In December, I uploaded the following four readings from myself and John Moore to the YouTube and the Jellycast feeds:
Currently, I am prioritizing the recording of Mutual Exchange articles. I am still churning through the November/December Mutual Exchange symposium: Property: Occupancy and Use. I hope to have the most read ones recorded within the next couple of months.
The intern interviews are still pending. However, with the holiday season finally being over, I anticipate scheduling will be much easier.
Nick has been diligently uploading Christopher King’s excellent reading of Gary Chartier’s Conscience of an Anarchist. Here is the most recent upload.
I am still planning to begin a weekly or monthly news commentary podcast within the next few months. The exact timing of this project will depend on how many volunteers are available to help with it.
Social Media Figures
Facebook: net +7 Likes
YouTube: 2305 views in December 2962 views in November, 82,790 total
+21 net subscriptions in December, +10 net subscriptions in November, 1229 total Subscribers
Earnings Estimates: $5.62 in December, $4.36 in November, $36.02 Lifetime Earnings
A meaningful audio-visual media presence takes a lot of effort. In November, I spent 20 hours doing everything from writing this monthly report to editing other readers’ audio to planning future interviews. This amount of time likely needs to double in order to ensure consistent improvements in the quality of our output and growth of our subscriber base. Bottom line, Feed44 needs readers, editors, and content creators!
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