Danny Baker puts podcast on ice
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BBC London is the BBC English Region producing local radio, television, teletext and online services in London and parts of the surrounding area. 94.9 DJ Danny Baker Danny Baker (Christened Danny and born June 22, 1957, Deptford, South London) is an English comedy writer, radio presenter and occasional television presenter. Early Days as a Rock Journalist
Born in the working class district of Deptford in SE London. has come to an abrupt halt.
Baker's All Day Breakfast Show was a hit with listeners when it launched online earlier this year. It became a subscription service in October, with listeners paying £2 for a minimum of three shows a week.
However, Baker announced on Saturday the closure of the All Day Breakfast Show and the football podcasts which he also presents with his long-time broadcasting partner, Danny Kelly Danny Kelly may refer to:
Baker blamed an "irreversible and utter breakdown" between the on-air team and Wippit, the downloads site which produces and distributes the show.
Baker's agent, Alex Armitage, said he was in discussion with a number of other internet partners about hosting the show.
"There will be a hiatus until we do another deal," said Armitage, the chief executive of talent agency Noel Gay Noel Gay born Reginald Moxon Armitage (July 15, 1898 - March 4, 1954) was one of the most successful British composers of popular music of the 1930s and 1940s. .
Baker began working with Wippit in May on a series of podcast trials independent of his BBC London 94.9 show.
He told the Radio Festival in Cambridge in July that the free show had 270,000 listeners, and joked it was the "noose around the neck of radio that would pull it slowly to its death".
No figures are available for the download since it became a paid-for service.
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