Despite spending (what seems like) 100 hours every day working on RadioWeave, I’m not very good at describing the service. So it was nice to come across someone who can make a refreshingly good description of what we’re doing (at least with regard to podcasts), even though, as far as I know, he’s never used RadioWeave.
Andrew Dubber is publishing 30 days of ideas this month. In idea #4, he explains how a better radio can be formed by modularizing and reassembling content that is being made every day, and how it can benefit listeners and publishers.
It’s all about modularization, workflow, and magic!
So skip our own embarrassing attempts to describe the future of radio, and instead read Andrew Dubber - 30 days of ideas - 04