Podcasting’s Structural Bias Towards Trash

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In my podcasting producing life, I wear two hats.

By day, I make punchy current affairs and corporate work, which includes producing a fair amount of what could loosely be described as ‘celebrity interviews’. But by night, I don a mask and cape and make quite glossy documentary podcasts; crafted little things that I labour over for months.

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Writer. Podcast entrepreneur. London. Interested in technology and the media. Co-founder podotpods.com Email: nick@podotpods.com.

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Nick Hilton

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Writer. Podcast entrepreneur. London. Interested in technology and the media. Co-founder podotpods.com Email: nick@podotpods.com.

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