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In this video, the speakers discuss various trends in the podcast industry and the future of podcasting. They explore topics such as the growth of podcasts in France, the monetization of podcasts, the importance of storytelling and relationship building, and the potential for innovation and internationalization in the industry. They also touch on the emerging trends in podcast advertising and the shift towards personalized and non-intrusive ads. Overall, the speakers emphasize the need for creativity, community engagement, and adapting to new formats in order to continue the development and success of podcasts in the future.

  • 00:00:00 In this section, the excerpt discusses the upcoming podcast trends and the first edition of the "été du podcast" event, which is organized by the group Controle en Partenariat avec Kiss Kiss Bang Bang and le Pod to explore the podcasts of the future. During this event, there will be conferences, pitch contests, and masterclasses, among other things, transitioning from voluntary audience members to actively selecting and engaging with attendees through the chat room. The conferees include Marc Antoine, Cédric Bicoque, and Charlotte Pudlowski, among others. The event aims to explore how the podcast industry will continue to develop and adapt to the changing landscape, regardless of its virtual nature.
  • 00:05:00 In this section, the panel discusses the podcast activity of Prisma Médias, a group that produces a sprint magazine, among other media. Gwendoline Michaelis, the director of the premium audio on Prisma Médias, posits that there is a natural overlap between the group's podcast activity, which aligns with the content of their magazines and online offerings. As a result, Prisma Médias has launched more than 40 podcast formats, resulting in over 2,000 episodes and 20 million listeners in France. They have also expanded their reach through various platforms and have a strong audience of active listeners. The panel emphasizes the importance of storytelling and relationship building in podcasts, which makes them an attractive option for media companies looking to engage with their audience.
  • 00:10:00 In this section of the video excerpt, the speaker discusses the current state of podcasts in France. First, they mention that the podcast has become a popular form of storytelling, with many journalists choosing to use it as a way to return to a medium where they can write longer articles in a different format from traditional printed press. The speaker also talks about the monetization of podcasts and how it has become a growing concern as the podcast industry matures in France. They discuss the fact that there are fewer tools available for measuring the success of podcasts in France compared to more mature markets such as the US and UK. However, the speaker notes that since there has been a rise in popularity, there has been a focus on measuring the performance of podcasts more accurately. Another topic of conversation is audience engagement, with the speaker highlighting the importance of gaining the trust and investment of advertisers in the podcast industry. They also touch on the technical aspects of sponsorship and the need to ensure transparency for advertisers. Overall, the speaker highlights the growth and development that has taken place in the French podcast industry over the past year and suggests that this will continue in the future.
  • 00:15:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the importance of the podcast as a territory for journalistic creation and innovation. They highlight the enthusiasm and creativity that journalists have shown towards podcasts, unlike previous forms of media such as video or social media. They emphasize the need to continue pushing the boundaries of creativity and innovation in the podcasting space, rather than solely focusing on its economic potential. They also mention the trust that the podcast medium inspires, making it a valuable platform for advertisers to communicate with their audience. Overall, the speaker emphasizes the importance of maintaining podcasting as a territory of editorial and intellectual creativity.
  • 00:20:00 In this section of the podcast excerpt, the speaker discusses the trend of podcasts in the modern era. They speculate that the increase in podcast production is due to a desire to differentiate from traditional podcasts, as well as to target new audiences. The new podcasts will allow for a more diverse range of topics to be explored and the ability to cater to younger audiences. Upon passengers aboard a train hurtling through the English countryside. Our presenter casts a somewhat wistful eye towards the passing countryside, and barks into his microphone, "Sorry about the background noise". Our route today is taking us on a journey through the world of podcasts, with current affairs, political commentary, and life-coaching all jostling for airspace on the digital audio landscape. But despite the increasing competition, the podcasters don't seem to mind.
  • 00:25:00 In this section, the discussion focuses on two emerging trends in podcast advertising. The first trend is centered around traditional advertising methods, such as spot advertisements, which rely on high volume and strong audience reach. However, this approach is still limited in France due to small audience volumes and niche listener demographics. The second trend leans towards high-quality advertising formats, such as branded sponsorships and immersive storytelling. The panel emphasizes the importance of well-executed and authentic advertising that aligns with the podcast content. Listeners prefer advertisements that are well-incorporated and add value to the overall listening experience. Brands are finding success by partnering with podcast studios and media groups that can produce engaging and informative content with professional journalists. Ultimately, the prevailing sentiment is that podcasts offer a unique opportunity for brands to connect with listeners on a deeper level, and traditional advertising methods may not be as effective in this medium.
  • 00:30:00 In this section, the speakers discuss the future trends in podcasting. They mention that fake advertisements will not work in podcasts and that there is a growing trend of personalized, non-intrusive ads in premium platforms like Spotify. They also discuss the potential direction of podcasting in France, whether it will lean towards quality and custom content or stick to traditional formats. They mention that the podcasting landscape is changing and becoming more creative, with brands showing interest in podcast ads that are different from traditional radio spots. They predict a mix of both creative audio formats and sponsored content in the podcasting market. Additionally, they mention that while podcasting is growing in France, there is still a need for more diverse content and that podcasts are not limited to urban areas, but are also consumed by audiences in smaller cities and towns.
  • 00:35:00 In this section, the speakers discuss the future trends in podcasting. They mention that as the podcasting industry continues to grow, there will be a variety of new uses and applications for podcasts beyond traditional studio productions. They highlight the role of independent creators and how media outlets can help evangelize the podcast medium. They also discuss the importance of identifying specific themes and topics that resonate with listeners, such as genres, identities, and sexuality. In terms of formats, they mention the increasing popularity of audio fiction and investigative journalism, as well as the potential for high-quality productions with strong storytelling. They also note the trend towards direct monetization of podcasts through community support, allowing creators to sustain their work and develop dedicated fan bases. Overall, they suggest that podcasting is moving towards a more direct and personal relationship between creators and listeners, bypassing traditional intermediaries.
  • 00:40:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the growing popularity of podcasts and how they have evolved from a niche medium to a mainstream one. He mentions two examples of successful podcasts in France - Tepic Magellan and Gwendoline - and their shift towards fiction formats. The speaker also highlights the importance of community building in podcasts, with listeners becoming more engaged and emotionally invested in the content. To further engage with their audience, Charlotte has launched a podcast club, where listeners can connect with like-minded individuals and participate in masterclasses. The speaker emphasizes the need to develop a strong community around podcasts, as it nourishes their creators and provides valuable insights for future stories.
  • 00:45:00 In this section of the YouTube video titled "Les tendances de demain dans le podcast - L'Été du Podcast", the speakers discuss the topic of podcast internationalization. They point out that while podcasts may seem like a niche medium, they have the potential to reach a global audience and are becoming increasingly popular. The speakers explain that platforms such as Sibel in France and Spotify are working on adapting and translating content for international audiences, and that in France, the radio industry is particularly strong and well-funded, providing a unique cultural advantage. The speakers also suggest exploring new innovative ideas for podcast content and collaborating with international partners to reach a wider audience. They refer to France and américain in particular and mention the need for creativity when it comes to finding new and exciting content to engage listeners.
  • 00:50:00 In this section, Cédric discusses the podcast industry in France and its potential for innovation. He mentions the podcast "Philippe 360" which allows listeners to relive 360-degree concerts, a service provided by France's public sector. Cédric also talks about the growing use of connected devices such as TVs and cars for podcast consumption, including Apple's default podcast format, which dominates the market at present. He remarked that Apple's plans to produce its own native podcast are promising and may open up new possibilities for the create new original podcasts. Cédric also discussed the podcast producer as a content creator, mentioning "Marion CClin and Nathalie" who produce a fiction podcast campaign "Conscience" that uses audio messaging to tell an ongoing story. Finally, Cédric also talks about the future of podcasts, saying there is still plenty of room to invent and to train people to understand and learn from the world around them.
  • 00:55:00 In this section, the speakers discuss the trends in podcasts for the future. They highlight the importance of providing content that is enjoyable and entertaining, as well as informative. They also mention the rise of new formats and styles of podcasts, such as interview-based podcasts like "Dr. Voir" that create a unique listening experience. They predict that podcasts will continue to evolve and become a major form of communication and media, with potential to even transform traditional radio. They also discuss the emergence of interactive podcasts that are compatible with smart devices, allowing for a more immersive user experience. Overall, they emphasize the need for podcasts to adapt and innovate in order to capture and retain audience attention.

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This video discusses several trends regarding the future of podcasts. The speakers mention the potential expansion of podcast audiences to include older demographics, as the audio format is seen as more accessible for older individuals. They also explain how podcast audience calculations work and suggest that media platforms and agencies may be willing to invest in podcast sponsorships. Monetization in podcasting is discussed, with the speakers explaining that journalists are paid for their work and listeners contribute financially. They also highlight the importance of quality and storytelling in building an audience. The participants discuss the space for independent podcasts within the market and encourage podcasters to focus on original content. The video concludes with a mention of upcoming conferences covering various topics related to podcasts and storytelling.

  • 01:00:00 In this section, the speakers discuss the potential expansion of podcast audiences to include older demographics. They note that like other new technologies, podcasts initially appeal to younger generations but eventually gain popularity among older individuals. The audio format is seen as more accessible for older individuals who may not be as familiar with internet tools like Instagram. Additionally, the speakers explain how podcast audience calculations work, including filtering out bots and fraudulent IPs. They mention that if a person listens to multiple podcasts within 24 hours, they are counted as one listen for each podcast. They also touch on the economic trends in podcasting, suggesting that during the current crisis, media platforms and agencies may be willing to invest in podcast sponsorships. However, they advise Nicolas, who wants to launch a monetized podcast, to consider working with agencies, such as Prisma or Au Chat, that have a strong interest in podcasting.
  • 01:05:00 In this section, the speakers discuss the topic of monetization in podcasting. They explain that in their case, the journalists are the ones being paid for their work, and this leads to the listeners having to contribute financially. They mention that their model is similar to selling a documentary instead of uploading videos on YouTube. They also mention that they have developed a document for people to pitch their podcast ideas to them, which allows everyone to have access to the same information. The speakers also discuss the process of creating a podcast independently and then approaching platforms for hosting and distribution. They explain that there is a selection process, similar to pitching an article to a newspaper, and that larger media companies offer more visibility. They mention that building an audience takes time and relies heavily on word of mouth, and that the quality and story of the content are crucial.
  • 01:10:00 In this section, the participants discuss the space for independent podcasts within the market. They mention that there is room for everyone, but it's not easy to make a living solely from podcasting unless you have a large audience and attract sponsors. They also highlight the case of podcasters who started independently but now work for platforms or studios. However, they emphasize that there are still many opportunities to create and innovate in the podcasting industry. They encourage podcasters to focus on original and unexpected content, rather than jumping on popular trends. They mention the importance of exploring topics like feminism and anti-racism, which still have much to offer. The section concludes with a mention of upcoming conferences that will cover the passionate relationship between podcasts and their audiences, as well as the topics of new forms of storytelling and audio fiction.

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