Chatterbox #282 – The future of podcasting

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Podcasts are evolving. From the technology used to the companies producing them and everything in between, the podcasting industry is seeing a lot of new, exciting changes. In this episode, Andrew and Anna talk about the changes they’ve seen, and discuss what it might mean for the future of podcasting.

The Chatterbox series is designed for intermediate and advanced English learners. Podcasts and audio lessons are a great way to improve your English listening skills. Culips’ Chatterbox episodes feature natural, unedited conversations between native speakers, so you can build your English skills and learn something new at the same time.

Fun facts

As of November 2021, there are over two million podcasts available in the world, with over 48 million episodes total. The average podcast listener listens to between five and seven different shows per week.

Expressions included in the study guide

  • Come on [one’s] radar
  • The Wild West
  • Hedge [one’s] bets
  • Saturate
  • Raise the bar
  • Walled garden

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Music Credit: Something Elated by Broke For Free, Step On by Jahzzar
Photo Credit: CoWomen(Unsplash.com)

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