On Monday, NPR launched a podcast advertising program that will give viewers free ad space on its most popular shows.
But there’s not a single ad slot available for listeners to choose from, Goodman said.
That’s because NPR is charging advertisers a premium for the placement of podcast ads on its programs.
And while Goodman is happy that NPR is paying more for ad placement than any other news organization, she noted that there’s nothing inherently wrong with a paid ad spot.
She said that a podcast can benefit listeners financially and advertisers can choose what they want to show.
It’s an opportunity to engage with the broader audience. “
The podcast is an opportunity for you to be able to connect with people on a broader spectrum.
It’s an opportunity to engage with the broader audience.
It is also an opportunity, for example, to build relationships with listeners, to get them to stay on the show.”
Goodman said that podcast advertisers will also have to pay for the use of the ads, but she said that’s part of the reason NPR has opted to pay a premium.
Goodman said the program is designed to be affordable, which means it’s not available to everyone who’s interested in podcasting.
But she noted the program has already helped listeners with a variety of things, including helping them create more content for the website.
“I think we have a very strong brand,” Goodman said, adding that she was surprised to hear that NPR had decided to give up on the idea of a paid podcast advertising slot.
Goodman pointed out that other news organizations have been paying advertisers a higher rate for placement of ad spots on their shows, including the New York Times and NBC.
She noted that NPR would like to see more news organizations do the same.
“What we’re trying to do is build a new model where you pay for your ad space.
It may not be the cheapest, but it’s definitely the most fair and transparent,” she said, arguing that the public deserves to be aware that advertisers are paying a premium to be included on their podcasts.
NPR is not alone in trying to charge a premium price for its podcast advertising.
In March, the Associated Press and USA Today both announced that they would be offering podcast advertisers a discounted rate of $2.99 per episode for a period of one year.
But NPR did not announce the premium rate it would be paying for the podcast ad placement.
Goodman, who has written about the podcast industry for nearly 30 years, said she thinks the new NPR program is a positive step in the right direction.
“This is good news for listeners,” Goodman told Newsweek.
“We need more advertising.
We need more advertisers.
Goodman also said that she expects to see other news outlets follow NPR’s lead and offer a podcast ad program for free. “
NPR is a public service, and that’s why we have to be careful about what we’re paying for,” she added.
Goodman also said that she expects to see other news outlets follow NPR’s lead and offer a podcast ad program for free.
“As long as this doesn’t take away from the value of the podcast, it is worth it,” she noted.
Goodman noted that the program will give podcast advertisers something to use when they’re promoting the shows on their website.
She told Newsweek that she is not surprised that NPR has chosen to pay the premium, as it is a major revenue stream for NPR and that it’s a good way to help the podcasting community grow.
Goodman told The Huffington Post that she has received a lot of feedback from listeners about the program.
“Some people really appreciate it,” Goodman noted.
“There are some people that have been really appreciative.
But I think it’s been really good for listeners, and I’m sure it will be.”