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Another striking feature of podcasting scene in United States is strength of podcast production companies such as Gimlet, Stitcher, and Wondery. These studios produce 26 of top trending domestic news shows in United States and their shows are widely consumed around world. Wondery recently held top chart position in seven countries around world with its blockbuster true crime series Dr Death, story of two-year-killing spree committed by spinal surgeon Christopher Duntsch. Show Has Been Translated Into Number Of Languages And Is Destined For TV Spin-off. In many cases, studios are creating content in partnership with media brands. Stitcher produce Today explain with Vox Media and Wondery collaborate with Boston Globe on Gladiator, investigative series about secret life of American footballer Aaron Hernandez. Elsewhere, independent sector is far more nascent. In France, Louie Media has produced number of successful narrative podcasts, including Injustices, series about sexual harassment within French journalism. In Australia there are handful of independent producers working closely with media companies, while television company Ten has recently set up native podcast studio called 10 Speaks. It has created talk show called Professor and Hack and true crime hit Wheres William Tyrrell? By comparison, in UK there was no domestic podcast production in top 200, though number of independent production companies do create hit shows on behalf of BBC, so this figure may be slightly misleading. Overall, independent podcasting companies account less than one tenth of all popular domestic news podcasts list in five countries. This could be because it is hard to compete with traditional companies in news-so focus is often on documentary, lifestyle, sport, or creating content for brands. It will be interesting to see if countries outside US can support more independent studios as market grow-or if big US companies will move in. Others have defined themselves almost as alternative to Daily. We saw afternoon space as opportunity because lot of shows were consolidated around morning, says Jessica Stahl, Head of Audio at Washington Post, which launched more than year after Times with proposition that was aimed at evening commuters. Post has also tried to differentiate itself with format of three stories each day, showing off variety of its journalism as well as its depth.

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Introduction

News podcasts make up small proportion of 770 000 existing podcasts, as categorise by Apple, but general appeal and stickiness of news content mean that category punches well above its weight in terms of consumption. News makes up around fifth of most popular episodes in United States Apple charts. It is similar picture in other countries, with third of top podcast episodes in France categorise as news, and just under fifth in Sweden, Australia, and United Kingdom. Category Itself Is Also Growing Rapidly. Number Of New News Podcasts Globally Rose By Almost 12 000 Between January And October 2019-increase Of Around Third According To Data Provided By Chartable. Talk and interview shows are most popular sub-genre within news, along with one-off narrative series, but daily news has become increasingly important focus. We have identified almost 60 native daily news podcasts across our five countries, with majority of these shows having launched in last 18 months. Some of most popular daily news podcasts in United States-such as Daily from New York Times-are attracting audiences of millions, while others are struggling in increasingly competitive market. Elsewhere, audiences are more modest but showing consistent growth. We have identified three sub-categories of daily news podcasts: micro-bulleti ns, with of between 1 and 5 minutes. News round-ups, with length of between and 15 minutes. Deep-dives, with length of 20 minutes or more. Our research shows many publishers from print or digital-born backgrounds have focused on single-subject deep-dives that play to their strengths in analysis and explanation. Print journalists have enthusiastically embraced these new forms of storytelling, finding natural add-on to existing workflows. By contrast, broadcasters have focused on producing micro-bulletins and redistributing existing radio programmes as podcasts. Where they have commissioned digital-born or native these have often been aimed at younger and more diverse audiences that they are finding hard to reach through linear channels. Some commercial publishers are already deriving significant revenue from podcasts, especially in United States. More than half of Slates ' revenue now comes from podcasts. NPR is expecting to earn 55m from next year, overtaking radio in terms of sponsorship income. But outside English-speaking world and in smaller markets, monetisation is far more challenging, with lower consumption and much lower interest from advertisers. But short-term revenue often not only motivation. Publishers see podcasts as good way to build brand awareness and loyalty, which some hope may eventually transfer into subscriptions or donations. New platforms are shaking up podcast market, bringing new ideas and extra investment. Apple still accounts for majority of podcast use, but Spotify has double its market share in last year. 3 number of pay content providers are commissioning original content, using Netflix-type models, and significant sums for production of exclusive content.

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Results

Our initial literature search generated total of 440 citations. This was reduced to 324 articles after automating manual de-duplication. Seventeen additional papers were identified through other sources, for total of 341 records. Initial screening by title and yield 115 articles. Full Text Was Available And Review For 113 Of These Articles, Of Which 84 Met Inclusion Criteria. Supplementary Table 1 contains all 84 references, data and notes. Fifty-eight of included articles describe prevalence of use, of existing podcasts and feasibility of production. Of these, 25 current usage, 27 have descriptions of existing podcasts, five describe how to make podcasts, and one review addresses feasibility. Table 1 details content of these papers.

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