In depth: podcasts

In depth: podcasts

Tanya Brennand-Roper is the voice behind HarperCollins’ podcast BookD. Doing something a little bit different with audio content was her inspiration behind launching the fortnightly podcast three years ago.

“I started writing and recording things for different podcasts because I thought there was a gap in the market,” she says. “There are a lot of podcasts out there, and they are all free which is great, but they all seemed a bit bland—quite dull, with no variety. I just thought with all the creativity that is in the publishing world you can throw that into a podcast and do something a ...

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