All posts by Wil Williams

Hi. I'm Wil, and I hate whales. I also have a lot of feelings about podcasts. She/her.

This Week in Podcasts: 6/16/19 – 6/23/19

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

A Guide to Unleashing Your Podcast’s Press Release

Originally posted on Elena Fernández Collins:
You’re hip-deep in trying to get the second season of your podcast off the ground and focused on improving your audience reach. Your listenership for season one was either disappointing, not too shabby, or surprising, or maybe even as expected, but no matter what, you want to be…

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Let’s Go Back to ars PARADOXICA: “29: Odyssey”

Let's Go Back to ars PARADOXICA is a relisten and recap series for season one of ars PARADOXICA released every Tuesday and Thursday.

I Don’t Care What We Call Non-Non-Fiction Podcasts

There is a debate in the world of podcasts, a debate that comes up every few months in certain spheres of podcasting, drawing vitriol from every angle of the conversation: What, as an industry, do we call non-non-fiction podcasts? Every time this debate comes up, it is treated as massively important to how we define ...

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Let’s Go Back to ars PARADOXICA: “28: Adversary”

Let's Go Back to ars PARADOXICA is a relisten and recap series for season one of ars PARADOXICA released every Tuesday and Thursday.

This Week in Podcasts: 6/3/19 – 6/9/19

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

“The Two Princes” Emerges as a Sweet, Lovely Entry to PRIDE Month Podcasting

Gimlet's The Two Princes (no relation to Spin Doctors, to my knowledge) had the deck somewhat stacked against it when I started listening. Gimlet's previous work in fiction, Sandra, missed the mark completely for me. Until The Two Princes, I haven't heard well-known stage and screen actors feel organic in a podcast. I've started seeing big names on ...