Nos treize meilleurs épisodes de podcasts pour les fêtes de fin d'année. 10 Reasons to Listen to Welcome to Night Vale. Welcome to Night Vale is a podcast written by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor, and produced by Commonplace Books.
Each 20-30 minute long episode is narrated almost entirely by Cecil Baldwin and takes the form of “a twice-monthly podcast in the style of community updates for the small desert town of Night Vale, featuring local weather, news, announcements from the Sheriff’s Secret Police, mysterious lights in the night sky, dark hooded figures with unknowable powers, and cultural events.” Often sinister, frequently funny, always brilliant and utterly unique; here are ten reasons why you should “turn on your radio and hide”: 10. "Welcome to Night Vale” : le podcast qui vous rendra accro. The Killer Podcast Demystified: 5 Secrets to Success. A WhatsApp message popped up on my screen from Anthony: “You should know that I’m getting calls from around the world congratulating me on solving the entire case after the third episode.
I’m obsessed — I haven’t slept properly since I listened to the first podcast.” It was the first time I’d ever received a message that had anything to do with the word “podcast.” I’d soon learn from my friend — and many others across my social feeds — that he was talking about Serial. The non-fictional podcast series, debuted in October 2014, unravels the mysterious case behind a murder that took place in 1999 in Baltimore. It had taken the Internet by storm since its debut in October 2014, breaking the record for the fastest podcast series to reach 5 million downloads in iTunes history as listeners worldwide latched on. The real secret of “Serial”: How it revolutionizes the podcast. Le Donjon de Naheulbeuk, la nouvelle série déjantée de Canal+
Connaissez-vous « Le Donjon de Naheulbeuk » ?
Créée en 2001 par John Lang aka Pen of Chaos, cette saga bien connue des rôlistes est proposée à l’origine en format MP3 et distribuée gratuitement sur le net. Rapidement l’oeuvre conquiert un large public et va se décliner en romans, BD, musiques, produits dérivés. Le studio français Nomad Films a décidé de transposer l’univers à la TV en produisant une série de 52 épisodes de 7 minutes qui sera diffusée sur Canal+…. La saga de John Lang narre la quête d’une équipe d’aventuriers débutants, un ranger, un nain, une elfe, un voleur, une magicienne, un ogre et un barbare.
Très originale par son format de diffusion, Le Donjon de Naheulbeuk s’est enrichi au fil des saisons de l’influence d’une communauté de fans très active… Une communauté qui trépigne d’impatience de découvrir sa transposition télévisuelle. Aucune date de diffusion officielle n’a été avancée par Canal+, mais a priori ce ne sera pas avant 2016… patience donc ! 4 Storytelling Tips From The Co-Creator Of Blockbuster Mystery Podcast "Serial"
For the past several weeks, Thursday mornings have taken on a special meaning for hundreds of thousands of curious souls around the world.
That's when the makers of the podcast Serial release the latest installment of the weekly show. You'll know the new one has arrived when your Twitter timeline begins to look like a Serial word cloud. The true crime narrative show debuted earlier this fall to instant acclaim, and it has only gained in popularity each week—taking the top spot on iTunes, inspiring memes and Reddit sleuthing, and spawning bookshop listening parties and the like.
Attention, Filmmakers: Here Are the Secrets to the ‘Serial’ Podcast’s Storytelling Success. Attention, Filmmakers: Here Are the Secrets to the 'Serial' Podcast's Storytelling Success For now, at least, there are still two Americas: the half that is totally consumed by the podcast "Serial," and the one that will be once someone convinces them to start the first episode.
If you know someone who’s listening, and they have not already talked your ear off about it, you should feel free to ask them — it will not be difficult to pry an opinion out of them. The Storytelling Secrets of 'This American Life' and Other Top Radio Programs. Jeu Audio Urbain transmedia. 6 Reasons Why Podcasting Is The Future Of Storytelling. Since the beginning of time (and the advent of humans), oral storytelling has served a critical role as the sole means of abstracting experiences and emotions in narrative form.
Ancient oral storytellers were revered keepers of local knowledge, history, and traditions in their communities. Fast-forward many millennia and storytelling has greatly changed– video’s basically killed the radio star (save maybe Ira Glass and Howard Stern), but now we’ve got podcasts. And 2015 was a huge year for podcasting. Among other milestones, we saw megahit Serial crest 100 million downloads and the medium have its first interview with a sitting U.S. President. Source: gratisography.com Coming off this seismic growth, it’s natural to question if podcasting’s growth will be sustained or whether a collection of fluke events drove unusually high listener numbers, soon to revert back to the mean.
I believe podcasts are here to stay. 1.) In recent months, podcasting has seen unprecedented investment. 2.) 3.) #Podcast : quel avenir pour les programmes d’écoute ? - SMC France – Social Media Club France. A Crash Course in Narrative Podcasting (And Why You Should Create Them) The 14 Most Addictive Storytelling Podcasts Of 2015. The best podcasts for true stories, books and fiction. Voicing the Story: The Art and Craft of Podcast Narration – Poynter. When The Atlanta Journal-Constitution published its narrative series, "Through Hell and High Water: Two Hospitals, One Hurricane and an Epic Struggle to Rescue the Abandoned," the Katrina drama called on the usual complement of skilled journalists: a reporter, Jane O.
Hansen; an editor, Jan Winburn; a photojournalist, Mikki K. Harris; along with copy and photo editors, delivery drivers, ad sellers and the many other unsung heroes who make news delivery a daily and, increasingly, a 24/7 miracle. Et si le podcast audio prenait sa revanche sur la vidéo ? 12 podcasts that will tell you a fantastic story. It's official — the popular podcast Serial has surpassed 5 million downloads, making it the fastest podcast of all time to reach this milestone.
This tells us that people really like murder mysteries, but also confirms something else we've known for a long time — listeners want to hear a good story. Unsolved murders are compelling, yes, but Serial is compelling because it puts the listener as close as one can possibly get to an event that happened in 1999.