Radio Today Podcast Reviews
Radio Today Podcast Reviews has kicked off a regular feature looking at the hot radio podcasts around. If you have produced a podcast series let us know at [email protected]
Podcasting is a way to get your content heard and increase your reach and profile. It’s the era of self-distribution and Podcasts are a good way to market yourself to not only the public (and your friends) but also a good way to showcase your work to radio network Programmers.
Podcast listeners are ‘super listeners’. It’s a rapidly growing medium. Podcasts are at the forefront of on demand audio.
We’re in a golden age of podcasting. Now that audio has moved to on-demand people are really jumping in and quality is improving.
If you’re in radio you should be doing podcasts. If your station or network aren’t organising them for you and distributing them, then you should be doing it yourself. Podcasting is bigger than you think and it’s only going to get bigger.
You can check them out via iTunes,Whooshka, Omny and other podcast platforms.
1: Collective Noun Podcast – Apart from producing some killer video content, the Collective Noun Podcast also features sketches, Stories and in their words: “Miscellaneous Good Times Each week we will deliver good ol’ fashion farm fresh podcasts to your podcast feed”. Collective Noun appear on weekends on hti105 Brisbane.
2: The Kyle & Jackie O Show – The dominate FM breakfast show in Sydney doesn’t really need an introduction. All their best bits goodness on on KIIS 1065.
3: Nathan Nat and Shaun – This how Nova 937 do breakfast in the West. One of Perth longest running and most successful Breakfast teams. All their best bits, where they make the locals the stars.
4: The Edge Breakfast with Jay-Jay, Dom and Randell: From across the ditch, the podcast features all the best bits every week with exclusive stuff that only appears in their podcasts. The Edge Network is the number 1 FM music brand in NZ.
5: Roy & HG’s Mardi Gras of Medal’s – only around for the games – at their finest, the Aussie sporting legends remain the #1 podcast in the country. Six eps on tap already.