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'''Hot Pod''' is a an industry newsletter and website focusing on the state of [[Podcast|podcasting]] around the world. It was created by [[Nicholas Quah]] in 2014. As one of the few places to find regular news about podcasts, it also serves as an outlet for podcasters to discuss business models, developing trends and the future of the industry.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.niemanlab.org/2019/11/as-hot-pod-turns-5-these-are-the-problems-podcasters-are-most-frustrated-by/|title=As Hot Pod turns 5, these are the problems podcasters are most frustrated by|website=Nieman Lab|access-date=2019-11-27}}</ref><ref>[https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/features/spotify-aims-become-worlds-no-1-audio-platform-1256162]</ref>
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'''Hot Pod''' is an industry newsletter and website focusing on the state of [[Podcast|podcasting]] around the world. It was created by [[Nicholas Quah]] in 2014. As one of the few places to find regular news about podcasts, it also serves as an outlet for podcasters to discuss business models, developing trends and the future of the industry.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.niemanlab.org/2019/11/as-hot-pod-turns-5-these-are-the-problems-podcasters-are-most-frustrated-by/|title=As Hot Pod turns 5, these are the problems podcasters are most frustrated by|website=Nieman Lab|access-date=2019-11-27}}</ref><ref>[https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/features/spotify-aims-become-worlds-no-1-audio-platform-1256162]</ref>
  
 
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Template:One source Hot Pod is an industry newsletter and website focusing on the state of podcasting around the world. It was created by Nicholas Quah in 2014. As one of the few places to find regular news about podcasts, it also serves as an outlet for podcasters to discuss business models, developing trends and the future of the industry.[1][2]

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