Clean sweep for ARN's iHeartPodcast Network Australia
ARN’s iHeartPodcast Network is Australia’s #1 podcast network1 for the 19th consecutive ranker with an outstanding 19.9 million monthly downloads.
Today’s monthly podcast ranker results for November shows iHeartPodcast Network Australia again has the largest podcast audience in Australia with a combined total of 4.9 million listeners (iHeartMedia up 6% to 3.1 million and Audioboom up 8% to 2.2 million listeners). The network also holds four of the top 10 most listened to podcasts in the country.
Audioboom’s Casefile, which is part of the iHeartPodcast Network, has retained its crown as Australia’s #1 most listened to podcast (961,420 monthly listeners), 60,000 listeners ahead of the nearest competition, and Life Uncut with Brittany Hockley and Laura Byrne is #3 with 474,207 listeners. The Kyle & Jackie O Show is Australia’s #1 radio catch up podcast and #5 on the podcast ranker with 444,258 monthly listeners.
Stuff You Should Know is #7 (295,376 listeners) and other highlights include, Audioboom’s Morbid: A True Crime Podcast at #12 with 207,394 listeners, Audioboom’s No Such Thing As A Fish (#14) and She’s On The Money (#15). ARN’s iHeartPodcast Network represents 25 of the top 100 most popular podcasts in Australia.
ARN’s Head of Digital Audio, Corey Layton said, “It’s been an incredible year for ARN’s iHeartPodcast Network as we’ve experienced significant content and commercial growth. Achieving the position of Australia’s #1 Podcast Network for the 19th consecutive ranker is an outstanding achievement and is testament to the hard work of our amazing team and partners. Over the next year, we look forward to reaching even more Australians, whilst also delivering unique and innovative opportunities for our commercial partners across our platforms.”
Source 1: Triton Digital’s Australian Podcast Ranker (November 2021) of the participating publishers.
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