podcasts is a weekly roundup of the goings-on in podcasting, from highlights to pitfalls to updates and more.