Have you really got enough quality content for a 50 minute podcast? 

Your listeners are time poor, so challenge yourself to offer them value every minute – or cut your episodes down to size I’ve spent some time this week catching up on all the news from last week’s Podcast Movement. PM is the big, annual US conference on all things podcasting. And while many sessions caught the eye, VP of Libsyn, … Read More

Podcast Series ‘Blurrt Out The Vote’ follows UK 2017 General Election

Hot on the heels of a hastily called General Election in the UK, Blurrt, a Cardiff based social data analytics company, commissioned Bengo Media to help them take their first steps in to the podcasting world to showcase how their skills could shed new light on classic election talking points. ‘Blurrt Out The Vote‘ was a weekly podcast that discussed … Read More

Four Podcasts to Take Your Mind Off Nuclear War

People talk about 2016 like it was the end of days. But if I were last year, I’d be talking to my lawyers right now, because it doesn’t have a patch on 2017. I’ve lost count of how many times my stomach has turned this year: the thought of civil rights being rolled back in America; the sheer man-made horror … Read More

The News Before Monday Night | Blurrt Out The Vote Election Podcast 3

Tom Price and Jason Smith, CEO of Blurrt, start this week’s podcast reflecting on the tragic events in Manchester, which paused general election campaigning temporarily. They then move on to talk about the stories that were making the news before Monday night’s terrorist attack. This included Twitter’s lukewarm verdict on the Conservative manifesto and particularly the introduction of a so-called … Read More

A Week of Manifestos, NHS Hacks and Fighting Off Fish Fingers

Blurrt Out The Vote – the podcast which analyses what social media is doing during the 2017 General Election – returns for episode 2. You can listen using the player at the bottom of this page. Recorded live at Tramshed Tech in Cardiff, Tom Price is joined by CEO of social media insights platform, Blurrt, Jason Smith and Valerie Livingston, Director … Read More

Does Twitter agree this General Election is all but over?

Theresa’s eaten a cone of chips, her husband’s put the bins out, Haley from Corrie made an appearance, Diane forgot how to add up and Tim’s been heckled by a member of the public. There’s no doubting it, the General Election is in full swing. And the polls think it’s a foregone conclusion – the latest polls have the Tories … Read More