2019 DOI: 10.33767/osf.io/4fcgu View full text Preprint
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John Sullivan

Abstract: This article explores the role of digital platforms in podcasting (both past and present) and their impacts on the emergent podcast industry structure, content, and governance. Nieborg and Poell’s (2018) theoretical framework for understanding the impacts of platformization on culture is leveraged here to better understand the changes underway in podcasting. Like other forms of media, podcasting is being profoundly re-shaped by platformization, though these transformations are distinct from other media in sev…

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