Get podcasts that match the length of your driving commute with Acast and Ford

Posted by acast on Feb 26, 2018 4:01 PM

Remember back in November when we won the Ford “Make it Driveable” hackathon? Well now the Acast mobile app is actually available in Ford cars! At Mobile World Congress, Ford announced that our mobile app will be made available to drivers. It will offer offline downloads and an intelligent recommendation engine that analyses commute times […]

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Categories: Innovation, team acast

Australia’s oldest and most reputable newspaper, Betoota Advocate, makes the move into podcasting with Acast

Posted by acast on Feb 16, 2018 10:57 AM

The Betoota Advocate, a small and independent regional newspaper from far-west Queensland and arguably Australia’s oldest newspaper, has announced they will be taking the plunge into podcasting. The podcasts will be hosted on the Acast platform, the world’s leading technology infrastructure for audio on demand and podcasts, and will be available on iTunes, the Acast […]

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Categories: australia, Podcast

Whiting Wongs selected as USA Today podcast pick!

Posted by acast on Nov 4, 2017 1:00 AM

Woke up this morning to see a cool feature on a brand new Acast hosted show “Whiting Wongs with Dan Harmon and Jessica Gao” in USA Today! The show was selected to be this week’s podcast pick and we love to see our creators getting recognized. Read the piece here.

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Categories: Podcast

The Swedish Serial Gets Man Acquitted After 13 Years In Jail

Posted by acast on Jun 16, 2017 5:00 PM

True crime podcasts are v hot right now. For the past 4 years, Swedish investigative duo Anton Berg and Martin Johnson have been making a podcast exploring Sweden’s most controversial criminal cases. AND, this summer, they cracked a 13 year old murder mystery resulting in the release of Kaj Linna from jail after 13 years. 

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Categories: In The Media, Podcast, Sweden

Where does all the radio money go?

Posted by acast on Jun 1, 2017 5:00 PM

The question on everyone’s mind these days is what is next for radio! Co-founder Karl Rosander shared his thoughts on the evolution and revolution of the $33 billion radio market with MediaPost.

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Categories: Industry, Podcast, Radio