Pew Research Center: Nearly a quarter of Americans get news from podcasts. Younger adults are more likely than older adults to at least sometimes get news from podcasts. One-in-three adults ages 18 to 29 say they at least sometimes get news from podcasts, compared with 12% of adults 65 and older. 29% of adults ages 30 … Continue reading Nearly a Quarter of Americans Get News from Podcasts
“Podcasts Gain Favor Amid ‘Always On’ Work Cultures”￼￼
From SHRM: Growing Appeal of Asynchronous Communication The use of corporate podcasts grew during the pandemic as organizations sought new ways to connect with remote workers and to capitalize on the medium's ability to communicate empathy and transparency—relying on the tone and expression of the human voice rather than text on a screen—as workers struggled … Continue reading “Podcasts Gain Favor Amid ‘Always On’ Work Cultures”￼￼
Rise Of Branded Podcasts Is A ‘Mega Trend’ Says Chartable
Inside Radio reports: With interest in branded podcasts continuing to grow, the podcast advertising and analytics firm Chartable is rolling out new data metrics to help producers of branded series track the impact of their production. Dubbed Chartable for Brands, it includes an all-new Brand Impact measurement. It connects podcast downloads to down-funnel events like … Continue reading Rise Of Branded Podcasts Is A ‘Mega Trend’ Says Chartable
How Do Podcasts Connect with Work Your Brand Already Does?
How the podcast will connect with your brand -- and the work you already do? A branded podcast serves as a multi-directional channel to augment and grow your entire brand and content ecosystem: The podcast extends the your editorial mission to a new, powerful, growing channel The podcast generates new branded content – original, compelling … Continue reading How Do Podcasts Connect with Work Your Brand Already Does?
Are Podcasts the New Blogs?
“With more content to consume via blogs, editorial websites, social platforms, YouTube, etc., Internet audiences have less patience for material that is not engaging or immersive. Many consumers don’t have the time (or will or energy) to read long-form articles and essays. Instead, they’d rather see, or hear, the subject matter being presented for them. As … Continue reading Are Podcasts the New Blogs?