The Center of Attention
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The Center of Attention is a podcast for anyone with (or in) an online audience who wants to understand how their digital behavior relates to the attention economy at large. By questioning data from multiple perspectives, Parse.ly co-founders and hosts Sachin Kamdar and Andrew Montalenti attempt to illuminate what we’re really paying attention to. Start paying attention.
||Clean05 Feeding Online Appetites in 2017 // “There’s a huge hunger for political and news content.”||Sachin and Andrew reflect on assumptions the digi…||1/3/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean04 Get AMPed // “Google’s back, baby.”||Sachin and Andrew discuss implications of Google …||12/20/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean03 Long Live Long-form // “So, our attention span isn't getting killed?”||Sachin and Andrew take a look at engaged time dat…||11/30/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean02 Search Intent vs. Social Serendipity // “The war for people’s time”||Sachin and Andrew decode data behind the Facebook…||11/30/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean01 The Great Reckoning // “The ad only internet is basically a thing of the past.”||In the inaugural episode, Sachin and Andrew discu…||11/30/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
This podcast is perfect for anyone who wants to understand how people are spending their attention online. Sachin and Andrew do a terrific job at making me think about the future of digital content in new and insightful ways.
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Really great to hear industry insiders talk about the happenings of data analytics. I’m excited to tune it for each new show, it’s like going to school and learning from experts twice a month!
If you want a leg up, make this part of your routine!
Fascinating data and commentary
Good mix of review of current events, data, and analysis. Not to mention, has me really thinking about the average person spending 12 hours per day with digital media and what else I could (should) be doing with my time!