Infinite Dial Australia released
May 2, 2018 · 1.2 minutes to read
Edison Research have unveiled their Infinite Dial Australia research, which is directly comparable to their recent data from the US and Canada. 13% of Australians listen to podcasts every week. (Canada: 19%; US 17%). The research also says that 14% of weekly podcasts are from Australian radio.
Gimlet and Squarespace announce a competition to look for podcasting’s next star. “The two podcast giants looked at the top 100 podcasts on Apple Podcasts and found that over 55% of the shows were made by production companies in either New York or Los Angeles, despite the fact that there are reportedly other places on the planet.” says Fast Company. The competition is available to anyone living in… the United States.
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The Podcast Brunch Club’s playlist for May is 'Common Ground’, challenging stereotypes and differences in opinion.
HotPod 161 is out. Nick looks at the BBC announcement, Google’s announcements, and lots of caveats around Apple’s 50bn download announcement.
Listicle corner: The top podcasts of 2018 so far (Esquire)
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