Martin Spinelli

co-author of the book “Podcasting: The Audio Media Revolution;” co-host of the podcast series “For Your Ears Only”; senior lecturer in the School of Media, Film & Music at the University of Sussex

Martin Spinelli on KCRW

Doesn’t it seem like everybody has a podcast these days? Comedians, actresses, business owners, journalists, chefs. The podcast startup, Luminary, is capitalizing on that.

Luminary wants to be the Netflix of podcasting, but is it too late to cash in?

Doesn’t it seem like everybody has a podcast these days? Comedians, actresses, business owners, journalists, chefs. The podcast startup, Luminary, is capitalizing on that.

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