In this episode, we play a game of podcast trivia using data and trends we saw in content and listening behavior in 2020, and then share some predictions and what we hope will happen for podcasters and the podcasting industry in 2021.Our hosts this week are Aaron Dowd (Account Manager), Dave Zohrob (Co-founder and CEO, and Karo Chakhlasyan (Chief Operating Officer).Be sure to also check out Dave's 2020 Year in Review blog post for more insights and some sweet, sweet graphics.Links:Subscribe to Chartable RadioFollow Chartable on TwitterSign up for a free Chartable accountThanks for listening! Please subscribe and review in your podcast app of choice, and send any feedback or questions you have to email@example.com.
Chartable co-founders Dave and Harish return to discuss what they've been working on in 2020, what they have planned for Chartable in 2021, which podcasts they've been listening to lately, and more.Discussed in this episode:What's been going on at Chartable since the last episode of Chartable RadioA quick overview of Chartable's products and features (podcast analytics & attribution tools for publishers and advertisers)The rollout of Chartable 2.0 and what improvements we've madeWhy we're excited about what we have planned for 2021Growing the Chartable teamWhich podcasts we've been listening to latelyPodcast Recommendations:Floodlines: The story of an unnatural disasterLost Notes: Stevie WonderThe DailyFiascoDeep Questions with Cal NewportDitheringOther Links:Sign up for a free Chartable account todayFollow Chartable on TwitterListen to more episodes of Chartable RadioThanks for listening! Please subscribe and review in your podcast app of choice, and send any feedback or questions you have to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chartable Radio is coming back! In this episode, the Chartable team discuss what we've been listening to, what we've been working on, and what's coming up for Chartable. We're looking for guests — anyone who works in the podcast industry — for Season 2 (beginning in January 2019). More info at the end of the episode! We're especially looking to interview folks who identify with marginalized groups. Thanks for listening and we'll be back soon!
Today's guest is Jack Rhysider, host and producer of Darknet Diaries. Jack dives deep into his original research on how to build a following on Patreon. We cover: How he built the initial audience for Darknet Diaries How he went full-time on his show Things that top Patreon shows haven in common What it takes to make something that's worth supporting Whether or not to go exclusive to an app Follow Jack on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/jackrhysider Check out more of his research on his blog: https://lime.link/blog/analysis-of-top-podcast/ Listen to Darknet Diaries: https://darknetdiaries.com/ Thanks for listening!
This week's guest is Skye Pillsbury, the writer and curator of Inside Podcasting, a daily podcasting newsletter from Inside.com. We cover: How Skye got started in podcasting: Skye's background in tech PR, and the parallels between the dot-com boom in the Bay Area in the 90's/early 2000s to what's happening now What it was like to be a guest on the Gimlet podcast Heavyweight (a great story!) How putting out daily content is hard What it's like to go from pitching to receiving PR pitches What Skye is listening to right now, and hopes for the future of podcasting You can follow Skye on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/SkyePillsbury Subscribe to Inside Podcasting here: https://inside.com/ And check out Skye's episode of Heavyweight here—it's a great listen: https://gimletmedia.com/shows/heavyweight/o2hobr/17-skye
Our guest this week is Zach Kahn, the Senior Manager of Podcast Marketing at Vox Media.We cover a lot of ground in this conversation, including:How Zach got his dream job at VoxThe recently-announced Vox Media Podcast Network and its first show, Switched On PopRecent changes in the podcast industryHow to get listeners to subscribe to your podcastThe future of podcastingYou should follow Zach on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/zkahnAnd check out the Vox Media Podcast Network here: https://podcasts.voxmedia.com/Thanks for listening!
Our guest today is Dan Misener, Head of Strategy & Audience Development at Pacific Content and host & producer of Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids.We cover:What's Pacific Content?Dan's career path to podcasting, starting in public radioThe story behind GRTTWAKAdvice for building an audienceShows with a history in public radioWhat Dan's listening toAnd of course, the future of podcastngFind Dan on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/misenerListen to Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids—it's great!Pacific Content lives here: https://pacific-content.com/Thanks for listening!
Our guest today is Molly Beck, founder & CEO of Messy.fmHere's what we cover:What is Messy.fm?Why Molly started itDo you think the same thing will happen to podcasts as blogs?Whats' the future for Messy.fm?Why are educators using podcasting more?How are non-profits and businesses using podcasts?What shows are you listening to?What should a potential podcaster know before they start a podcast?Follow Molly on Twitter: https://twitter.com/msmollybeckCheck out Messy.fm: https://messy.fm
Our guest today is Amanda McLoughlin, the founder of Multitude Productions and host of Spirits and Join the Party.Amanda talks about starting Multitude, how her days as an early YouTuber helped shape her career in podcasting, and offers some super-practical advice on how to market your podcast.Find all the Multitude shows here: https://multitude.productionsFollow Amanda on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/shessomickey
Our guest this week is Justin Jackson, the cofounder of Transistor.fm, a podcast hosting platform targeted at businesses. We cover:Why Justin started TransistorCofounder relationshipsWhat it takes to grow a podcast audienceJustin's thoughts on Anchor (this was recorded pre-acquisition)Justin shares some real truths about the difficulty of making something new, different, and great in the world. Thanks for listening! - Dave, CEO, Chartable.com
Our guest today is James Cridland, Radio Futurologist and Editor of podnews.net, the on-demand audio industry's must-read daily newsletter.Topics covered include:- the early days of Podnews - how podcasting fits in with radio - a global perspective on podcasting - what, if anything is holding podcasting back - podcast stats and charts - and James' favorite podcasts of 2018If you don't already subscribe, you should! https://podnews.netInterviewed by Dave Zohrob, co-founder of Chartable.com, the best podcast analytics and intelligence in the industry.We'll be back with another interview in February!
We look at the best podcasts a few different ways: Most reviews Longest time in the US Top Ten Charting in the most countries around the world Critics' favorites You can find the full charts for this episode at https://chartable.com/blog/the-best-podcasts-of-2018. Happy new year and we'll see you in 2019!
Welcome to the first episode of Chartable Radio! We discuss: - Chart fraud, following up on our blog post - New features for Chartable's dashboard - We're hiring! We'd love to hear your feedback — email@example.com, or @Chartable.com on Twitter.