As already noted, the debut podcast “touched upon various stories including the Amazon/Penguin Random House contract deal, the recent change in Amazon Kindle Unlimited compensation terms, the Authors Guild fair contract initiative, the new Kindle Paperwhite, and more.”
The second show will happen June 28 at 2 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time, probably with listener call-ins.
Now—how to make the podcast even better? Share constructive feedback below with host Chris Meadows (first photo), Editor-in-Chief Juli Monroe (second) and Senior Writer Joanna Cabot (third). You can cover anything from the podcast’s substance to the current and planned formats.
What impressed me about the first show wasn’t just the level of expertise and thoughtfulness shown by Chris and colleagues. Along the way, the podcast came across as a gathering of witty old friends. I’m looking forward to future follow-ups with Paul St John Mackintosh and Susan Lulgjuraj. And remember, the podcast will soon be all over the place via iTunes.
Big thanks to Chris, the real mastermind behind the show.
Oh, and by the way, if any graphics folks would like to pitch in with some related work for the podcast and perhaps other parts of TeleRead, they can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and link to their portfolios.
Any fee or fees would be minuscule (yes, we’re working to improve the financial side of this site)—but here’s a chance to show off your talents to other members of the TeleRead community.
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