How Slate got season three of its ‘Slow Burn’ podcast to break download records before it even launched
|11/07/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Slate was one of the first publishers to embrace podcasting, and it now accounts for half of Slate’s revenue, up from 20% just a couple years ago.
- Season three of its popular “Slow Burn” podcast broke download records and sold through ads before the first episode even launched, CRO Charlie Kammerer told Business Insider.
- But as more podcasts become available, even established networks like Slate’s have to find new ways to make their shows stand out and generate revenue.
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