Articles tagged “podcast”

Airline Weekly Podcast: Expect the Unexpected in the Aviation Industry

Airline Weekly Podcast: Expect the Unexpected in the Aviation Industry

Jason Cottrell, Skift

To build on a cliché, the only certainty in the airline industry is uncertainty. The past few weeks provided all the evidence necessary to reinforce that this is correct.

4 months ago

Airline Weekly Podcast: Third Quarter Struggles, Turnarounds and a Missed Opportunity

Airline Weekly Podcast: Third Quarter Struggles, Turnarounds and a Missed Opportunity

Jason Cottrell, Skift

With fuel costs rising 37 percent in the U.S. airline sector, you might expect airline earnings to be declining — and they certainly did in the third quarter. But exceptionally strong demand enabled some U.S. airlines to make their story more about revenue than costs.

5 months ago

Hotel Podcasts Really Want to Be the Next Big Thing in Content Marketing

Hotel Podcasts Really Want to Be the Next Big Thing in Content Marketing

Deanna Ting, Skift

That podcasts are popular is undeniable. But will these hotel-produced and curated podcast playlists actually gain traction with listeners who eventually become paying guests? That's the tricky part and honestly, we're not so sure they will.

2 years ago

Podcasts to Load Up for Your Thanksgiving Travels

Podcasts to Load Up for Your Thanksgiving Travels

Sarah Enelow, Skift

Hitting the road, train station, bus station, or airport for Thanksgiving? Take these podcasts with you to ease the stress.

2 years ago

Roads and Kingdoms Extends Its Brand of Travel Reportage Into Podcasts

Roads and Kingdoms Extends Its Brand of Travel Reportage Into Podcasts

Colin Nagy, Skift

In the same way that R&K has made the world larger with its travel reporting, expect them to do the same in this new form.

2 years ago

5 Insights Into Disney and Universal’s Modern Theme Park Strategies

5 Insights Into Disney and Universal’s Modern Theme Park Strategies

Sarah Enelow, Skift

Today's theme parks are a far cry from the previous generation. Disney is still setting the pace, but the offerings, pricing, and technology are evolving fast.

2 years ago

10 Skift Podcasts You May Have Missed in 2016

10 Skift Podcasts You May Have Missed in 2016

Sarah Enelow, Skift

Our podcast is a unique chance to have longer conversations with travel industry leaders, and to do a little more storytelling on the human aspect of travel.

2 years ago

5 Lessons From Iceland and the Perils of Overtourism

5 Lessons From Iceland and the Perils of Overtourism

Sarah Enelow, Skift

Tourism can be a great economic driver, but massive growth isn't always sustainable. Iceland now grapples what we call overtourism and has some serious planning to do for the future.

2 years ago

Airbnb, Police Brutality and More Ways Travel Is Different for Black Travelers

Airbnb, Police Brutality and More Ways Travel Is Different for Black Travelers

Sarah Enelow, Skift

The Black Travel Movement in the U.S. has gained serious momentum in the last couple of years, and the industry would be wise to understand the struggles and spending decisions of black travelers. Police brutality and racism on Airbnb's platform are significant parts of the equation.

3 years ago

You Can Now Listen to Audio of Skift Stories in iTunes

You Can Now Listen to Audio of Skift Stories in iTunes

Sarah Enelow, Skift

We just launched a new mini-audio series called Spoken Edition, which allows you to listen to some of Skift's original reporting via Apple's iTunes store.

3 years ago

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Skift Podcast: Why Business Owners Struggle to Take Time Off

Skift Podcast: Why Business Owners Struggle to Take Time Off

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Taking time off can be a business investment with proven results, such as increased creativity and productivity — so why do so many Americans struggle to take the vacation they’ve earned?

3 years ago