YouTube is one of the most effective avenues for promoting your podcast. However, there is a method to the popular social media channel. You can’t simply upload your video episode and see overnight success. YouTube has over 2.6 billion active users. They’re investing heavily into the podcasting space by hiring a Director of Podcasting and publishing a slide deck of plans for podcasting. If you’re looking to expand the average monthly listeners for your show, YouTube might be the best next move.
On this episode, two relatively new start-up news organizations with similar missions have been launched, can they survive as advertised? Erin Overbey has complained her way out of a job at The New Yorker, was bringing her grievances to social media to blame? What’s up with the new programming at CNN? And what’s going on at Twitter with Elon Musk now? Emily is joined by Lylah Alphonse of The Boston Globe, Jon Keller of WBZ-TV, and former NECN anchor Mike Nikitas.
Emily interviews former longtime WCVB-TV Boston news anchor Natalie Jacobson, discussing her new book “Every Life a Story”. They discuss the glory days of Boston TV and the future of the news cycle as a whole. They also talk about the pros and cons of working with a spouse under the public eye.
On this special episode of Beat the Press, host Emily Rooney is joined by longtime Fox News anchor Bill O’Reilly to discuss the state of the news business.
From banning Russian athletes at Wimbledon to CMA Fest in Nashville, catch up with the hosts and partners of MuddHouse Media from June 2022! Plus, Emily Rooney dedicated an entire episode to discussing the role of the media in covering the mass shootings after Uvalde.
A deep dive into the coverage of the January 6th hearings, how the story was and WAS NOT told depending on the network; on Watergate’s 50th anniversary, discussion on the similarities between that event and the January 6th insurrection; and the continuing issues at The Washington Post that has led to a suspension of one writer and the firing of another. Host Emily Rooney with media consultant Susie Banikarim, former NECN anchor Mike Nikitas, and Jon Keller from WBZ-TV.
The Media and Mass Shootings: The Contagion Effect, Covering the Shooter, Photographs, and Politics — Beat the Press with Emily Rooney
A single theme on this episode of Beat the Press: The Media and the mass shooting dilemma. Does the press contribute to mass shooting contagion? How much should be reported about the gunmen themselves? What would happen if the photos from gruesome mass shootings were made public? When is it to son to bring up the politics of guns? Joining host Emily Rooney are Lylah Alponse of The Boston Globe, Joanna Weiss of Experience Magazine, and Dan Kennedy of Northeastern University.
In this episode; What is Replacement Theory and do believers care about the facts? Do GOP candidates have names and positions or is it just enough to say “Trump backed”? The Blame Game: who leaked the Supreme Court decision on Roe v Wade? What the head is a UAP? That and the panels ‘rants and raves of the week. Host Emily Rooney with media consultant Susie Banikarim, former NECN anchor Mike Nikitas, and Dan Kennedy from Northeastern University.
Top of the World Podcast: WTC developer Larry Silverstein reflects on the future of office space in a post-pandemic world
“Top of the World: Lessons from Rebuilding the World Trade Center” explores the historic 20-year rebuilding of the new World Trade Center through the eyes of those at the center of the action.
How did Thomas Randolph earn the nickname the “Black Widower”? Why are two Emmy-nominated journalists, Melissa McCarty and Kelly McLear, taking on podcast story-telling? And the biggest question of them all, is Thomas Randolph guilty or innocent?
Being American with Deval Patrick is the newest addition to the diverse podcast network at MuddHouse Media. As we lead up to one of the most significant elections in American history, Former Governor of Massachusetts, Deval Patrick will lead a conversation about what it means to be American in 2020.
Across the sports world, drastic changes have been implemented to ensure the safety of the players, coaches, and commentators. The NBA popularized the use of a bubble to restrict athletes from coming into contact with anyone who may have contracted COVID-19.