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Meta is a podcast about podcasts. Each week Meta will interview the best podcasters in Australia and overseas to find your next favourite show.
We'll take you behind the scenes of your favourite podcasts to hear hosts as you've never heard them before.
Find out what motivates podcasters, and how much work is involved to get the shows you love to your headphones.

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Meta is a podcast about podcasts. Each week Meta will interview the best podcasters in Australia and overseas to find your next favourite show.
We'll take you behind the scenes of your favourite podcasts to hear hosts as you've never heard them before.
Find out what motivates podcasters, and how much work is involved to get the shows you love to your headphones.

See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Spotify's Hybrid Podcast Model

    Spotify's Hybrid Podcast Model

    Late last year, streaming music service Spotify gave podcasters the chance to blend published music into their shows. Spotify’s podcast creation tool, Anchor, lets creators embed songs from the streaming service’s vast library of music. 
    While there are hundreds of services offering royalty free music for pods, only shows as popular as This American Life can afford to license commercial tracks. 
    One of the best examples of these new blended podcasts is the Australian hip-hop podcast, A1: The Show. 
    Hosts Jade Le Flay and Jazmine Nikitta, two Australian hip-hop podcasters and djs, are joined by producer and co-host 24 Karat Kev. A1: The Show is based on a playlist of the same name that highlights the most played hip hop tracks in Australia and overseas. While an algorithm chooses the music, humans craft the show around it. 
    The show’s format follows that of a traditional weekly radio program, with news, interviews and general banter between the tracks; but Nikitta says they try “to stay in the podcasting lane.”
    https://www.smh.com.au/culture/tv-and-radio/mixing-mediums-brings-radio-staple-to-podcasts-20210322-p57ctl.html


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    • 46 min
    Get F****d Gary - Industrial Relations with Urzila Carlson

    Get F****d Gary - Industrial Relations with Urzila Carlson

    Industrial Relations with Urzila Carlson
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    • 28 min
    Peter Kafka On Digital Media

    Peter Kafka On Digital Media

    Peter Kafka has been speaking to the most important people in media for the last decade.


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    • 39 min
    A Labor Of Love And Beer Money

    A Labor Of Love And Beer Money

    Think your podcast is niche? The Mac Admins podcast speaks to a tiny group of professionals each week - it has done for five years now.
    The show has gone from a weekly catch up has turned into "some beer money" - thanks to the hosts understanding and communicating with the community.

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    • 48 min
    Scott Galloway Wishes He Was Australian

    Scott Galloway Wishes He Was Australian

    Scott Galloway is one of the smartest thinkers with a microphone. Im so glad I was able to speak to him
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    Accidental Podcaster Fiona Reynolds On Her Hit Show, Accidental Celebrity

    Accidental Podcaster Fiona Reynolds On Her Hit Show, Accidental Celebrity

    In her long career as a journalist, Dr. Fiona Reynolds reported on the Thredbo landslide, interviewed Bruce and Denise Morcombe, who sacrificed their privacy to appeal for help in the search of the son Daniel, and spoke with Rosie Batty, who became the face of change in the move against domestic violence after an unfathomable tragedy.
     “I had seen many, many people throughout that time suddenly go from being anonymous to an overnight headline; their lives poured over, their personal lives made public.” says Reynolds. 
    “And I'd started to wonder whether these people had anything in common, whether there were any similarities, and how their experiences may have differed. 
    The idea became her thesis, and led her to interviewing ordinary people who became household names in Australia. When her thesis was complete, she knew she wanted to share these stories.


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    • 37 min

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