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Anyone have ideas on how to guess

2022-01-22 19:45:02.879137+01 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

Anyone have ideas on how to guess relative markets for podcasts vs videos? I host a Zoom forum that we're posting as video, and we're talking about format changes that would let it podcast better, but don't know if that's productive.

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#Comment Re: Anyone have ideas on how to guess made: 2022-01-23 17:01:04.565395+01 by: TheSHAD0W

Might be worth putting an audio-only version up without making too many format changes, seeing how many listeners you get and how many complaints about "I couldn't tell what you were talking about" there are, and adjusting or discontinuing accordingly.

#Comment Re: Anyone have ideas on how to guess made: 2022-01-25 01:45:50.047281+01 by: Dan Lyke

Yeah, I really should just do the audio files of the existing ones for starters. A simple matter of more Perl...

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