Introducing! The podcast reader

I thought you’d like to know of a venture I’m on the board of which is a global monthly magazine being published out of Melbourne dedicated to publishing the best podcast interviews of the month as a printed magazine for sitting back and enjoying though it’s also being distributed as a digital magazine.

You can download our first edition from this link.

Please enjoy and feel free to let others know of its existence! The website is here.

If you’re particularly keen and think there’s a fair chance you might subscribe and/or you’d like to show the magazine to others, please email me your physical address and I’ll see what I can get you.

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3 Responses to Introducing! The podcast reader

  1. Chris Lloyd says:

    How does this work Nick? It must be very expensive to convert a podcast into readable prose. I actually do not have a preference for print over audio myself so I doubt I would subscribe.

  2. Cameron Reilly says:

    I didn’t realise this was a local production. Interesting development. Hope it goes well.

  3. Nicholas Gruen says:

    Thanks Chris,

    We use rev.com to produce transcripts (I’m actually surprised it’s as expensive as it is. I’d have thought machine transcription plus tidying up would do the trick, but apparently not. It’s manually transcribed at least according to the website. In any event, it isn’t a huge cost. Then there’s a fair bit of editing. And as you can see a lot of production of graphics and so on. I love listening to podcasts too, but it was started by someone who is very keen on the design and seems to be doing a great job getting that done. Subscriptions seem to be going well!

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