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This board has been created to provide you with an opportunity to share and discuss your favorite podcasts.

Podcasts - digital audio files that can be downloaded to your smartphone, computer or home speaker - offer a wide array of diverse entertainment options, news and long form discussions. They are generally available by subscription and new episodes that be automatically to your device. Most podcasts are available for free, although some charge a fee for access. For those new to podcasting, a few weeks ago the New York Times published an informative piece entitled A Beginner's Guide to Getting into Podcasting.

In recent years I have become an avid fan of podcasts. Some of my favorite podcasts include This American Life, the Ted Radio Hour, The Moth, Serial, and Freakonomics.

Podcasts are becoming a big business. There are currently about 630,000 podcasts available for streaming. Podcasts generated $314 million in revenue in the U.S. in 2017, mainly from ad sa1les, and are expected to generate $402 million and $515 million in 2018 and 2019, respectively. These numbers are dwarfed by the $7.3 billion (mainly from subscriptions) generated in China in 2017.

Miscellaneous Resources

NPR Podcast Directory:
npr.org

Podcast Industry Audience Ratings (Publishers and Podcasts): analytics.podtrac.com

Podcast Search Engine (PodSearch): podsearch.com

Start Your Own Podcast (Anchor): anchor.fm

Wikipedia List of Podcast Aggregators: en.wikipedia.org

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A note about politics: Feel free to share comments and the links to your favorite political podcasts, but please save your arguments about the content in those podcasts for other boards. TIA

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66Apple Plans to Bankroll Original Podcasts to Fend Off Rivals By Lucas Shaw andGlenn Petersen1last Tuesday
65The New World of Work Podcast What is the future of work? The New World of WorkGlenn Petersen-July 11
64I posted this on the Music Jukebox board last year. A long, absolutely fascinatGlenn Petersen-July 8
63I added the link to the NPR Podcast Directory to the header. One of my favoriteGlenn Petersen1July 7
62A podcast called "Revisionist History", by Malcolm Gladwell. revisioniSam2July 4
61Chernobyl I've heard good things about the HBO series so was interested in Alan Smithee-June 18
60Future Perfect podcast Future Perfect explores provocative ideas with the poteSam-June 2
59Talking Feds Talking Feds is a roundtable discussion that brings together somSam-May 25
58NPR podcast directory: npr.org I got to this directory from today's 1A whicSam1May 14
57Buried Truths What Is ‘Buried Truths’?We can’t change our history, but we can lSam-April 30
56A rough start for Luminary: The Joe Rogan Experience to withdraw from Luminary Glenn Petersen-April 24
55The New York Times has an interesting review of Michael Lewis' podcast ventuJohnM-April 24
54It is going to be hard to set up a paywall with over 600,000 available podcasts.Glenn Petersen-April 22
53The web seems to be trying to nickel and dime people to death. Personally, I canSam-April 22
52Can Luminary entice podcast listeners to pay to listen? E ric Zorn Chicago TribGlenn Petersen-April 20
51HipChat founders launch Swoot, a social podcast app Anthony Ha@anthonyha TechCrGlenn Petersen-April 20
50For hard core techies: Exponent exponent.fm Exponent is a podcast about tech aGlenn Petersen1April 15
49Yep, same I heard. But Caro has said, on some occasion, that he would like to doJohnM-April 13
48He made it sound like Smith got his real policies from Moskowitz. He just used TSam-April 13
47And Al Smith. Did not know the FDR quote, that 90% of the New Deal came from proJohnM-April 13
46Don't know if there is a link. Best way I know to access it is to subscribe JohnM-April 13
45I just finished listening the Preet's interview with Caro. It just keeps getSam-April 13
44Here is one link to the Bhara interview: npr.org There are other links to it asSam-April 13
43This is yet another interview with Bob Caro. It covers some of the same materialSam-April 13
42Link?Sun Tzu-April 13
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