Tracking down podcast talk on the web

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Since we launched the Audiosear.ch podcast engine, we’ve watched conversations about the podcasting scene multiply. We know that word of mouth is one of the biggest drivers of audio discovery, but how does that podcast talk play out on the web? New podcast recommendation newsletters crop up all the time, not to mention the active podcast chatter across social media, and “best-of” lists from sources like NPR, The Atlantic, and Wired.

Our current tastemakers, composed of a selection of influential podcast listeners and outlets, generate hundreds of podcast recommendations each week. With all the new attention paid to podcasts in the last year, we want to expand the breadth of our sources even more.

So, we’re revisiting the question: where do listeners turn to discover new podcasts?  Tell us: What are your preferred people, podcasts, and media outlets for finding audio? Fill out our short survey — the results are public, so you might just discover some new sources for yourself.

Where do you find out about podcasts?

After you answer, check out what others have written in!

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