AppleVis Resumes Accepting Community-Submitted Podcasts
We are pleased to announce that AppleVis will resume accepting podcast submissions from the community.
In January 2016, we transitioned the AppleVis Podcast to a team-supported model. The members of our Podcast Team have produced a number of high-quality; informative; and engaging podcasts for the AppleVis community, and we sincerely appreciate their time and dedication.
However, despite having a team of talented podcasters producing content for AppleVis, the reality is that we have not been able to offer the community the number and variety of quality podcasts that we would desire—or that our listeners have come to expect. Thus, we have made the decision to resume accepting community podcast submissions.
If you are interested in submitting a demonstration for possible inclusion in a future AppleVis Podcast, please take a moment to read our podcast submission guidelines before recording. Following these guidelines is the best way to ensure that your podcast meets our quality standards.
We appreciate the support and contributions of each and every person who has made AppleVis the valuable resource that it is today, and we look forward to the future of the AppleVis Podcast with great anticipation.
I like this. I can understand why the apple editorial team went to a non-community-based podcast submition model, but i'm glad to hear that community members can once again submit podcasts.
I get it. You guys were trying something new, so it makes sense that if there are not much podcasts being done that now the community can resume doing it.
Great news! I look forward to hearing more podcasts from the community and maybe submitting one of my own someday.